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Hormones Anterior or PosteriorAnswer
Growth Hormone Anterior
Antidiuretic Hormone Posterior
Adrenocorticotropic Hormone Anterior
Thyroid-stimulating Hormone Anterior
Gonadotropic Hormone Anterior
Prolactin Anterior
Oxytocin Posterior
GH Growth Hormone
ACTH Adrenocorticotropic Hormone
TSH Thyroid-stimulating Hormone
FSH and LH Gonadotropic Hormone
PRL Prolactin
OT Oxytocin
ADH Antidiuretic
GH Bone
ACTH Adrenal cortex
TSH Thyroid gland
FSH and LH Testis and Ovary
PRL Mammary Glands
OT Uterus Smooth Muscle and Mammary Glands
ADH Kidney Tubules
Thyroid-stimulating Hormone Stimulates secretion of thyroid hormones
Adrenocorticotropic Hormone Stimulates secretion of adrenal cortex hormones
Follicle-stimulating Hormone Females:stimulates development of ovarian follicles and secretion of estrogens, Males: stimulates seminiferous tubules of testes to grow and produce sperm
Luteinizing Hormone Female: Stimulates secretion of estrogen, Male: stimulates secretion of testosterone
Growth Hormone Stimulates growth in all organs, increases blood glucose concentration
Polactin Stimulates breast development durning pregnancy and mild secretion after pregnancy
Antidiuretic Hormone Stimulates retention of water by the kidney's
Oxytocin Stimulates uterine contractions at the end of pregnancy; stimulates the release of milk into the breast ducts
Throxine and Triiodothyronine Stimulate energy metabolism of all cells
Calcitonin Inhibits the breakdown of bone; causes decrease in blood calcium concentration
Parathyroid Hormone Stimulates the breakdown of bone; causes an increase in blood calcium concentration
T 3 Triiodothyronine
T 4 Thyroxine
Hypercalcemia Too much calcium in the blood
Hyperthyroidism Oversecretion of thyroid hormones dramatically increasing metabolic rate
Hypothyroidsim Undersecretion of thyroid hormones
Glueconeogenesis A process that converts amino acids or fatty acids to glucose and performed mainly by the liver cells
Normal Blood Glucose 70 to 100 mg per every 100 mL of blood
Pineal Gland produces melatonin
Created by: jessicalynn22