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AP2 Endocrine System
Nervous System
Endocrine System
Pituitary Gland
Pineal Gland
Control system of the body, faster responses, transmits infor…
Control system of the body, slower responses, produce and sen…
A pea-sized structure located at the base of the brain, just…
A small, cone-shaped structure forming the posterior region o…
Nervous System
Control system of the body, faster responses, transmits infor…
Endocrine System
Control system of the body, slower responses, produce and sen…
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AP2 Endocrine System
Hypophysis (Pituitary)
posterior pituitary
anterior pituitary
thyroid gland
Hypophysis (Pituitary)
posterior pituitary
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AP 2 - endocrine system
Endocrine System
Endocrine Glands (5 total)
Thyroid Gland
Parathyroid Gland
The body's "slow" chemical communication system; a set of gla…
Pituitary, thyroid, Parathyroid, adrenal, Pineal.
Effects metabolism
Regulates calcium
Endocrine System
The body's "slow" chemical communication system; a set of gla…
Endocrine Glands (5 total)
Pituitary, thyroid, Parathyroid, adrenal, Pineal.
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AP2 Endocrine system
hormone
exocrine glands
endocrine glands
The endocrine glands include
a mediator molecule that is released in one part of the body…
secrete their products into ducts that carry the secretions i…
secrete their products (hormones) into the interstitial fluid…
pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal and pineal glands.
hormone
a mediator molecule that is released in one part of the body…
exocrine glands
secrete their products into ducts that carry the secretions i…
AP2: Endocrine System
Endocrine System: Body's Major Control…
hormones
hormones control and integrate:
hormones only influence tissue cells t…
slow response, uses hormones (chemical messengers in blood),…
secreted by endocrine cells into the extracelluar fluid, trav…
reproduction; growth/development; maintenance of electrolytes…
aka the target cells
Endocrine System: Body's Major Control…
slow response, uses hormones (chemical messengers in blood),…
hormones
secreted by endocrine cells into the extracelluar fluid, trav…
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AP2: Endocrine System
Homeostasis
Receptor
Afferent Pathway
Control Center
Stabe internal conditions despite a changing outside world; d…
Sensor that monitors the environment and responds to changes…
From receptor to Control Center
Determines the set point (range at which variable is maintain…
Homeostasis
Stabe internal conditions despite a changing outside world; d…
Receptor
Sensor that monitors the environment and responds to changes…
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AP2 Endocrine System
homeostasis
autoregulation (intrinsic)
extrinsic regulation
receptor
all body systems working together to maintain a stable intern…
automatic response in a cell, tissue, or organ to some enviro…
responses controlled by nervous and endocrine systems
receives the stimulus
homeostasis
all body systems working together to maintain a stable intern…
autoregulation (intrinsic)
automatic response in a cell, tissue, or organ to some enviro…
153 terms
AP2: Endocrine System
Gap junctions... neurotransmitters... paracr…
Gap Juncitons
Neurotransmitters
Paracrines
4 main mechanisms of communication between cells
allows molecules, nutrients, and electrolytes to move from ce…
Released from presynaptic neurons to postsynaptic neuron
Secreted into tissue fluids to affect nearby cells
Gap junctions... neurotransmitters... paracr…
4 main mechanisms of communication between cells
Gap Juncitons
allows molecules, nutrients, and electrolytes to move from ce…
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AP2: Endocrine System
Endocrine glands
Exocrine Glands
Functions of the endocrine system
What are the hormone mechanism of acti…
no ducts, release hormones into tissue fluids (like blood).
Ducts carry non-hormonal substances (like sweat and salvia) a…
secrete hormones/chemical messengers, controls cellular respi…
Alter plasma membrane permeability of membrane potential by o…
Endocrine glands
no ducts, release hormones into tissue fluids (like blood).
Exocrine Glands
Ducts carry non-hormonal substances (like sweat and salvia) a…
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AP2 the Endocrine System
What is the one main difference betwee…
Primary Functions of the Endocrine Sys…
How does the Nervous System work diffe…
How does the Endocrine system work Dif…
Nervous System communication = Electrical impulses through Ne…
Maintain homeostasis, its effects on growth and development /…
NS= fast transmission of information, transmits over neurons,…
ES= Slow transmission of information, transmits chemicals to…
What is the one main difference betwee…
Nervous System communication = Electrical impulses through Ne…
Primary Functions of the Endocrine Sys…
Maintain homeostasis, its effects on growth and development /…
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AP2 - Endocrine System
Which is faster-acting, but slower? Th…
What are hormones?
Name 5 things the endocrine system con…
Which part of the nervous system does…
Nervous system.
