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22 Cards in this Set

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The Parathormone is responsible for
raising Calcium levels
Glucagon is responsible for
raising glucose levels
Calcitonin is responsible for
lowering calcium levels
Insulin is responsible for
lowering blood glucose
Prolactin is responsible for
initiating and maintaining milk secretion
Melatonin is responsible for
regulating biological clock
Lutenizing is responsible for
stimulating sex hormone and ovulation
Epinephrine/Norepinephrine is responsible for
fight or flight response
Cortisol is responsible for
regulating metabolism and resistance to stress
Inhibin is rsponsible for
controlling water and electrolytes
Aldosterone is responsible for
supressing FSH
Androgens are responsible for
growth of pubic hair
Thymosin is responsible for
promoting T cell maturation
Thryroxine/Triiodothyromine is responsible for
O2 use and basal meatablolic rate, cellular metabolism, growth and development
HGH is responsible for
protein synthesis, protein breakdown, lipolysis, and retards glucose for ATP production.
ADH is responsible for
water loss through kidneys
FSH is responsible for
egg and sperm formation
Oxytocin is responsible for
uterine contractions, milk ejection
Hypothalmic RH is responsible for
stimulating/inhibiting hormone of anterior pituitary.
Melanocyte RH is responsible for
skin pigmentation
TSH is responsible for
synthesis of T3 and T4
Prostoglandins are responsible for
inflammation, smooth muscle contraction, blood flow