Endocrine system Lectures 34-35 Metabolism w12 FINAL

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The Endocrine System Part II: Endocrine Control of Metabolism Lectures 34-35 Recommended reading: Sherwood 7 th edition Chapter 19 pp. 710—726 REQUIRED READING : Sherwood 7 th edition Chapter 19 pp. 726- 737 (Endocrine control of calcium homeostasis: Focus on parathyroid hormone and Vitamin D production and actions)
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Summary of the Major Pathways Involving Organic Nutrient Molecules Metabolic States of the Body Hormones covered so far that affect fuel metabolism Pancreatic Peptide Hormones Controlling Fuel Metabolism 1. Insulin: Major absorptive state hormone Control of glucose uptake Effects on carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism Control of insulin secretion 2. Glucagon: Major post-absorptive state hormone Effects on carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism Control of glucagon secretion Diabetes mellitus Type I versus Type II Incidence Symptoms of untreated diabetes mellitus Topics to be covered in these lectures
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Summary of the Major Pathways Involving Organic Nutrient Molecules Anabolic reactions Catabolic reactions Fig. 19-14, p. 711
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Key point for these lectures: Brain can only use glucose (exception: ketoacids produced by liver) and. . brain cannot store glucose reserves! Table 19-4, p. 712
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Absorptive state: Anabolic reactions > Catabolic reactions -Fed state -Glucose is plentiful and serves as major energy source Metabolic States of the Body Postabsorptive state : Catabolic reactions > Anabolic reactions -Fasting state -Endogenous energy stores are mobilized to provide energy (esp. glucose for brain) Table 19-3, p. 710
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Pancreatic Peptide Hormones Controlling Fuel Metabolism Endocrine cells of the Pancreas – Islets of Langerhans
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