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What is the other effector other than a gland?
The muscles.
What hormone thickens the lining of the uterus?
Oestrogen.
Where is insulin produced?
The pancreas.
A degenration of nerve cells in the brain that control muscle movement.
Parkinson's Disease.
The result of a sperm cell reaching an egg and fertilising it.
Pregnancy.
A hormone that stimulates the release of LH.
Progesterone.
A measure of how quickly a person can respond.
Reaction time.
Types of these are - light, sound, pressure, chemical and heat.
Receptor.
An involuntary action.
A reflex action.
They contain receptors.
Sense organs.
This makes the receptor take action.
Stimulus.
Something that happens when the brain suffers deprivation of oxygen.
A stroke.
Something that is affected by hormones.
Target organ.
A mass of cells that serve no bodily function.
A tumour.
An action that we can decide.
Voluntary.
What is the other effector other than a gland?
The muscles.
What hormone thickens the lining of the uterus?
Oestrogen.
Where is insulin produced?
The pancreas.
A degenration of nerve cells in the brain that control muscle movement.
Parkinson's Disease.
The result of a sperm cell reaching an egg and fertilising it.
Pregnancy.
A hormone that stimulates the release of LH.
Progesterone.
A measure of how quickly a person can respond.
Reaction time.
Types of these are - light, sound, pressure, chemical and heat.
Receptor.
An involuntary action.
A reflex action.
They contain receptors.
Sense organs.
This makes the receptor take action.
Stimulus.
Something that happens when the brain suffers deprivation of oxygen.
A stroke.
Something that is affected by hormones.
Target organ.
A mass of cells that serve no bodily function.
A tumour.
An action that we can decide.
Voluntary.