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TSH
Thyroid Stimulating Horrormone:
stimulates the thyroid gland, such as stimulation to produce thyroxine which causes metabolic rates to rise. TO RISE!
LH
Luteintizing Horrormone:
It does something about the female reproductive oregons and has something, something... to dp oops i mean do with interstitial fluid
FSH
Fool lick-L stimulating HORRORmone:
something about the ovaries and yada yada yoda yada how many yoda's did you see? eh? eh? too slow! ONE! Or maybe is it one too many!?!
GH
Growth Hormone:
Causes growth, the opposite of shrinking
Oxytocin
Causes the mammary glands to produce milk
Prolactin
Also about milk, look at oxytocin
Proenzyme
opposers of the anti enzyme coalition in the state of insanity. which is you. haha ha ha HAHAHA. *cough* i have tuberculOsis or do you? in case you were really wondering its a zymo-gin, not made by Eeleye Wit-knee.
ADH
Anti Diuretic Hormone:
Causes less water to be released in the urine in order to maintain water levels in the body, triggered by osmoreceptors in the hypothalamus
NADPH
not a hormone, geeze, its Not A Diuretic Producing Hormone, yaaa... something like that
Insulin
Causes the glucose in the blood to be changed back into glycogen for storage, and to reduce sugar levels of the blood
Glycagon
Causes the conversion of glycogen into glucose inside the liver, in order to increase blood sugar levels
Estrogen
female, its a steroid
Testosterone
males, its a steroid
ACTH
Adrenocorticotropin Hormone:
You do not need to know this, it is not in the syllabus, next time check the silly BUS
Epinepherine
A.K.A. adrenaline a.k.a.a. (last a stands for "again") "Fight or Flight" hormone. causes increase in heart rate, ventillation rate, dilates blood vessels in muscles and contracts blood vessels in digestive tract and causes liver cells to release glycogen which will increase sugar levels