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Name a hormone produced by the thyroid and describe the structures present on a prepared slide.
hormone: thyroid hormone
structure: colloid - hormone storage area, follicular cells - ring colloid, parafollicular cells - clump between colloids
Name a hormone produced by the parathyroid and describe the structures present on a prepared slide.
hormone: parathyroid hormone (PTH)
structure: chief cells - blue, produce hormone, oxyphil cells - red, function unknown
Name a hormone produced by the pancrease and describe the structures present on a prepared slide.
hormone: insulin, glucose
structure: pancreatic islets - islets with white centers which produce hormone
Name a hormone produced by the adrenal glands and describe the structures present on a prepared slide.
hormone: epinephrine and norepinephrine
structure: capsule - looks like stratified squamous, medulla - center line, cortex - between capsule and medulla, composed of zona glomerulosa, zona fasciculata, and zona reticularis
Name a hormone produced by the testes and describe the structures present on a prepared slide.
hormone: testosterone
structure: seminiferous tubules - empty rings that produce testosterone
Name a hormone produced by the ovaries and describe the structures present on a prepared slide.
hormone: estrogen
structure: corpus luteum - ring full of cells close to the edge of gland where estrogen is produced
Name a hormone produced by the pituitary gland and describe the structures present on a prepared slide.
hormone: growth hormone, thyroid stimulating hormone
structure: adenohypophysis (anterior) - darker area, neurohypophysis (posterior) - lighter, infundibulum - connects sides