Endocrine System

Endocrine System - 16 Figure 17.5 Pituitary-Hypothalamic...

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Endocrine System 1
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Outline • Overview • Hormones • Specific Endocrine Organs & Hormones 2
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Endocrine System: Overview Endocrine system – the body’s second great controlling system Major processes controlled – Reproduction – Growth & Development – Mobilization of body’s defenses – Maintenance of electrolyte, nutrient and water balance – Regulation of cellular metabolism – Energy balance 3
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Hormones 4
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Types of Hormones 5
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Types of Hormones 6
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Amino Acid–Based Hormone Action: cAMP Second Messenger Figure 17.1a 7
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Amino Acid–Based Hormone Action: PIP-Calcium Figure 17.1b 8
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Steroid Hormones Figure 17.2 9
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Hormone Concentrations in the Blood 10
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Control of Hormone Synthesis and Release 12
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Figure 17.3a 13
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Major Endocrine Organs: Pituitary Figure 17.5 15
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Unformatted text preview: 16 Figure 17.5 Pituitary-Hypothalamic Relationships: Anterior Lobe 17 18 19 Figure 11.17 20 21 Metabolic Action of Growth Hormone Figure 17.6 22 Homeostatic Imbalances 23 24 Thyroid Gland Figure 17.8a 25 Thyroid Hormone (TH) 26 27 Hypothyroidism 28 Graves Disease 29 Effects of Parathyroid Hormone Figure 17.11 30 Adrenal Glands 31 Figure 11.06 32 Figure 11.19 33 Cushings Syndrome 34 Addisons Disease 35 Gonadocorticoids 36 Pancreas - Insulin 37 Pancreas - Glucagon 38 Pineal Gland • Small gland hanging from the roof of the third ventricle of the brain • Secretory product is melatonin • Melatonin is involved with: – Day/night cycles – Physiological processes that show rhythmic variations 39 Summary • Overview • Hormones • Specific Endocrine Organs & Hormones 40...
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course BIO 102 taught by Professor William during the Spring '11 term at Harvard.

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