Flashcards in Lab 10: Part 2 - Other Endocrine Glands Deck (19):
What HORMONES are produced by the THYROID GLAND?
T4, T3, and CALCITONIN
What is the F of T4 and T3? Where specifically is it produced?
F - Inc. metabolic rate, O2 use, and heart rate/force
- Heat production, appetite, breakdown of nutrients
Produced by thyroid follicles
What is the F of CALCITONIN? Where specifically is it produced?
F - Dec. Ca in BLOOD by stim. Ca deposits in BONE
Produced by C cells
What HORMONE is produced by the PARATHYROID GLAND?
What is the F of PARATHYROID HORMONE?
F - Inc. Ca in BLOOD by stim. removal of Ca from
- Inc. absorption and dec. urinary loss
What HORMONE is produced by the PINEAL GLAND?
What is the F of MELATONIN?
F - Involved in the slepp/wake cycle
- Inc. drowsiness
- Inhibit onset of puberty
What HORMONE is produced by the THYMUS GLAND
What is the F of THYMOSIN?
F - Promotes T-Cell development
What HORMONE(S) are produced by the ADRENAL CORTEX?
GLUCOCORTICOIDS, MINERALCORTICOID (e.g. ALDOSTERONE), GONADOCORTICOIDS
What is the F of GLUCOCORTICOIDS?
F - Stim. fat/protein breakdown
- Inc. GLUCOSE in BLOOD during stress
- Tissue repair
What is the F of MINERALCORTICOIDS?
F - Inc. salt reabsorption for water retention
- BP regulation
What is the F of GONADOCORTICOIDS?
F - Onset of puberty, sex drive
What HORMONE(S) are produced by the ADRENAL MEDULLA?
What is the F of EPINEPHRINE and NOREPINEPHRINE?
F - prolong flight/flight response
What is unique about the PANCREAS?
It is both EXOCRINE *and* ENDOCRINE
What HORMONES are produced by the PANCREAS?
GLUCAGON and INSULIN
What is the F of GLUCAGON? Where specifically is it produced?
F - Inc. BLOOD GLUCOSE levels by stim. breakdown
and release of stored nutrients
Produced by ALPHA CELLS