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Sagar Rachchh

Nov 30, 2014

Differentiate between glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis.

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Dec 24, 2014

What are all the functions of estrogen and testosterone?

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Altaf Hussain Shaikh Ahmed

Mar 10, 2015

What are chromophil cells and where are they found ?

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Chromophil cells are the cells present mostly in medullary region of adrenal glands. Some of them are even found in hypothalamus, thyroid, parathyroid and pancreas also. Chromophil cells are the cel...

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Sagar Rachchh

Oct 30, 2014

What is corpus luteum?

The corpus luteum is a structure which secretes the hormones essential for the process of ovulation and early pregnancy.

During ovulation, follicles develop under the influence of FSH. The follic...

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Nov 4, 2014

What is thyrocalcitonin? Add a short note on its functions.

TCT IS SECREATED BY THYROID GLAND .IT REGULATES THE BLOOD CALCIUM LEVELS

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Sanalkumar S

Nov 25, 2014

What are hormones? How are they produced ?

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Hormones are the secretions of endocrine glands. . Endocrine glands are ductless glands which release hormones directly into the blood. Hormones are minute, chemical messengers thrown into b...

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Aman Madke

Nov 29, 2014

Name the parts of body that are not endocrine glands but secrete hormones?

  • HEART- ANF
  • LUNGS -ERYTROPOIETIN
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Sagar Rachchh

Nov 3, 2014

What is hyperthyrodism?

due to canser of thyroidd gland or due to development of nodules in thyroid gland the rate of synthesis and secretion of tyroid hormones increse to abnormal levels leading to hyperthyroidism

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Sanalkumar S

Feb 2, 2015

What is the difference between Diabetes mellitus and Diabetes insipidus?

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Diabetes mellitus is a disorder of carbohydrate metabolism during which glucose in the body is not oxidised to produce energy. there is an accumulation of glucose in the blood due to less insulin pr...

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Sanalkumar S

Feb 1, 2015

Does cretinism cause death?


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Cretinism is a congenital defect which arises due to deficiency of iodine causing less amount of thyroxine secretion. children affected by cretinism are mentally retarded and exhibit...

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Sagar Rachchh

Nov 30, 2014

Differentiate between glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis.

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

Answer (1)

Sagar Rachchh

Dec 24, 2014

What are all the functions of estrogen and testosterone?

Sol:

Answer (2)

Altaf Hussain Shaikh Ahmed

Mar 10, 2015

What are chromophil cells and where are they found ?

Sol:
Chromophil cells are the cells present mostly in medullary region of adrenal glands. Some of them are even found in hypothalamus, thyroid, parathyroid and pancreas also. Chromophil cells are the cel...

Answer (1)

Sagar Rachchh

Oct 30, 2014

What is corpus luteum?

The corpus luteum is a structure which secretes the hormones essential for the process of ovulation and early pregnancy.

During ovulation, follicles develop under the influence of FSH. The follic...

Answer (2)

Sagar Rachchh

Nov 4, 2014

What is thyrocalcitonin? Add a short note on its functions.

TCT IS SECREATED BY THYROID GLAND .IT REGULATES THE BLOOD CALCIUM LEVELS

Answer (2)

Sanalkumar S

Nov 25, 2014

What are hormones? How are they produced ?

Sol:

Hormones are the secretions of endocrine glands. . Endocrine glands are ductless glands which release hormones directly into the blood. Hormones are minute, chemical messengers thrown into b...

Answer (1)

Aman Madke

Nov 29, 2014

Name the parts of body that are not endocrine glands but secrete hormones?

  • HEART- ANF
  • LUNGS -ERYTROPOIETIN
  • GASTRO INTESTINAL TRACT -GASTRIN,SECRETIN,CHOLECYSTOKININ,GASTRIC INHIBITARY PEPTIDE

Answer (2)

Sagar Rachchh

Nov 3, 2014

What is hyperthyrodism?

due to canser of thyroidd gland or due to development of nodules in thyroid gland the rate of synthesis and secretion of tyroid hormones increse to abnormal levels leading to hyperthyroidism

Answer (2)

Sanalkumar S

Feb 2, 2015

What is the difference between Diabetes mellitus and Diabetes insipidus?

Sol:
Diabetes mellitus is a disorder of carbohydrate metabolism during which glucose in the body is not oxidised to produce energy. there is an accumulation of glucose in the blood due to less insulin pr...

Answer (1)

Sanalkumar S

Feb 1, 2015

Does cretinism cause death?


Sol:

Cretinism is a congenital defect which arises due to deficiency of iodine causing less amount of thyroxine secretion. children affected by cretinism are mentally retarded and exhibit...

Answer (1)

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