Outline-Key Concepts 10-17

Outline-Key Concepts 10-17 - Key Concepts & Outline:...

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I. Endocrine System & Hormones a. Hormones i. Control rate and quantity with feedback mechanisms 1. Hormone A in blood stream, if A causes hormone B to increase it is called positive feedback. If hormone a caused hormone B to decreased that is negative feedback. Doesn’t matter what hormone at is doing. ii. Impact all parts of bodies iii. Reproductive cycle, steroids- fat soluble compounds, same skelelton easily convert into one another (all sex steroids) androgen often converted to estrogen for example iv. * page 66 BW* chart with organs b. General information about how it works i. Works very closely with nerve system ii. Hormones in blood stream c. Hypothalamus—gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) i. Part of brain located under ii. Part of limbic system—emotional and behavioral iii. Referred to as master gland iv. Integrates nervous system control all hormone activity v. GnRh: NEED DEFINITITON d. Pituitary gland i. Posterior (back)— Oxytocin
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