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Endocrine system

Quiz B

TermDefinition
Aldostone a mineralocorticoid, regulates Na+& K+, reabsorption by the kidney
Thymus Gland upper thorax, functions in youth, atrophies in old age
Cortex part of the adrenal gland that produces glucocoticords
Glucagon released when glucose is low in blood stimulates liver to release gloves to blood
Insulin released when glucose is high in blood. It increase cells to update & metabolize glucose in cells
Medulla Part of the adrenal glands that produce catecholianmes in response to sympathize menous system stimulation
Menopause decrease function of ovaries
Placenta temporary organ formed in the uterus of pregnant women
Testosterone promotes maturation of male testes to produce sperm & secondary sex characteristics
Progesterone One of two hormones release by ovaries(estrogen)
Created by: abby_bertram