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Ch41VRE - Figure 41.11 Hormonal Regulation of Calcium (Part...

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Ch. 41 Opener 1 How Baseball Got Big Animal Hormones
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Ch. 41 Opener 2 Anabolic Steroids Build Big Muscles
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Figure 41.1 Chemical Signaling Systems
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Figure 41.2 Prolactin’s Structure Is Conserved, but Its Functions Have Evolved (Part 1)
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Figure 41.2 Prolactin’s Structure Is Conserved, but Its Functions Have Evolved (Part 2)
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Figure 41.3 A Diffusible Substance Triggers Molting (Part 1)
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Figure 41.3 A Diffusible Substance Triggers Molting (Part 1)
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Figure 41.3 A Diffusible Substance Triggers Molting (Part 2)
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Figure 41.3 A Diffusible Substance Triggers Molting (Part 2)
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Figure 41.3 A Diffusible Substance Triggers Molting
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Figure 41.4 Hormonal Control of Metamorphosis
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Figure 41.4 Hormonal Control of Metamorphosis
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Figure 41.5 The Fight-or-Flight Response
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Figure 41.6 The Endocrine System of Humans
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Figure 41.6 The Endocrine System of Humans (Part 1)
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Figure 41.6 The Endocrine System of Humans (Part 2)
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Figure 41.7 The Posterior Pituitary Releases Neurohormones
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Figure 41.7 The Posterior Pituitary Releases Neurohormones
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Figure 41.8 The Anterior Pituitary Is Controlled by the Hypothalamus
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Figure 41.8 The Anterior Pituitary Is Controlled by the Hypothalamus
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Figure 41.9 Multiple Feedback Loops Control Hormone Secretion
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Figure 41.10 The Thyroid Gland Consists of Many Follicles
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Figure 41.10 The Thyroid Gland Consists of Many Follicles (Part 1)
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Figure 41.10 The Thyroid Gland Consists of Many Follicles (Part 2)
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Figure 41.11 Hormonal Regulation of Calcium (Part 1)
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Unformatted text preview: Figure 41.11 Hormonal Regulation of Calcium (Part 2) Figure 41.12 The Adrenal Is a Gland within a Gland Figure 41.13 Hormones Can Activate a Variety of Signal Transduction Pathways Figure 41.13 Hormones Can Activate a Variety of Signal Transduction Pathways (Part 1) Figure 41.13 Hormones Can Activate a Variety of Signal Transduction Pathways (Part 2) Figure 41.14 Corticosteroids Are Built from Cholesterol Figure 41.15 Sex Steroids Direct the Development of Human Sex Organs Figure 41.15 Sex Steroids Direct the Development of Human Sex Organs (Part 1) Figure 41.15 Sex Steroids Direct the Development of Human Sex Organs (Part 2) Figure 41.15 Sex Steroids Direct the Development of Human Sex Organs (Part 3) Figure 41.16 Melatonin Regulates Seasonal Changes Figure 41.17 An Immunoassay Allows Measurement of Small Concentrations Figure 41.18 Dose-Response Curves Quantify the Bodys Response to a Hormone Summary 1. Hormones are secreted, circulate and bind to a receptor 2. They can be peptides, proteins, steroids or amines 3. Receptors largely define the specificity of action of a hormone 4. The pituitary gland provides the interface between the hormonal and neural systems 5. The hypothalamus provides a neurohumoral interface with the anterior pituitary via a portal capillary bed 6. The adrenal gland is another source of critical hormones...
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2011 for the course LS 2 taught by Professor Pires during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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Ch41VRE - Figure 41.11 Hormonal Regulation of Calcium (Part...

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