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Unformatted text preview: Hormonal Control • Characteristics • Structures • Insulin & Glucagon • Norepinephrine & Epinephrine • Growth Hormone & Cortisol Hormones • Trace substances produced & secreted by various endocrine glands • Chemical messengers carried in blood to various target tissues • Regulate a variety of physiologic & metabolic functions (not like enzymes) • Works closely with nervous system to maintain homeostasis Hormone Characteristics • Circulate in blood thereby reaching all tissues • React with specific receptors present in target tissues • A single hormone can have multiple effects on a single target tissue or effect several different target tissues Lipid soluble v water soluble • Lipid soluble - can diffuse through lipid membrane of cell and interact with its receptor inside the cell • Water soluble - not able to cross lipid membrane thus must interact with its receptor on the outside of the cell membrane Adenyl cyclase What to know • Source • Hormone function • Response to exercise • Training adaptation Insulin • Small protein • Produced and secreted from β-cells in pancreas • Responsive after a meal when blood is reach in macronutrients Effect on CHO metabolism • ↑ Insulin in response to ↑ blood [glucose] • Promotes glucose uptake in most cells (insulin dependent) • Glycogen storage from glucose by activating glycogen synthase Effect on Lipid metabolism...
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2009 for the course IPHY 4650 taught by Professor Robertmazzeo during the Spring '09 term at Colorado.

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