Handout 1 - • Which one is faster in enacting cellular...

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What is the difference between an endocrine gland and exocrine gland? • Endocrine: • Exocrine: How do endocrine glands work? • Hormones travel to the _________ which then travels to the __________ What are the different kinds of hormones? • ______ hormones are lipid-soluble and enter the cell by diffusion, binding to receptors in the cytoplasm or nucleus. The steroid-receptor complex binds to the ________, causing changes in _______ • ______ hormones are not lipid-soluble and they bind to receptors on the _________. This initiates a ____________.
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Unformatted text preview: • Which one is faster in enacting cellular change? • Which one has greater binding speciFcity? What is the role of the hypothalamus? What does it control? What is GnRH? What hormones does it increase? It is released from the hypothalamus in what kind of fashion? What happens if it it administered constantly? What is Kallman’s Syndrome? What is a portal system? Hormone Source Action FSH LH ACTH TSH Prolactin Growth hormone Oxytocin ADH Testosterone Estrogen Progesterone Androgen TA: Joy Lin BICD 134 Human Reproduction Handout #1...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course BICD BICD 134 taught by Professor Ghiara during the Fall '12 term at UCSD.

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