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Endocrine Lab

Physiology (Group III)

QuestionAnswer
promotes breast enlargement estrogens, progesterone
promotes rapid bone growth estrogens, somatotropin, testosterone
stimulates testicular descent testosterone
causes milk ejection from breasts oxytocin
promotes maturation of spermatozoa FSH
causes constriction of arterioles ADH
stimulates production of thyroxine thyrotropin
stimulates glucocorticoid production ACTH
inhibits prolactin production PIF
causes thickening and vascularization of endometrium progesterone
causes interstitial cells to produce testosterone LH
causes myometrium contraction during childbirth oxytocin
promotes milk production after childbirth none
promotes stratification of vaginal epithelium estrogens
suppresses development of female genitalia in male testosterone
prepares the endometrium for egg cell implantation estrogens, progesterone
promotes growth of all cells in the body somatotropin, thyrotropin
Created by: abbiemech