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Week 1 notes - Chapter 17 Endocrine System

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Week 1 notes - Chapter 17 Endocrine System 2402

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These notes are from Monday, Wednesday, and Friday this week when Mr. Cates talked about the Endocrine system and also showed us how to draw the heart. He talked about the Comparison between the En...
Anatomy and Physiology II
Dr. Cates
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Biology, Endocrine system, Hormones




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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kimberly Krause on Saturday August 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 2402 at Tyler Junior College taught by Dr. Cates in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 196 views. For similar materials see Anatomy and Physiology II in Biology at Tyler Junior College.

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Date Created: 08/27/16
A and P 2 - Mr. Cates 8/24/16 Chapter 17 Endocrine System Nervous System vs. Endocrine System
 Coordination vs. Communication Nervous System Endocrine System Message Impulse Hormone Nature of Electrochemical Disturbance Molecule - physical object. Something that has to be Ex. Talking: vibrations disturb air made, moved, cleaned up. Source Neuron Endocrine Gland - Exocrine (has duct and goes out). Endocrine gland (ductless and goes into blood). Path Axon (like a phone call, path is from one calBlood stream (like snail mail) to another) Speed Fast Slow Direct Very direct Very indirect (dropping hormones into blood, they have a long way to travel with 60,000 miles of blood vessels!) Clean Very clean (like a phone call) Very dirty (pamphlets being dropped to everyone by a plane dropping them over a city) 60,000 miles of blood Why does the Endocrine system dump vessels. They could wrap the earth 2.5 times! hormones into the blood? -It’s the method of transport -It’s goes to every cell 60 trillion cells -You can look in the blood to find what hormones your body is producing 6 cells thickness that -You can also look in urine (the trash) to find the something can diffuse hormones. Ex. Check the trash at the White house to see across. what they are up to. Like Hillary’s e-mails. Ex. When a lady is pregnant, hCG is the hormone that a placenta produces. Pregnancy tests scan CO = HR x SV Cardiac Output = Heart the urine for hCG. In the old days, they would Rate x Stroke Volume inject urine into a rabbit, then cut it open to see if the ovaries had developed. If they had, they knew the woman was pregnant. So they started say, “the rabbit died,” excitedly to mean the lady was CO pregnant. HR SV Page 1 of 1


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