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Nerves vs. Hormonal 
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Nervous signals get to destinations quicker  than endocrine and have shorter duration of  effect Endocrine hormones take longer to get to  target cells (because have to go through  circulatory system) and have longer duration  of effects 
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Endocrine glands vs. Exocrine glands 
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Endocrine have no ducts - release hormones  into surrounding tissue and circulatory  system Exocrine glands secrete substance into ducts
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Endocrine Glands  Names
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Pituitary  Thyroid  Parathyroid  Adrenal  Pineal  Thymus glands 
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Which gland is a neuroendocrine organ? 
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Hypothalmus 
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Which endocrine glands are in the brain? (3) 
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Pineal  Hypothalmus Pituitary 
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Which endocrine glands are in the neck? (2) 
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Thyroid  Parathyroid 
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Which endocrine gland is near the heart? 
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Thymus gland 
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Which endocrine glands are in the abdominal cavity? (2) 
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Adrenal glands (2) Pancreas 
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Which endocrine glands are in the gonads? 
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Ovaries or Testes 
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Most hormones are made of ______? 
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amino acids 
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Target Cells 
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What the hormones affect   All other cells ignore the hormones all around  them  Hormones are very specific
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3 Major Mechanisms for Hormone Release 
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1. Humoral stimuli  2. Neural stimuli  3. Hormonal stimuli 
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Humoral Stimuli 
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Glands secrete hormones  in direct  response to changing blood levels  of  ("Humor" = body fluid)  EX: when calcium levels get too high,  calcitonin gets released 
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Neural stimuli 
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Nerve fibers stimulate glands to release hormones  EX: adrenal gland innervated by sympathetic nervous  system to release epinephrine 
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Hormonal Stimuli 
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Most glands are under control of hormone  released by hypothalmus  EX: pituitary gland makes 7 hormones that are under the  control of the hypothalmus  FSH releasing hormone, etc.; the releasing and inhibiting  hormones of the hypothalamus control secretion of  pituitary hormones 
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