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Filtration, Metabolism

HormoneTarget(s)ActionOriginResponds to
Epinephrine - Filtration Blood Vessels Constrict --> LOWER GFR Adrenal MEDULLA High GFR
Renin Blood Vessels Constrict --> LOWER GFR Jg Complex High GFR
ANP Renal Decrease Na+ reabsorption --> Increased Na+ Excretion Heart HIGH Na+
Aldosterone Renal Increase Na+ Reabsorpton --> Decrease Na+ Excretion & Increase K+ Secretion --> Increase K+ Excretion Adrenal CORTEX LOW Na+, HIGH K+
ADH Renal Volume & Osmolarity Mechanisms Hypothalalmus --> POST. Pituitary Plasma Volume, Extracellular Osmolarity
Insulin Adipose, Muscle, Liver 1. stimulats Glucose & AA entry into cells --> Inhibits Glycofen catabolism; 2. FA, Glycogen, & Protein Synthesis BETA cells - Pancreas Increase in Blood Glucose or AA - HYPOglycemic - Absorptve
Glucagon Liver, Fat Glycogenolysis --> Glucose, Lipolysis --> Ketones & FA ALPHA cells -Pancreas LOW Blood Glucose or HIGH AA - HYPERglycemic - POSTabsorptive
Epinephrine - metabolism Liver, Muscle, Adipose promotes Glycogenolysis & Lipolysis Adrenal MEDULLA LOW Blood Glucose --> stimulates Receptors --> RAISE Sympathetic --> Secretion - HYPERglycemic - POSTabsorptive
Created by: Kristel