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Bio study guide (Repaired)

Bio study guide (Repaired) - Number and Name I Olfactory II...

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Number and Name Composition Function I Olfactory Sensory Olfaction II Optic Sensory Vision III Oculomotor Sensory/Motor Eye Muscle IV Trochlear Motor/ Sensory Eye Muscle V Trigeminal Sensory Sensory im Mandibular Division Sensory/Motor Sensory im VI Abducens Motor/Sensory Eye muscle VII Facial Motor/Sensory Facial expr VIII Vestibulocochlear Sensory Hearing an IX Glossopharyngeal Motor/Sensory Swallowing X Vagus Motor Swallowing XI Accessory Motor Upper body XII Hypoglossal Motor To Intrinsic Endocrine Gland Hormones Target Orga Adipose Tissue Leptin Hypothalam Adrenal Cortex Corticoids (Glucocorticoids; Aldosterone; mineral; sex) Liver, musc Kidneys Adrenal Medulla Epinephrine/Norepi Heart, bron Heart Atrial Natriuretic Hormone Kidneys Hypothalamus Releasing/Inhibiting hormones Anterior pi ACTH; GnR (I); Small intestine Secretin/CCK Stomach, li Pancreas Insulin (beta) Glucagon (alpha) Many organ Liver and A
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Kidneys Erythropoietin Bone Marro Liver Somatomedins Cartilage Ovaries Estradiol-17beta Progesterone Female rep glands Parathyroid glands PTH Bone, smal Pineal Gland Melatonin Hypo/Ante Pituitary, anterior Trophic (GH, TSH, ACTH gluco.; FSH, LH, prolactin) Endocrine g Pituitary, posterior (made in hypo) ADH Oxytocin Kidneys/blo Uterus/mam Skin 1, 24-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 Small intes Stomach
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