Chemical messengers secreted into the extracellular fluid and…
1) reproduction.... 2) growth & development.... 3) maintenance of e…
Autonomic nervous system.
Which is faster-acting, but slower? Th…
Nervous system.
What are hormones?
Chemical messengers secreted into the extracellular fluid and…
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AP 2 Endocrine system
Anterior Pituitary
Posterior Pituitary
Pineal
Thyroid
HGH/GH-Human Growth Hormone/somatotropin ... TSH-Thyroid stimula…
OT/OXT-Oxytocin... ADH-Antidiuretic hormone/vasopressin
Melatonin
T3-Thyroxine... T4-Triiodothronine... CT-Calcitonin
Anterior Pituitary
HGH/GH-Human Growth Hormone/somatotropin ... TSH-Thyroid stimula…
Posterior Pituitary
OT/OXT-Oxytocin... ADH-Antidiuretic hormone/vasopressin
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Endocrine System AP2
Diseases Associated with Endocrine Sys…
Endocrine system controls and integrat…
Endocrine system
Hormones
Acromegaly... Addison's Disease... Cushing's Syndrome... De Quervain's…
Reproduction... Growth and development... Maintenance of electrolyt…
acts with nervous system to coordinate and integrate activity…
chemical messengers transported in blood ... Responses slower bu…
Diseases Associated with Endocrine Sys…
Acromegaly... Addison's Disease... Cushing's Syndrome... De Quervain's…
Endocrine system controls and integrat…
Reproduction... Growth and development... Maintenance of electrolyt…
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AP 2 Endocrine System
Pineal Gland
Posterior Pituitary
Anterior Pituitary
Thyroid Gland
H: Melatonin ... T:... E: regulates sleep cycle... D: None
H: Oxytocin... T: Uterus, Mammary Gland ... E: Contracts uterus dur…
H: Growth Hormone... T: Bones, muscle, cartilage... E: grows target…
H: Thyroxin (T4), Triiodothyronine (T3)... T: Multiple cells... E:…
Pineal Gland
H: Melatonin ... T:... E: regulates sleep cycle... D: None
Posterior Pituitary
H: Oxytocin... T: Uterus, Mammary Gland ... E: Contracts uterus dur…
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Endocrine system AP 2
Growth
Mammary glands
Thyroid
Stress/decrease of cortisol
Which hormone is regulated by the hypothalamus, and targets m…
Prolactin hormone stimulates milk production in the _____ ___…
Which gland is the target tissue of TSH? It stimulates the se…
Adrenocorticotropic hormone targets the adrenal cortex to sti…
Growth
Which hormone is regulated by the hypothalamus, and targets m…
Mammary glands
Prolactin hormone stimulates milk production in the _____ ___…
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Endocrine system ap2
Growth ... Development ... Reproduction
Chemical messengers
Direct... Paracrine... Endocrine... Synaptic
Direct communication
The Endocrine System is responsible for regulating long-term…
The organs of the endocrine system are capable of carrying ou…
mechanisms of intercellular communication:
Exchange of ions and molecules between adjacent cells across…
Growth ... Development ... Reproduction
The Endocrine System is responsible for regulating long-term…
Chemical messengers
The organs of the endocrine system are capable of carrying ou…
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The endocrine system AP2
what are the 4 different mechanisms of…
Direct communication mechanism
Paracrine communication mechanism
endocrine communication mechanism
Direct, paracrine, Endocrine, synaptic
by ions via gap junctions
by paracrine fact
by hormones via the blood circulatory system
what are the 4 different mechanisms of…
Direct, paracrine, Endocrine, synaptic
Direct communication mechanism
by ions via gap junctions
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AP2 Ch.16 Endocrine System
Label endocrine glands: Hypothalamus... P…
The stimuli causing endocrine glands t…
Which of the following hormones helps…
Which hormone is the body's major meta…
humoral stimuli
antidiuretic hormone
Thyroid hormone
Label endocrine glands: Hypothalamus... P…
The stimuli causing endocrine glands t…
humoral stimuli
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AP2 - Baki - Endocrine System - Chapter 13
The endocrine system consists of gland…
Most chemicals that end with "ASE" are
Endocrine glands do not have
Hormones are very _________ ; therefor…
Hormones
Enzymes
Ducts
Potent
The endocrine system consists of gland…
Hormones
Most chemicals that end with "ASE" are
Enzymes
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AP 2 Endocrine System Quiz
The hypothalamus... a. rests in the sella…
The two functional portions of the pit…
The posterior pituitary... Select one:... a.…
A function of the hypothalamohypophysi…
d. regulates the secretory activity of the pituitary gland.
c. neurohypophysis and adenohypophysis
a. has a direct connection with neurons of the hypothalamus.
c. cary action potentials to the posterior pituitary causing…
The hypothalamus... a. rests in the sella…
d. regulates the secretory activity of the pituitary gland.
