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Increase in blood [glucose]. Hyperglycemic agent. Target: Liver.
Sends satiety signal. Must be present for normal levels of GnRH and gonadotropin.
Produced following ovulation. Prepares uterus for implantation of embryo.
Increase RBC production in response to low blood oxygen.
Influences reproductive system at puberty. Sets circadian rhythm.
Heart: increase heart rate. Metabolism: to increase glucose availability
Inhibits FSH production when testosterone levels are good enough.
Highest levels in morning. Acute stress can alter release pattern. Provokes gluconeogenesis.
Conserve Na and eliminate K. Increase taste receptor sensibility for salt.
Maturation of male reproductive organs and appearance of 2nd sexual characteristics and sex drive. Also, sperm production.
Maturation of reproductive organs and appearance of 2nd sex characteristics at puberty.
Blood glucose balance, influence energy metabolism, help resist stressors. Fed to unfed state cycling, maintains fluid balance and blood volume.
Development of immune system components.
Decrease blood glucose. Triggered by high blood glucose. Fat and protein metabolism influenced.
'Male' sex hormone. Converted to testosterone and estrogen. Important in menopause.
Reduces insulin sensitivity throughout the body.
Increase BP, vasoconstrictor, non-fight or flight organs
Acts to lower BP, blood volume and [Na]. Loses Na and H2O.
Regulates Na and K.

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