Hormones - Hormones ANSC 107-502 Somatostatin Secreted from...

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Hormones ANSC 107-502 Somatostatin Secreted from the Hypothalamus Inhibits release of GH ( somatotropin) from Anterior Pituitary ( AP ) Somatomedin (IGF-I) Secreted from liver Promotes nutrient uptake Pygmies cannot metabolize IGF-I Gigantism- Increased level of GH due to tumors on Pituitary gland Thryoxine Secreted from Thyroid Promotes energy production and oxygen consumption by peripheral tissue Insulin Secreted from Pancreas Stimulates growth by increasing the uptake of glucose and amino acids by peripheral tissues. Also, Increases the synthesis of RNA which leads to protein synthesis. Epinephrine Secreted from Adrenal Medulla Regulation of cardiovascular system Mobilizes glycogen from liver Fight or Flight” response Norepinephrine Secreted from Adrenal Medulla Regulation of cardiovascular system Shuts down Epinephrine Calms “Fight or Flight” response, returns to normal levels within the system. Glucocorticoids
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course ANSC 107 taught by Professor Ramsey during the Fall '06 term at Texas A&M.

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Hormones - Hormones ANSC 107-502 Somatostatin Secreted from...

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