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Chp 10 BSF Chart

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wocohile's version from 2018-03-27 19:21

Section 1

Question Answer
Pituitary (Posterior Lobe)Diencephalon of Brain
OvariesPeritoneal cavity (lower part of abdominal cavity)
TestesSuspended within the scrotum on either side of the penis
ThymusThoracic Cavity behind the sternum
Pineal Brain
HypothalamusDiencephalon of Brain
Thyroid Neck
ParathyroidNeck- embedded in thyroid gland
Adrenal CortexSit on top of kidneys
Adrenal medulla sit on top of kidneys
Pancreas (Islet Cells)upper abdomen, behind stomach
Pituitary (anterior lobe)Diencephalon of brain
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Section 2

Question Answer
Pituitary (Posterior Lobe) produces what hormoneADH (antidiuretic hormone) and Oxyotcin
Ovaries produces what hormoneEstrogen and Progesterone
Testes produces what hormoneTestosterone
Thymus produces what hormoneThymosin
Pineal produces what hormoneMelatonin
Hypothalamus produces what hormoneProduces a varity of hormones
Thyroid produces what hormoneT4, T3 and Calcitonin
Parathyroid produces what hormonePTH (Parathyroid Hormone)
Adrenal Cortex produces what hormoneCortisol, Aldosterone, Androgens, estrogens
Adrenal medulla produces what hormoneEpinephrine/adrenaline, and norepinephrine
Pancreas (Islet Cells) produces what hormoneInsulin, and Glucagon
Pituitary (anterior lobe) produces what hormoneGH, TSH, ACTH, PRL, LH, FSH
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Section 3

Question Answer
Whats the action of ADH Causes reabsorption of NA* in kidney tubules (especially in loop of henle), water follows thus decreasing urination
Whats the action of Oxytocinincreases uterine contractions during labor and childbirth
Whats the action of estrogenpromotes development of ova and female secondary sex characteristics
Whats the action of progesteronehelps regulate menstrual cycle in females/prepares & maintains uterus in pregnancy
Whats the action of Testosteronepromotes development of sperm and male secondary sex characteristics
Whats the action of ThymosinHelps WBC's mature during childhood
Whats the action of Melatoninmaintains 24-hour wake/sleep cycle known as circadian rythm
Whats the action of HypothalamusControls pituitary hormone levels- controls hunger, thirst, fluid balance and body temp through releasing and inhibiting hormones
Whats the action of T4Increases metabolism in body cells
Whats the action of T3Increases metabolism in body cells
Whats the action of CalcitoninLowers blood calcium
Whats the action of PTH Increases blood calcium
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Section 4

Question Answer
Whats the action of CortisolIncreases blood sugar
Whats the action of AldosteroneIncreases reabsorption of sodium
Whats the action of Androgens, estrogensincreases reabsorption of sodium
Whats the action of epinephrine/ adrenalineinvolved in the fight or flight response
Whats the action of norephinephrineinvolved in the flight or fligh response
Whats the action of insulindecreases blood sugar (glucose to glycogen)
Whats the action of Glucagonincreases blood sugar (glycogen to glucose)
Whats the action of GH Increases bone and tissue growth
Whats the action of TSH Increases secretion of thyroid hormones
Whats the action of ACTH increases teroid secretion from adrenal gland
Whats the action of PRL Increases mild production
Whats the action of LH Stimulates ovaries and testes for ovulation and sperm production
Whats the action of FSH stimulates estrogen secretion and sperm production
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Section 5

Question Answer
what is the target organ for ADH Kidneys
what is the target organ for Oxytocinuterine smooth muscle
what is the target organ for estrogenovaries, breast
what is the target organ for progesteroneuterus
what is the target organ for testosteronetestes
what is the target organ for thymosinbone marrow
what is the target organ for melatoninbrain
what is the target organ for hypothalamus hormonesanterior pituitary
what is the target organ for T4Every Cell
what is the target organ for T3Every Cell
what is the target organ for Calcitoninbone-ostebolasts
what is the target organ for PHTbone-ostebolasts
what is the target organ for cortisolLiver
what is the target organ for AldosteroneKidneys
what is the target organ for Adrogens, estrogensbreast, beard, ovary, testes
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Section 6

Question Answer
what is the target organ for Epinephrine/ adrenalineblood vessels, lungs, liver
what is the target organ for norepinephrineblood vessels
what is the target organ for insulin and glucagonliver
what is the target organ for GHPeripheral tissues/ muscles
what is the target organ for TSHThyroid
what is the target organ for ACTHAdrenal Gland
what is the target organ for PRLBreast
LH and FSHOvaries/testes
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Section 7

Question Answer
PTHParathyroid Hormone
GHGrowth Hormone
TSHThyroid- Stimulating hormone
ACTHAdrenocorticotropic Hormone
PRLProlactin
LHLuteinizing hormone
FSHFollicle- stimulating hormone
ADHantidiuretic hormone
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