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Stimulates secretion of TSH and prolactin
TRH (Thyrotropin-releasing hormone)
Stimulates secretion of ACTH
CRH (Corticotropin-releasing hormone)
Simulates secretion of LH and FSH
GnRH (Gonadotropin-releasing hormone)
Stimulates GH
GHRH
Inhibits secretion of GH
Somatostatin
Stimulates synthesis and secretion of thyroid hormones
TSH (Thyroid-stimulating hormone)
Stimulates growth of ovarian follicles and estrogen secretion
FSH
Stimulates ovulation, formation of corpus luteum, and synthesis of estrogen and progesterone (ovary)
LH
Stimulates protein synthesis and overall growth
GH
Stimulates milk production and breast development
Prolactin
Stimulates synthesis and secretion of adrenal cortical hormones
ACTH
Stimulates melanin sythesis
MSH (Melanocyte-stimulating hormone)
Milk ejection; uterine contraction
Oxytocin
Stimulates water reabsorption by renal collecting ducts
ADH (vasopressin)
Skeletal growth, increase O2 consumption; heat production; increase protein, fat, and carb use; matuation of nervous system (perinatal)
T3,T4
Hormone that stimulates gluconeogenesis;
Anti-inflammatory;
Immunosuppression
Glucocorticoids (CORTISOL)
Growth and development of female repro organs;
Follicular phase of menstrual cycle
Estradiol
Luteal Phase of menstrual cycle
Progesterone
Increases serum calcium concentrations;
Decreases serum phosphate concentration
PTH
Decreases serum calcium concentration
Calcitonin
and
PTH
Increases renal sodium reabsorption;
Increases renal potassium secretion;
Increases renal H+ secretion
Aldosterone
Inceases intestinal calcium absorption;
Increases bone mineralization
1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol
Decreases blood glucose;
Decreases blood amino acid concentration;
Decreases blood fatty acid concentration
Insulin
Increases blood glucose;
Increases blood fatty acid
Glucagon
Increases estrogen and progesterone synthesis in corpus luteum of pregnancy
HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin)
Same actions as GH and prolactin during pregnancy
HPL (Human placental lactogen)
Which hormones use the Guanylate Cyclase Mechanism?
ANP
Which hormones use the tyrosine kinase mechanism?
Insulin
IGF-1
GH
Prolactin
Which hormones use the adenyl cyclase mechanism?
ACTH
LH
FSH
TSH
GHRH
Somatostatin
ADH (V2 receptor)
HCG
MSH
CRH
Calcitonin
PTH
Glucagon
Which hormones use the Phopholipase C/IP3 Mechanism?
GnRH
TRH
PTH
Angiotensin II
ADH (V1 receptor)
Oxytocin
Thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) stimulates the realease of:
TSH/PRL
Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) stimulates the release of:
ACTH
Growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) stimulates the release of:
GH
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone stimulate the release of:
LH/FSH
What is another name for prolactin inhibitory hormone?
Dopamine
What are some stimulators for the release of GH?
Starvation (esp. protein deficiency);
Hypoglycemia or low FA conc. in plasma;
Exercise;
Trauma;
Deep Sleep