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steroid that affects blood glucose concentration
pancreatic hormone that inhibits both insulin and glucagon
require a protein transport in order to dissolve into the blood but can diffuse directly though the cell membrane
pancreatic peptide hormone released by beta cells when blood glucose is high
anterior pituitary peptide hormone that promotes lactation
A large peptide hormone released by the thyroid gland that decreases blood calcium
spermatozoon matures here
increases blood level of carbs, proteins, and fats
holds hormones synthesized in the hypothalamus
anterior pituitary peptide hormone that stimulates the thyroid to release T3 and T4
adrenal peptide hormone that stimulates sympathetic actions
what the corpus luteum becomes when there is no pregnancy
steroid that affects electroltye balance
posterior pituitary peptide hormone that causes water absorption by the kidneys;increase blood pressure
hormone secreted by the egg upon implantation, prevents degeneration of the corpus luteum and maintains estrogen and progesterone levels
hormones that work through a secondary messenger system
anterior pituitary peptide hormone that stimulates the adrenal cortex to release glucocorticoids
glands that release enzymes to the external environment through ducts
tyrosine derivatives that increase basal metabolic rate
anterior pituitary peptide hormone that stimulates growth
portion of the follicle that does not get swept up into the fallopian tube, secretes estradiol and progesterone throughout pregnancy
cells that have many mitochondria to power movement of tail
outside portion of the adrenal glands that secretes only steroid hormones
fluid from the seminal vesicles, prostate, and copwers glands combine to form
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hollow ball of cells filled with fluid that gets implanted in the uterus
posterior pituitary peptide hormone that causes uterine contractions and mammary milk ejection
germ layer that differentiates into epidermis of skin,nervous system,sense organs
which female sex hormone does not surge at the end of the follicular phase
anterior pituitary peptide hormone that causes ovulation; stimulates estrogen and testosterone secretion
peptide hormonethat increases blood calcium through increased osteoclast activity
germ layer that differentiates into skeleton, muscles, blood vessels, heart, blood, gonads, kidneys, dermis of skin
organ that acts as both endocrine and exocrine gland
when the zygote is comprised of eight or more cells it is called a
pancreatic peptide hormone released by alpha cells when blood glucose is low
where are the adrenal glands
production of sperm occurs in the
anterior pituitary peptide hormone that causes growth of follicle in female; sperm production in male
tyrosine derivative synthesized in the adrenal medulla
where the egg is swept to after the luteal surge
Acts in the distal convoluted tubule and the collecting duct to increase Na and Cl reabsorption and K excretion
positive feedback loop of rising estrogen levels which increase LH levels, which increase estrogen
connects the epididymis and urethra
release hormones directly intobody fluids
granulosa cells secrete a viscous substance around the egg called the
germ layer that differentiates into lining of digestive and respiratory tracts,liver, pancreas, thymus, thyroid
inside portion of adrenal glands
controls the release of anterior pituitary hormones

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