Endocrine systems hormone and their hormones details
Hormone is any member of a class of signaling molecules produced by glands in multicellular system to target istant organs to regulate physiology and nature.
Hormones of kidney-
Increases absorption of calcium from the gut.
Increases calcification of bone.
Renin- Regulates blood pressure by increasing B.P
Erythroprotein- Stimulates bone marrow for formation of R.B.C
Hormones of thymus and their functions-
Hormones of thymus-
Helps in maturation of T-lymphocyte.
Maintains the normal concentration of T-lymphocyte.
Hormones of placenta
Human chorionic gonadottopin: Promotes the secretion of estrogen and progesterone.
Human chorionic somatomammotropin: Promotes the development of fetus and mother’s breast.
Maintenance of pregnancy.
Development of secretory apparatus of breast.
Estrogen: Helps to development of female sex organ and mammary gland.
Hormones secreted by adrenal gland:
Controls the metabolism of carbohydrate, protein, fat.
Has anti-inflammatory effects.
Reduces Na+ excretion.
Increases K+ excretion
Increases H+ excretion in urine.
Epinephrin and nor-epinephrin-
Increases heart rate
Increases blood glucose level.
Classification of hormone-
A. Peptide hormones
B. Steroid hormones
C. Thyroid hormones and biogeinc amines
Functions of hormone
Via water and mineral regulation