ls2adenohypophysis

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ls2adenohypophysis
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2010-03-15 23:27:05
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Adenohypophysis Hormones for LS2
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  1. GHRH
    • Name: growth hormone releasing hormone
    • Source: hypothalamus
    • Target: anterior pituitary
    • Function: stimulates secretion of growth hormone
  2. CRH
    • Name: corticotropin releasing hormone
    • Source: hypothalamus
    • Target: anterior pituitary
    • Function: stimulates secretion of adrenocorticotropic hormone
  3. TRH
    • Name: thyrotropin releasing hormone
    • Source: hypothalamus
    • Target: anterior pituitary
    • Function: stimulates secretion of thyroid stimulating hormone
  4. dopamine
    • Name: dopamine
    • Source: hypothalamus
    • Target: anterior pituitary
    • Function: stimulates secretion of prolactin
  5. GnRH
    • Name: gonadotropin releasing hormone
    • Source: hypothalamus
    • Target: anterior pituitary
    • Function: stimulates secretion of follicle-stimulating hormone and leutenizing hormone
  6. GH
    • Name: growth hormone
    • Source: anterior pituitary
    • Target: various tissues
    • Function: growth and development; catabolism of carbohydrates and lipids
  7. ACTH
    • Name: adrenocorticotropic hormone
    • Source: anterior pituitary
    • Target: adrenal cortex
    • Function: stimulates secretion of cortisol
  8. cortisol
    • Source: adrenal cortex
    • Function: increases blood concentration of monosaccharides, amino acids, and fatty acids; inhibits the immune system; reduces memory function
  9. TSH
    • Name: thyroid stimulating hormone
    • Source: anterior pituitary
    • Target: thyroid gland
    • Function: stimulates secretion of T3 and T4
  10. prolactin
    • Source: anterior pituitary
    • Target: mammary glands
    • Function: stimulates milk production; inhibits gonadotropins
  11. FSH
    • Name: follicle-stimulating hormone
    • Source: anterior pituitary
    • Target: sertoli cells (male) and granulosa cells (female)
    • Function: stimulates secretion of inhibin
  12. inhibin
    • Source: anterior pituitary
    • Function: inhibits follicle-stimulating hormone (males and females); regulates spermatogenesis (males)
  13. LH
    • Name: leutenizing hormone
    • Source: anterior pituitary
    • Target: leydig cells (males) and theca cells (females)
    • Function: stimulates secretion of testosterone (males) and estrogen (females)

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