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Endocrine System for Science Set7

Controls levels of simple sugars in blood Pancreas
Triggers how body responds to situations Adrenal glands
Hormones from this organ help fight disease and infection Thymus
Releases controlled amounts of energy during resperation of cells Thyroid
Releases a hormone to regulate calcium levels in blood Parathyroid
Gland that regulates body processes and helps other endocrine glands Pituitary gland
Gland that controls the Pituitary gland and links to the nervous system Hypothalamus
Release male sex hormones and produces testosterone and sperm Testes
Releases female sex hormones and triggers the development of eggs Ovaries
Produces and releases chemicals into the bloodstream Endocrine gland
The chemical product of an endocrine gland Hormone
Cells that recodnize the chemical structure of a hormone and use the hormone Target cell
When energy needed to power cells repeatedly turns on and off to keep hormones levels steady Negetive feedback
Created by: scienceset7