ephedrine hydrochloride extract cvi5b beta 2 agonists caused bronchodilation

Ephedrine hydrochloride extract cvi5b beta 2 agonists

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ephedrine hydrochloride extractc.vi.5.b.beta 2 agonists caused bronchodilation c.vi.5.b.i.increasing body temperature along with aspirin, caffeine to burn weight c.vi.5.b.ii.people can die of heart attacks c.vi.5.b.iii.beta 2 receptors all over your heart, can be stimulated wrongly. c.vii.Hormones and Intracellular Receptors c.vii.1.Hydrophobic hormones c.vii.2.Thyroid hormone  binds to mitochondria and makes ATP weight lossc.vii.2.a.Take more of thyroid hormone c.vii.2.b.The body might not make it again 3.Control of Endocrine Activity a.The most important gland of the body (pituitary gland) b.Hypophyseal fossa houses the pituitary gland c.The master gland=pituitary glandc.i.Because of the protection it has with the bone
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c.ii.This gland is releases a ton of hormones that has an effect on a lot of the other glands of the body c.iii.We find out that hypothalamus controls pituitary gland thus it is not a master gland. c.iv.ADH c.iv.1.Antidiaretic hormone c.iv.2.It prevents diaresis (prevents excessive water loss in the urine) c.iv.3.Causes kidney to dump water in the urine, thus blood volume goes down, blood pressure goes down. c.v.Region of the brain that controls pituitary glandc.v.1.Hypothalamus c.vi.Hypothalamus control c.vi.1.Endocrine communication c.vi.1.a.Cells in the hypothalamus goes to the cells in the pituitary gland c.vi.2.Neural communication c.vi.2.a.Nerves in the hypothalamus goes to the pituitary gland secrete hormones 4.The Pituitary Gland a.Anterior lobe – came from moutha.i.3 regions a.i.1.Pars distalis a.i.1.a.Major region of the region a.i.2.Pars intermedia a.i.3.Pars tuberalis a.i.4.True endocrine tissue a.i.5.Modified epithelial cells b.Posterior lobe – came from brain
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b.i.Pars nervosa b.ii.Not a true endocrine tissue b.iii.Secretes endocrine hormones, but does not make them b.iv.Neural tissue 5.Anterior Lobe a.The hypophyseal portal system a.i.Endocrine route a.i.1.Hypothalamus communicates with the anterior lobe a.i.2.Communication through this portal system a.i.3.Hypothalamic neurons in the hypothalamus a.i.4.Median eminence a.i.4.a.Contains primary capillary plexus a.i.4.a.i.Network of fenestrated capillaries a.i.4.b.Fenestrated capillaries a.i.4.b.i.Leaky and suitable for diffusion a.i.4.c.Portal veins a.i.4.c.i.Connected by venulesa.i.5.Neural endocrine cells a.i.5.a.The axon goes down to the median eminence which have axons that release hormonesa.i.5.b.The hormones are picked up by the primary capillary plexus, transported down to the secondary capillary plexus a.ii.The importance of the portal system a.ii.1.Secondary capillary plexus transport hormones out of the pituitary gland, diffusing out and binding to endocrine cells a.ii.2.Releasing and inhibiting hormones a.ii.2.a.Tells cells to secrete own hormones
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a.ii.2.b.Inhibits the cells to not release hormones a.ii.2.c.No effect in the toes, fingers, no effect anywhere except anterior lobea.iii.Herring Bodies a.iii.1.
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