Human head and neck Anterior pituitary

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Endocrine glands are the organs that produce and secrete hormones, which are the biochemicals that travel in blood and interact with target cells that have receptors for the hormone. Anterior pituitary
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May be incorporated into epithelia – represent diffuse endocrine system. Anterior pituitary
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A. Spermatogenesis is the series of events in the seminiferous tubules that produce male gametes (sperm). Anterior pituitary
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Normal pituitary gland (larger portion, adenohypophysis, is toward top): left superior aspect of pituitary with stalk; right inferior aspect of pituitary. Anterior pituitary
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The pituitary gland is situated beneath the hypothalamus of the brain, in a depression, the ‘pituitary fossa’, of the skull. The pituitary comprises anterior, intermediate and posterior lobes. Anterior pituitary
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These cells are called target cells, and the organs that contain them are called target organs. In contrast, organs, tissues, or cells that do not have the specific receptor for a hormone do not bind or attach the hormone and do not respond to its. Anterior pituitary
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A. The endocrine system is made up of the cells, tissues, and organs that secrete hormones into body fluids. Anterior pituitary
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The effects of underfunction include a decrease in endocrine gland functions and…. Anterior pituitary
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And 40% of patients demonstrating vasopressin abnormalities leading to diabetes insipidus. Anterior pituitary
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The endocrine system is made up of the cells, tissues, and organs that secrete hormones into body fluids such as the blood stream. What is its function? To control certain physiological activities and help maintain homeostasis. Anterior pituitary
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List the organs that secrete hormone as their first function and those organs that secrete hormones as a secondary function. Anterior pituitary
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Hormones are long-distance chemical messengers secreted by the ductless endocrine glands into the blood, which transports them to specific target sites where they regulate or direct a particular function by altering protein activity within the. Anterior pituitary
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