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The hypophysis has 2 lobes. The adenohypophsis or anterior pituitary secret GH,TSH,ACTH
Development of the thyroid gland and the adrenal cortex is dependent upon TSH, ACTH from the anterior pituitary
FSH,LH and Prolactin are secretions of adenopophsis
Which of the following is responsible for production of the ovaries and ova in the female FSH, LH
Calcitonin regulates calcium levels of the blood like PTH, but is secreted by the thyroid
Which hormone is responsible for the development of the secondary sex characteristics of the female estrogen
The glands which release their excretions through ducts or tubes exocrine
In which gland are the Islets of Langerhans located? Pancreas
Which hormone prepares the uterine lining for pregnancy? Progesterone
What part of the brain is also considered part of the endocrine system and regulates the formation of the pituitary gland hypothalamus
What gland releases both progesterone and HCG Placenta
There is/are _______ parathyroid glands and they are located on the _______ aspect of the thyroid gland 4 dorsal
What hormone causes water retention ADH
Glucagon is secreted by Islets of Langerhans
Which gland is located very near the hypothalamus of the brain Pituitary
What gland secretes the hormone that regulates cellular metabolism thyroid gland
What hormone regulates cellular metabolism t3,t4(Thyroxine)
Which hormone increases the calcium level of the blood PTH
Which hormone enables glucose to enter the cell insulin
The pineal gland secretes Thyroxine
Which hormone regulates skin pigmentation and biorhythms Melatonin
The ovaries secretes Estrogen
Glucagon is important because of its performance of glycogenolysis
The mineralocorticoids are secreted from the adrenal cortex: The primary one which causes sodium retention is called aldosterone
The adreanal medulla secretes a different hormone. The primary one which causes an increase in vital signs is termed adrenaline
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