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Thyroxine is the hormone which controls the bodies metabolism. Increased thyroxine levels in the body may come about due to a tumor on/in the pituitary gland. This happens because of the hormone which stimulates the thyroid becomes over active and can lead to excess thyroxine levels
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Antagonistic hormones are the hormones that have opposite effect in the body. For example, insulin and glucagon, para thyroid hormone and calcatonin.
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The Thyroid gland produces thyroxine, which regulates metabolism throughout the body.
As thyroxine levels increase the amount of TSH produced will decrease. On the other hand, when TSH levels increase the thyroxine levels will decrease. This is what causes the TSH/thyroxine levels to fluctuate.
Thyroxine is a metabolism regulator. Its reactions and products influence carbohydrate metabolism, protein synthesis and breakdown, and cardiovascular, renal, and brain function.
Thyroxine controls the rate of chemical reactions or metabolism in the body
The thyroid gland needs iodine to produce the body hormone thyroxine, which regulates the release of energy in the body.
To avoid overheating of the organism.