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1 Hormones and the Endocrine System © 2006: D. Julian Home Page Basic hormone pathways © 2006: D. Julian Campbel and Reece, Fig. 45.2 Mechanisms of hormone signal transduction © 2006: D. Julian Campbel and Reece, Fig. 45.3
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2 Diversity of downstream effects © 2006: D. Julian Campbel and Reece, Fig. 45.4 The same chemical may have multiple effects, depending on the cell type and the pathways “downstream” of the receptor. Primate endocrine glands In addition to these true endocrine glands, many organs that are not “endocrine glands” also secrete hormones (for example: intestine, liver, kidney, heart). © 2006: D. Julian Campbel and Reece, Fig. 45.6 Nonpituitary Hormone Pathways © 2006: D. Julian
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3 Hormonal control of glucose homeostasis © 2006: D. Julian Refer to Campbel and Reece, Fig. 45.11 Hormonal control of calcium homeostasis © 2006: D. Julian Refer to Campbel and Reece, Fig. 45.12 Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis © 2006: D. Julian
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4 Posterior pituitary Hypothalamus Hypothalamus and posterior pituitary
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course BSC 2010 taught by Professor Bowes during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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