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Ch 17 Endo. System

Endocrine System

aden(o) gland
adren(o), adrenal(o) adrenal gland
cortic(o) cortex
gonad(o) gonad
mamm(o), mast(o) breast
pancreat(o) pancreas
parathyroid(o) parathyroid
pituitar(o), hypophys(o) pituitary gland
thyr(o), thyroid(o) thyroid gland
andr(o) male or masculine
calc(i) calcium
gigant(o) large
gluc(o) glucose
glyc(o), glycos(o) sugar
insulin(o) insulin
iod(o) iodine
ket(o) ketone
lact(o) milk
trop(o) to stimulate
-crine secrete
-dipsia thirst
-physis growth
-tropic stimulating
-tropin that which stimulates
pituitary gland, anterior lobe adrenocorticotropic hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, growth hormone, interstitial cell stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, luteotrophic hormone, melanocyte-stimulating hormone, and thyroid stimulating hormone
pituitary gland, posterior lobe anti-diuretic hormone and oxytocin
adrenal glands, cortex aldosterone, cortisol, and androgens
adrenal glands, medulla epinephrine and norepinephrine
gonads, ovaries estrogen, progesterone, and human chorionic gonadotropin
gonads, testes testosterone
pancreas (islet of Langerhans) insulin and glucagon
parathyroid glands parathyroid hormone
thyroid gland thyroxine, triiodothyronine, and calcitonin
pineal gland melatonin and serotonin
thymus thymosin
Created by: hulsea