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Hormones IB

QuestionAnswer
Parathyroid gland Parathriod Hormone (PTH)
Pancreas Inslin Glucagon
Melatonin involved in biological rhythms; regulatedby light/dark cycles
Pineal Gland Melatonin
Thyroid Gland Triiodothyronine(t3) & Thyroxine (t4) ;calcitonin
Oxyticin Stimulates contraction of the uterus & mammary gland cells; Regulated by nrevous system
Calcitonin Lowers blood calicum level; Regulated by calcium in blood
FOllicle-Stimulating hormone (FSH) Stimulates production of ova & sperm; Regulated by hypothalamis hormones
Triiodthyronine (t3) & thyrixine (t4) stimulate 7 maintain metanolic processes; Regulated by TSH
Hypothalamus Hormones released by teh posterior pituitaryy & hormones that regulate the anterior pituitary
Estrogen Stimulate uterine lining growth. Promote development & maintance of female secondary sex characteristics; Regulated by FSH & LH
Luteinizing hormone stimulates ovaries & testes; Regulated by hypothalamic hormones
Created by: briannacooke