Human Anatomy & Physiology II (BIO-139)Laboratory Exercise #12Due Date: Wed. 3/31Text: Chapter 17: The Endocrine SystemA Challenge in Definitions 1.)Interstitial Fluid: Interstitial Fluid is essentially a mixture of water, ions, and small solutes that are forced out of the blood plasma by the systolic pressure that is created as the heart pumps.2.)Endocrine Cell: Endocrine cells are responsible for producing and releasing hormone molecules into the blood stream.3.)Simple Diffusion: This is the process that takes place when solutes are moved along aconcentration gradient in a solution or across a semipermeable membrane.4.)Capillary Filtration: Capillary Filtration is essentially the main force that drives fluid transport between the capillaries.5.)Hormone Receptor: A hormone receptor is a molecule that binds to a specific hormone.6.)Second Messenger System: This is the system that is implicated in adaptation. This includes intracellular calcium, as an example.