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Phys endocrine glands and locations

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Section 1

Question Answer
Human growth hormone (HGH) what is locationanterior pituitary
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) what is locationAnterior pituitary
Follicle-stimulation Hormone (FSH) what is locationAnterior pituitary
Lutinizing hormone (LH) what locationanterior pituitary
Prolactin (PRL) what locationAnterior pituitary
Adrenocorticotropic hormon (ACTH) what locationanterior pituitary
melanocte-stimulating hormone (MSH) what locationanterior pituitary
antidiueretic hormone (ADH) what locationposterior pituitary
oxytocin (OT) what loctationposterior pituitary
thyroxine (T4) what locationthyroid gland
triiodothyronine (T3) what locationthyroid gland
Calcitonin what location thyroid gland
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Section 2

Question Answer
parathyroid hormone (PTH) what locationparathyroid gland
aldosterone what locationadrenal cortex
cortisol what locationadrenal cortex
andergens what locationadrenal cortex
epinephrine what locationadrenal medulla
norepinephrine (NE) what locationadrenal medulla
insulin what locationpancreas
glucagon what locationpancreas
estrogen what locationoveries
progesterone what locationoveries
testosterone what locationtestes
melitonin what locationpineal gland
thymus what locationthymus
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Section 3

Question Answer
location of target cells of the Human growth hormone (HGH)cartilage, bone, skeletal muscle, liver, and other body tissue
location of target cells of thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)thyroid gland
location of target cells of the Follicle-stimulating hormone (TSH)testies and overies
location of target cells of lutinizing hormone (LH)testes and overies
location of target cellsprolactin (PRH) mammery gland
location of target cells of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)adrenal cortex
location of target cells of melanocyte-stimulating hormone (MSH)skin
location of target cells of antidiueretic hormone (ADH)kideneys
location of target cells of oxytocin (OT) uterus and mammary glands
location of target cells thyroxine (T4)most body parts
location of target cells triiodothyronine (T3)most body cells
location of target cells calcitonineosteoclast cells in bones
location of target cells parathyroid hormone (PTH)osteoclast cells in the body
location of target cells aldosteronekidneys
location of target cells of cortisolliver, muscle, and cells involved in body defenses
location of target cells of anderogens uterus, mammary glands, and other body cells involved in secondary sex charecteristics
location of target cells of epinephrinebody cells involved in fight or flight response
location of target cells of norepinephrine body cells involved in fight or flight response
location of target cells of insulinmost body cells
location of target cells of glucagonliver
location of target cells esterogenuterus, mammary glands, and other body cells involved female sexual characteristics
location of target cells of progesteroneuterus, mammary glands, and other body cells involved female sexual characteristics
location of target cells of testosteronetestes, muscle, and other body cells involved in male sexual charectoristics
location of target cells of melitoninbrain
location of target cells of thymosint-cells (type of white blood cells involved in immune response)
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Section 4

Question Answer
hormone function of HGH stimulates secretions of hormones that stimulate body growth and metabolism
hormone function of TSHstimulates growth of thyroid gland and secretion of its hormone
hormone function of FSHstimulates sperm production
hormone function of LHstimulates secretion of testosterone
hormone function of PRLStimulates production of secretion of milk
hormone function of ACTHstimulates secretions of hormones by adrenal cortex
hormone function of MSHdarkens skin pigmentation
hormone function of ADHdecrease water lost in urine by returning water to the blood
hormone function of OTstimulates uterine contractions and milk ejection during suckling
hormone function of T4increase metabolism basal metabolic rate (BMR)
hormone function of T3increase metabolism and basal metabolic rate (BMR)
hormone function of calcitonindecrease blood calcium levels by inhibiting osteclasts
hormone function of PTHincrease blood calcium levels by stimulating osteoclasts to break down bone matrix
hormone function of aldosteronedecrease sodium and water loss in urine by returning sodium and water to the blood
hormone function of cortisolincreases resistance to stress, increases blood glucose levels and decreases inflammation
hormone function of androgensinsignificant in males, increase sex drive in females
hormone function of epinephrinepromotes fight or flight response
hormone function of NEpromotes fight or flight response
hormone function of insulindecreases blood glucose levels by transporting glucose into body cells
hormone function of glucogonincreases blood glucose levels by stimulating liver to break down glycogen into glucose
hormone function of estrogenstimulates development of female sex characteristics, helps regulate menstrual cycle
hormone function of progesteronestimulates development of female sex characteristics, helps regulate menstrual cycle
hormone function of testosteronestimulates development of male sex characteristics, stimulates male sex drive, regulates sperm production
hormone function of melatoninhelps set biological clock
hormone function of thymosinpromotes the maturation of Tcells for immune response
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