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  1. This Ant. Pit. hormone does this: 1) Initiates milk production. 2) Maintains milk production:
  2. 'Hormone'. Definition:
  3. This Ant. Pit. hormone does this: Goes to the Thyroid Gland to stim. it to: 1) Grow. 2) Release T3 & T4.:
  4. This Ant. Pit. hormone does this: Stims the Adrenal Gland to release Cortisol (during stress).:
  5. There are this many # of hormones secreted by the Anterior Pituitary:
  6. 'Pituitary Gland'. Defintion:
  7. This part of the brain is located immediately above the Pituitary Gland:
  8. This Ant. Pit. hormone does this: 1) Increases cell division. 2) Increases protein transport and synthesis. 3) Increases release of fat & use of fat.:
  9. This Ant. Pit. hormone does this: 1) Initiates the growth of ova. 2) Initiates the secretion of estrogen. 3) Initiates sperm production.:
  10. This Posterior Pituitary hormone tells the Kidneys to increase water absorption:
  11. The storing of Oxytocin occurs on this side of the Pituitary gland:
  12. This Ant. Pit. hormone does this: 1) Causes ovulation. 2) Stims. ruptured ovarian foll. to become corp. leuteum and begin secreting progesterone & estrogen. 3) Stims. secretion of testosterone.:
  13. Prolactin comes from this side of the Pituitary gland:
  14. Another name for the Pituitary Gland is:
  15. This Posterior Pituitary hormone contracts the smooth muscle in the uterus and mammary glands;
  16. The Posterior Pituitary pretty much only does this:
  17. There are this many # of hormones secreted by the Posterior Pituitary:
  1. a Anterior
  2. b Known as the 'Master Gland'. Located in the brain and is the size of a pea. Produces hormones that regulate growth, development of the reproductive structures, and the function of the reproductive organs throughout ones life span.
  3. c 2
  4. d Growth Hormone (aka 'Somatotropin')
  5. e ACTH
  6. f LH
  7. g ADH
  8. h 6
  9. i Stores hormones.
  10. j Oxytocin
  11. k The Hypothalamus
  12. l Posterior
  13. m Prolactin
  14. n TSH
  15. o FSH
  16. p The 'Hypophysis'
  17. q Chemical messengers, mostly those manufactured by the endocrine glands, that are produced in one tissue and affect another