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Which gland deals with long term stress
Muscle that is striated and voluntary; attaches to and covers bony skeleton
Which hormone increases blood calcium
Muscle contraction with shortening of the muscle
Muscle contraction without shortening of muscle
Which gland deals with short term stress
Endocrine signaling that also involves neurons
Effect that increases bone strength
Bone forming cell
Pathology: hyperthyroidism
Microscopic anatomy: distance between myosin fibers
Endocrine signaling using gap junctions
Pathology: hypothyroid syndrome in adults
Pathology: hyposecretory disorder of the adrenal cortex
Pathology: autoimmune disorder of pancreatic islet cells
Which gland is connected by neuron to the hypothalmus
Principle that bones remodel in response to physical environment
Muscle fiber that does not require oxygen
Neurotransmitter that tells muscles when to contract
From Smelley: How do you prevent getting type II diabetes?
Pathology: hypothyroidism in children
Pathology: resistance to insulin
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Bone formation direct, not involving a cartilage intermediary; flat bones
Stimulation of hormone production by neuron
Which hormone raises blood sugar
Which hormone increases calcium storage in bones
Which hormone lowers blood sugar
Stimulation of hormone production by other hormones
Bone that has been remodeled
Pathology: too much cortisone
During contraction, the H zone and I band gets shorter or remains the same?
Microscopic anatomy: midline of myosin fiber
Endocrine signaling within the cell
Bone formation involving a cartilage intermediary; long bones
Smallest functional contractile unit
During contraction, the sarcomere gets shorter or remains the same
Stiffening of the body after death
Microscopic anatomy: length of myosin fibers
Endocrine signaling where the receptor is on the surface of the same producing cell
Pathology: not enough GH
Chemical class of Melatonin, epinephrine, norepinephrine, thyroxine
Pathology caused by too much GH after growth plates fuse
Cycle that regenerates glucose from lactic acid
Endocrine signaling where the molecule is secreted into the blood stream
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Stimulation of hormone production by imbalance in the blood
Muscle that is not striated and not voluntary; found in the walls of hollow visceral organs
Muscle fiber that requires oxygen
Endocrine signaling where the molecule exits into the lumen
Bone destroying cell
Chemical class of Testosterone, Estrogen, Progesterone, Cortisol
Chemical class of Oxytocin, PTH, ADH
What happens without the above chemical
Thin filaments
Chemical class of GH, Insulin, Glucagon, Insulin-like Growth Factor
Which gland secretes TSH, FSH, LH, ACTH, GH, PRL
Chemical required for muscle contraction
Microscopic anatomy: distance between actin ends
Thick filaments
Groups that remodel bone
During contraction, the A band gets shorter or remains the same
Bone that has never been remodeled
Pathology: too much GH while still growing
Mechanosensor
Endocrine signaling where the hormone stays in the immediate interstitial fluid
Muscle that is striated by not voluntary; found only in the heart

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