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where is the thyroid gland located front of neck around larynx and trachea
what does the parathryroid regulate Ca levels
Alpha cells of the pancreas secrete _. what affect does this sercretion have on bl levels of the substance glucagon; raises bl levels
what are the major endorine glands hypothalamus; pituitary gland; thyroid; parathyroid; adrenal; pancreas and gonads
the pituitary gland is controlled by the hypothalamus
aldosterone is secreted by _ and regulates _. the adrenal cortex and Na+ levels in the blood
female gonads produce estrogen and progesterone
the ant lobe of the pituitar gland secretes how man hormones (name them) 6; TSH, ACTH, PRL, LH, FSH, GH
TSH is thyroid-stimulation hormone
ACTH adrenocorticotrophic
PRL prolactin
LH luteinizing hormone
FSH follicel stimulation hormone
GH growth hormone
the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland secretes how many hormones (name) 2; OT; ADH
OT oxytocin
ADH antidiuretic hormone
virilism the masculinizationof a female
myexdema condtion caused by a deficiency of thyroid hormone in adults
work accoring to the second messenger mechanism nonsteroid hormones
the common second messenger is cyclic AMP
lipid-soluble, enters cells and goes directly to nucleus steroid hormones
prostagladins affect these bodily functions resp, bp, gi secretions, inflammation, and the reproductive sys
another name of the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland is adenohypophysis
another name of the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland is neurophyophysis
the sella turcia houses the pituitary gland
stimulates another endocrine gland to grow and secrete its hormome is known as a trophic hormone
what glands are controlled by the pituitary gland thyroid, adrenal cortex, ovarian follicles, and the corpus luteum
stimulates the adrenal cortex to increase in size and secret more hormone, esp cortisol (hydrocortisone) adrenocorticotropic
stimulates menstartion and the secretion of estrogen and in males sperm formation follicle-stimulating hormone
stimulates ovulation and testosteron production luteinizing hormonne
speeds up the movemone of digested proteins and anabolism growth hormone
which hormone from the hyptothalamus regulates the release of TSH thyrotrohin-releasing hormone (TRS)
which hormone is regulated by the corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) from the hypothalamus ACTH
produces substances called releasing and inhibiting hormones hypothalamus
thyroxine and triiodothyroine act together to regulate _ metabolism
increase the rate at which cells release E from CHO; enhance proteinsythesis; stimulate catabolism and mobilizationof lipids T3 and T4
in the absence of iodine this hormone is not sufficiently produced T4
which part of the adrenal gland is comprised of neurons adrenal medulla
which NS is the medual cortex assoicated with sympathic NS
which hormone influences metabolism of glucose,protein, and fat cortisol
what is another name for cortisol glucocorticoid
mineralcorticoids chief hormone is aldosterone
produces estrogen andprogesterone ovaries
produce estrogen, progesterone and gonadotropin placenta
melatonion makes one _ and is located in what gland. sleepy, pineal
hypersecretion of adrenal corticoids is cushing syndrome
hyposecrection of adrean corticoids is addison's disease
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