The two functional portions of the pit…
c. neurohypophysis and adenohypophysis
AP 2 (Peripheral Endocrine System)
Thyroid consists of what
Follicular cells make what 2 hormones…
Follicular cells also make what
Parathyroid hormone if made of what ce…
Thyroid follicles made of follicular cells
Thyroxine T4 90%... triiodothyronine T3 10%
Para follicular cells or C-cells that secrete calcitonin
Chief or principal
Thyroid consists of what
Thyroid follicles made of follicular cells
Follicular cells make what 2 hormones…
Thyroxine T4 90%... triiodothyronine T3 10%
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AP2 Final - Chapter 16: Endocrine System
What are endocrine glands?
What are exocrine glands?
What is the endocrine system?
What are hormones?
Lack ducts and produce hormones
Have ducts and produce non-hormone substances like sweat and…
The body's second great controlling system (nervous is first)…
Chemical messengers released by cells into the blood that are…
What are endocrine glands?
Lack ducts and produce hormones
What are exocrine glands?
Have ducts and produce non-hormone substances like sweat and…
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Endocrine System - AP2 Final Exam
Overview
Target cells
Hormones
Synthesis and release of hormones
Second control system of the body via hormones... Interaction wi…
Have protein receptors on the plasma membrane to which hormon…
Alter membrane permeability by opening/closing ion channels…
regulated by negative feedback mechanisms
Overview
Second control system of the body via hormones... Interaction wi…
Target cells
Have protein receptors on the plasma membrane to which hormon…
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Endocrine system ap2 swtcc
Normal metabolism
Radiation... Evaporation
Radiation
Evaporation
Body heat. Heat gain is controlled by:
2 things that cause heat loss?
Most heat is lost by...?
Heat lost by sweating controlled by ANS?
Normal metabolism
Body heat. Heat gain is controlled by:
Radiation... Evaporation
2 things that cause heat loss?
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Pre AP 2.4: nervous and endocrine systems
nervous system
neuron
axon
dendrite
organ system that consists of neurons, the spinal cord, and t…
a single cell in the nervous system. Receive signals from the…
long narrow middle part of neuron where signal is sent from o…
the front end of a neuron that receives a signal from the env…
nervous system
organ system that consists of neurons, the spinal cord, and t…
neuron
a single cell in the nervous system. Receive signals from the…
23 terms
AP2 endocrine system 18
hyposecretion
hypersecretion
Hyposecretion of hGH results in
hypersecretion of hGH during childhood…
abnormally decreased secretion
Abnormally increased secretion
pituitary dwarfism
gigantism
hyposecretion
abnormally decreased secretion
hypersecretion
Abnormally increased secretion
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Endocrine system AP2 swtcc
Parathormone ... Calcitriol... Calcitonin
Parathyroid gland
Kidney
Thyroid
What 3 hormones raise or decrease calcium in blood?
Where is parathormone made?
Where is calcitriol made?
Where is calcitonin made?
Parathormone ... Calcitriol... Calcitonin
What 3 hormones raise or decrease calcium in blood?
Parathyroid gland
Where is parathormone made?
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AP Bio #2: Endocrine System
Pineal Gland
Anterior Pituitary
Posterior Pituitary
Thyroid (1)
Brain... { Melatonin... Sleep, circadian regulation
Brain... { Growth Hormone (GH)... Cell growth
Brain... { Anti-diuretic Hormone (ADH)... Water balance; hold in f…
Throat... { T3/T4... Regulates metabolism
Pineal Gland
Brain... { Melatonin... Sleep, circadian regulation
Anterior Pituitary
Brain... { Growth Hormone (GH)... Cell growth
20 terms
AP Biology- Endocrine System
Endocrine System
Tropic hormones
Pheromones
Nitric Oxide
Releases hormones, chemicals released by ductless glands in…
Hormones that stimulate other endocrine glands to release the…
Hormones released by one animal that affect other animals
Hormone found in vertebrates ... Gas released by one cell and re…
Endocrine System
Releases hormones, chemicals released by ductless glands in…
Tropic hormones
Hormones that stimulate other endocrine glands to release the…
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AP2- Endocrine System (18).
What two systems regulate homeostasis?
What does the nervous system do?
How do neurons in the nervous system c…
What does the endocrine system do?
The endocrine system and the nervous system.
