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Epinephrine
Fast-acting nervous system directly stimulates release of hormones.


epinephrine or cortisol?
Epinephrine
Termination of the releasing stimulus is rapid.


epinephrine or cortisol?
Epinephrine
Hormone is rapidly released from storage vesicles.


epinephrine or cortisol?
Epinephrine
Hormone has a short half-life.


epinephrine or cortisol?
Cortisol
Slower-acting endocrine system stimulates release of hormones.



epinephrine or cortisol?
Cortisol
Termination of the releasing stimulus is slow.


epinephrine or cortisol?
Cortisol
Cellular mechanism of action requires protein synthesis.



epinephrine or cortisol?
Cortisol
Hormone has a long half-life.


epinephrine or cortisol?
Cortisol
Hormone must be synthesized proir to release.


epinephrine or cortisol?
Epinephrine
Cellular mechanism of action requires phosphoralation of existing proteins.


epinephrine or cortisol?