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Name the Glycoprotein hormone that has the abbreviation (FSH).
Follicle-Stimulating hormone
Name the Glycoprotein hormone that has the abbreviation (TSH).
Thyroid-Stimulating hormone
Name the Glycoprotein hormone that has the abbreviation (LH).
Lutenizing hormone
Name the Glycoprotein hormone that has the abbreviation (hCG).
Human chorionic gonadotropin
Aldosterone is in what hormone class?
Steroids
What polypeptide hormone does (MSH) stand for?
Melanocyte-stimulating hormone
What polypeptide hormone does (NGF) stand for?
Nerve Growth Factor
What polypeptide hormone does (IGF) stand for?
Insulin-like growth factor
What polypeptide hormone does (EGF) stand for?
epidermal growth factor
What polypeptide hormone does (ADH) stand for?
Antidiuretic hormone
Epinephrine & Norepinephrine are both in what class of hormones?
Catecholamines
The following are the first letters of the 6 Steroid hormones * PACE - TV * Give the Names of the Six steroid hormones using this acronym.
(P)rogesterone
(A)ldosterone
(C)ortisol
(E)stradiol
(T)estosterone
(V)itamin D
Organs that secrete substances in response to stimuli are called...
Glands
Agonist & Ligand are alternative names for this term.
Hormone
Exocrine Glands are typically composed of these 4 components.
(1) Salts
(2) H20
(3) Immunoglobulins
(4) Enzymes
In the exocrine system, the glands secrete via a ___________.
duct
Endocrine glands are ductless and secrete chemical messengers called ______________ into the extracellular fluid.
hormones
Name the four biochemical classes for hormones.
(1) Peptides/proteins
(2) Catecholamines
(3) Steroids
(4) Iodothyronines
Catecholamines are synthesized by the (1.)__________________ and also by (2.) _________________.
(1.)Adrenal Medulla
(2.)Neurons
Catecholamines are derived from __________________.
Tyrosine
Thyroid Hormones are derived from _____________________.
Tyrosine
Where are thyroid hormones stored?
In the follicle
Where are catecholamines stored?
Catecholamines are stored in the membrane-bound granules.