Sends messages via rapid repsonses, long duration, mediated b…
Through cellular communication.
It sends messages via slow responses, long duration, and mess…
What two systems regulate homeostasis?
The endocrine system and the nervous system.
What does the nervous system do?
Sends messages via rapid repsonses, long duration, mediated b…
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AP2 Endocrine & Reproductive systems
The relationship between the hormones…
Which of the following is TRUE concern…
Iodine is necessary for the production…
The adenohypophysis is DIRECTLY affect…
Integrative
Target cell has receptor
T3
Hypothalamus
The relationship between the hormones…
Integrative
Which of the following is TRUE concern…
Target cell has receptor
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AP Biology Unit 2.03: The Endocrine System
negative feedback loop
positive feedback loop
ethylene
beta cells
brings you closer to target set point; ex. Thermoregulation;…
amplifying and moving away form set target point; ex ripening…
The only gaseous plant hormone. Among its many effects are re…
cells in pancreas that release insulin if blood glucose is to…
negative feedback loop
brings you closer to target set point; ex. Thermoregulation;…
positive feedback loop
amplifying and moving away form set target point; ex ripening…
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AP2 Lab 1: Endocrine System
endocrine system
target cell
tropic hormones
blood
coordinates and integrates the function of all the different…
hormones exert effects only on these cells which possess rece…
stimulate the secretion of other hormones
what carries the hormone to a target cell?
endocrine system
coordinates and integrates the function of all the different…
target cell
hormones exert effects only on these cells which possess rece…
10 terms
AP Psychology 2.6 The Endocrine System
Endocrine System
Pancreas
Diabetes
Homeostasis
The body's system of glands that release their secretions, ca…
An endocrine gland located near the stomach -produces insulin
A metabolic disease involving the insufficient production of…
The tendency of systems to maintain a steady, internally bala…
Endocrine System
The body's system of glands that release their secretions, ca…
Pancreas
An endocrine gland located near the stomach -produces insulin
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Exam 1: Endocrine System (AP 2 Lecture)
Exocrine Glands
Endocrine Glands
Fenestrated Capillaries (Endocrine Gla…
Liver Cells
1) Secrete their products by the way of duct onto an epitheli…
1) Ductless and release their secretions into the bloodstream…
1) High density of blood capillaries, which serve to pick up…
Act as both exocrine cells (secreting bile into ducts that le…
Exocrine Glands
1) Secrete their products by the way of duct onto an epitheli…
Endocrine Glands
1) Ductless and release their secretions into the bloodstream…
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Endocrine System - AP401B
Endocrine System Function?
Endocrine glands secrete hormones into…
What is a hormone?
Structures of the Endocrine system are?
Sends hormones through circulatory system. Slower response, l…
Bloodstream
Chemical substance secreted into body fluids, transported to…
Pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, thymus, pancreas, adrenal, t…
Endocrine System Function?
Sends hormones through circulatory system. Slower response, l…
Endocrine glands secrete hormones into…
Bloodstream
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AP2 Final - Chapter 16: Endocrine System
What are endocrine glands?
What are exocrine glands?
What is the endocrine system?
What are hormones?
Lack ducts and produce hormones
Have ducts and produce non-hormone substances like sweat and…
The body's second great controlling system (nervous is first)…
Chemical messengers released by cells into the blood that are…
What are endocrine glands?
Lack ducts and produce hormones
What are exocrine glands?
