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Handout 3 Email: Pvrana@ucsd.edu Anterior pituitary: Releases the trophic hormones: Cell Hormone Thyrothrophs ACTH FSH and LH Lactotrophs GH Anterior pituitary is regulated by the _________ Hypothalamus is a cluster of neuronal nuclei that produce hormones Hormone Target Function Thyrotrophs Adrenocorticotrophs Gonadotrophs LH and FSH release Somatotrophs Dopamine Lactotrophs Somatostatin Somatotrophs These hormones are released in a pulsating manner What system does the hypothalmus use in order to regulate the anterior pituitary? The hypothalamus also produces two hormones that are secreted by the posterior pituitary: ____________ and ______________ Vasopressin is important in maintaining ______________ When plasma osmolarity is __________, ADH is secreted – detected by osmoreceptors A second stimulus for ADH is ____________ in blood volume or blood pressure – detected by baroreceptors ADH acts on GCPR receptors in the kidney
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