GROWTH DEV FARM ANIM
GROWTH DEV FARM ANIM ANS 3043
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Notes 3 Endocrinology 11 1 Anatomy of endocrine system Figurele4 105 A Hypothalamus 7 located at base of brain and considered the master control center B Pituitary aka HypophysisAnterior and Posterior located ventral to hypothalamus C Other endocrine glands tissues organs 1 Pancreas thyroid parathyroid gonads ovary and testicle adrenals uterus placenta and fetus Classical 2 Pineal body thymus liver kidneys adipose tissue gastro intestine 11 Function of endocrine system A Hypothalamus consist of numerous paired nerve cell bodies that integrate neural and physiological signals that stimulates synthesis and secretion of hormones l Hormone secretion 1 Hormones are synthesized in nerve cell bodies and transported via nerve axons connected with the posterior pituitary where they are stored and secreted Supraoptic nucleus 7 antidiuretic hormone ADH or vasopressin Regulates water balance in body Paraventricular nucleus 7 oxytocin 39 uterine 39 and J r contractions of udder mammary glands ii Releasing and inhibiting hormones Released into hypothalamichypophyseal portal blood vessels and transported to anterior pituitary to either stimulate or inhibit hormone production Small proteins with very short half life 39u I39 I Prolactin Releasing Factor PRF Releasing Hormones Inhibiting Hormones Gonadotrophin Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone Inhibiting Hormone GnRH GHIH Thyrotrophic Releasing Prolactin Inhibiting Hormone TRH Factor PIF Corticotrophin Releasing Hormone CRH Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone GHRH
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