Have ducts and produce non-hormone substances like sweat and…
85 terms
AP 2 Special Senses and Endocrine System
20/15 Vision
A sty
All target cells
Ampulla
You can see objects at 20 feet that individuals with normal e…
May involve: a sebaceous glad or tarsal gland... Is often caused…
Have hormone receptors... Respond to chemical signals
Conveys information about head position with respect to gravi…
20/15 Vision
You can see objects at 20 feet that individuals with normal e…
A sty
May involve: a sebaceous glad or tarsal gland... Is often caused…
38 terms
AP2 Dream Team Review: Endocrine System
adrenocorticotropic (ACTH) hormone
aldosterone hormone
antidiuretic hormone
calcitonin
secreted by anterior lobe of pituitary gland; targets adrenal…
released by the adrenal cortex; targets kidneys, promoting th…
secreted by posterior pituitary gland; targets kidneys causin…
released by thyroid; stimulates calcium deposition in bones
adrenocorticotropic (ACTH) hormone
secreted by anterior lobe of pituitary gland; targets adrenal…
aldosterone hormone
released by the adrenal cortex; targets kidneys, promoting th…
19 terms
AP2 Chapter 16 Endocrine System
Endocrinology involves the study of th…
Which of the following is NOT a major…
Autocrines are long-distance chemical…
Steroids are synthesized from ________…
hormones
kidney
False
cholesterol
Endocrinology involves the study of th…
hormones
Which of the following is NOT a major…
kidney
11 terms
AP Bio <Endocrine System>
signal transduction pathway
ligand
receptor protein
G protein
A series of steps linking a signal from a ligand to a specifi…
A chemical signaling molecule, such as epinephrine, that bind…
A transmembrane protein that docks a ligand, then changes sha…
When the receptor protein docks a ligand, it causes the alpha…
signal transduction pathway
A series of steps linking a signal from a ligand to a specifi…
ligand
A chemical signaling molecule, such as epinephrine, that bind…
20 terms
Endocrine System AP
Diabetic ketoacidosis
Endo
Hyper
Oxy
DKA
within
above
quick
Diabetic ketoacidosis
DKA
Endo
within
73 terms
The Endocrine System - AP Biology
Endocrine System Diagram
Endocrine VS Nervous - Impulses
Endocrine VS Nervous - Travel
Endocrine VS Nervous - Organs
Image:
Endocrine: Uses chemical impulses (Hormones)... Nervous: Uses el…
Endocrine: Hormones travel through the blood; therefor the pr…
Endocrine: Generally smaller organs... Nervous: Generally larger…
Endocrine System Diagram
Image:
Endocrine VS Nervous - Impulses
Endocrine: Uses chemical impulses (Hormones)... Nervous: Uses el…
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Endocrine system section 16 part 2 AP2
hypophyseal portal system... -hypothalamu…
hypothalmic hypophyseal tract... -hypotha…
Anterior:(adenohypophysis) ... -pituitary…
Posterior (neurohypophysis) RELEASE ON…
left ball
right ball
hypophyseal portal system... -hypothalamu…
hypothalmic hypophyseal tract... -hypotha…
17 terms
AP2 FINAL- Endocrine System Hormones (for matching)
ADH (antidiuretic hormone)
ACTH (adrenocorticotropin)
(GH) (or growth hormone)
Glucocorticoids (GC)
Produced by Posterior lobe of Pituitary Gland. Targets kidney…
Produced by Anterior lobe of Pituitary Gland. Targets the adr…
Produced by Anterior lobe of Pituitary Gland. Targets most ce…
Produced by adrenal cortex. Target most cells to promote brea…
ADH (antidiuretic hormone)
Produced by Posterior lobe of Pituitary Gland. Targets kidney…
ACTH (adrenocorticotropin)
Produced by Anterior lobe of Pituitary Gland. Targets the adr…
38 terms
AP II Lab: Endocrine System
Thyroid Gland
Parathyroid Glands
Thymus Gland
Adrenal Gland
What gland is this?
What glands are these?
What gland is this?
What glands are these attached to the kidney?
Thyroid Gland
What gland is this?
Parathyroid Glands
What glands are these?
107 terms
AP2 Chapter 17 Endocrine System
Describe similarities and differences…
Endocrine system
Nervous system
Nervous system Endocrine system compare
*nervous system targets specific neurons, muscles, or glands…
Long response
Quick response
In response to stimuli both systems release chemical substanc…
Describe similarities and differences…
*nervous system targets specific neurons, muscles, or glands…
Endocrine system
Long response
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Unit 1 AP2 endocrine system
Hormone
Lipid soluble
Water soluble
Another term for the anterior lobe of…
Molecules that have effects on specific target cells
Hormone bind to receptors in cytoplasm or nucleus of cell. T3…
Bond to receptors on surface of cell. More slow. REQUIRES 2nd…
Adenohypophesis
Hormone
Molecules that have effects on specific target cells
Lipid soluble
Hormone bind to receptors in cytoplasm or nucleus of cell. T3…
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AP Biology: Endocrine System Vocab 2
Eunuchoidism
Pancreas
Dwarfism
Duodenum
Abnormal condition in male due to deficiency of the male sex…
Large organ located in the abdomen below the stomach; hormone…
Condition of short stature due to a genetic or medical condit…
The first part of the small intestine; hormones secreted: sec…
Eunuchoidism
Abnormal condition in male due to deficiency of the male sex…
Pancreas
Large organ located in the abdomen below the stomach; hormone…
15 terms
AP 4-5: Endocrine system
regulates body functions
an organ that produces and releases su…
regulate
gland that releases/secretes hormones
What is the function of the endocrine system?
What is a gland?
The role of all hormones is to _____body functions.
What is an endocrine gland?
regulates body functions
What is the function of the endocrine system?
an organ that produces and releases su…
What is a gland?
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