Hormones, (R.Waters,1-26-11

Hormones, (R.Waters,1-26-11 - Chapter16HORMONES NAME...

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Chapter 16- HORMONES  NAME SECRETED BY FUNCTION TARGET Hypothalamus Pituitary Gland Oxytocin Uterus Antidiuretic hormone Kidney tubules Growth hormone (GH) Anterior Pituitary Body tissues Anterior Pituitary Thyroid gland Anterior Pituitary Adrenal Cortex  Anterior Pituitary Ovaries Hormone Regulates hormonal  output of the anterior  pituitary Hypothalamus/stored  and released by  Posterior Pituitary Labor and delievery of  Hypothalamus/stored  and released by  Posterior Pituitary Conserve H2O;  decrease plasma  osmolality Mobilizes fats,  stimulates protein  synthesis and inhibits  glucose uptake and  metabolism Thyroid-stimulating  hormone (TSH) Promotes normal  development and  activity of the thyroid  gland Adrenocorticotropic  hormone (ACTH) Promote longlasting  body responses to  stressors Follicle-stimulating  hormone (FSH)  Regulates the  functions of the gonads  in both sexes. 
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Anterior Pituitary Testes Prolactin (PRL) Anterior Pituitary Mammary glands Thyroid Gland Body cells Calcitonin Bone Parathyroid Glands Adrenal Cortex Kidney tubules Luteinizing hormone  (LH) Regulates the  functions of the gonads  in both sexes Promotes milk  production in humans Thyroid hormone (TH)  including thyroxine (T4)  and Triiodothyronine 
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