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This parathyroid hormone is the primary regulator of blood Ca++ levels.
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PTH (parathyroid hormone)
This adrenal cortex hormone causes K+ secretion.
This pancreatic hormone stimulates the production of glucose.
This is the primary hormone produced by the granulose cells in the ovaries.
This hormone is produced primarily by the corpus luteum of the ovaries.
This is the primary male sex hormone produced by the testes.
The most important regulator of metabolism; from the thyroid gland.
T3 and T4
This hormone released from the adrenal medulla takes place in the "fight or flight" reaction.
This is the primary stress hormone from the adrenal cortex.
This anterior pituitary hormone is essential for the stress response.
ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone)
This hormone from the adrenal medulla increases levels of glucose and other fuels.
This pancreatic hormone promotes storage of organic fuels.
From the atria of the heart, this hormone increases excretion of Na+.
ANP (atrial naturetic peptide)
From the kidney this hormone increases production of red blood cells.
Hormones that stimulate other endocrine glands
Hormones act as ___ messengers.
Hormones control body function by altering __ activity.
Hormones travel in the blood to specific ___ cells.
Hormones are produced by ___ glands.
Chemical categories of hormones.
Amino acid based, prostaglandins, Steroids
Steroid hormones activate genes which leads to synthesis of new ___.
Steroid hormones bind to a receptor protein in the ___.
Non-steroid hormones catalyze a reaction that produces a___ messenger.
Hormones are transported to target cells via the ___.
The two non-steroid types of hormones are:
Amino acid based, prostaglandins
The secretion of hormones from the anterior lobe of thePituitary gland is largely controlled by
The chief means of regulating blood levels of nearly all Hormone levels.
What is a hormone?
A chemical messenger
Non-steroid hormones have receptor proteins located In the _________________ of their target cells.
Hormone concentrations are regulated by what 4 things?
Levels of substances in the blood, Negative feedback mechanisms, Nerve control, Other hormones
What hormone causes an increase in blood plasma Ca++ Ion concentrations?
What hormone regulates Na+ and K+ ion concentration And water balance?
ADH (antidiuretic hormone)
What hormone causes a decrease in blood plasma Ca++ Ion concentrations?
What hormone lowers blood sugar (glucose)?
During childhood, this endocrine gland influences the maturation and programming of T lymphocytes.
What hormone raises the blood sugar (glucose) level?
Which endocrine gland produces iodine containing hormones That control metabolism?
Responses to danger are attributed to the sudden release Of which hormone?
Diabetes insipidus, a condition in which water is lost in Significant amounts is the result of hyposecretion of:
Which hormone directs the formation of bones and muscles in both sexes?
GH (growth hormone)
The lack of enough of which hormone causes excessive thirst,And high blood glucose levels
What hormone stimulates breakdown of bone and increase Of blood calcium?
The insufficiency of this causes abnormally small stature And normal proportions.
Thyroxine (T4) functions to ___ metabolism.
Which gland produces melatonin?
Which gland produces prolactin?
Which gland produces thymosin?
Which gland secretes norepinephrine?
Which gland secretes ADH?
Which gland secretes cortisol?
Which gland produces growth hormone?
Which gland secretes glucagon?
Which gland secretes oxytocin?
Which gland secretes calcitonin?
Which gland secretes T3 and T3?
Which gland produces insulin?
Which gland produces ACTH?
Which gland produces LH?
Which glands secrete androgens?
Adrenal cortex and testes
Which gland produces FSH?
Which glands secrete estrogen?
Adrenal cortex and ovaries
Which hormones do the ovaries secrete?
Estrogen and progesterone
Which gland secretes TSH?
Which organ secretes secretin?
Duodenum (small intestine)
Which organ secretes ANP?
Which organ secretes renin?
Which organs secretes cholecystokinin?
Which organ secretes gastrin?
Which organ secretes vitamin D?
Which structure secretes estrogen, progesterone and HgC Human gonadocotropic hormone.
Inadequate amounts of which iodine containing hormone May cause goiters?
Which hormone helps to establish the body's sleep and Wake cycles?
Which hormone causes contraction of the uterus?
What are the organs (not glands) that produce hormones?
Placenta, intestine, kidney, heart, stomach, skin
Which hormone is considered the basal metabolic hormones?
When does GH significantly stop secretions?
Which hormone is reported to improve mood?
What is the ceasing of menses in women called?
Inadequate amounts of which hormone may cause lethargy?
What hormone decreases the most during menopause?
Inadequate amounts of which hormone may cause Hypothyroidism (slow metabolism)?
What do the adrenal glands sit on top of?
Inadequate amounts of which hormone may cause pituitary Dwarfism- abnormally short stature?
What happens to glandular activity in old age?
It decreases (slows)