helps to put together all endocrine glands to be more careful and patient,when you driving a car.
the infundibulum connects the hypothalamus to the pituitary gland, its like a stem. for the posterior lobe (neurohypophysis) is linked by neurons while the anterior lobe is linked by a complex network of blood capillaries it's the spinal column
In basic terms, the hypothalamus is the control centre monitering various inputs. The pituitary gland is responsible for excreting various hormones in response to different changes in homeostatis that are monitered by the hypothalamus
Hormones and Glands. Glands: Hypothalamus Pituitary Pineal Thyroid Parathyroid Adrenal Heart Intestine Stomach Ovaries/testes Pancreas
there is this gland called pituitary gland that is considered to be the master of all glands in the body. in fact, this gland is either a part of the nervous or the endocrine system because the pituitary is connected just below the hypothalamus. the nervous and the endocrine system work together by regulating body processes. the nervous system does this by sending out electrical impulses while the endocrine by sending out hormones in the blood.
The answer is simple. Puberty causes sexual development. And puberty is caused by hormones. Those are your testosterone and estrogen hormones. Males and females all have testosterone and estrogen. Some more than others and some less than others. That all depends on your development while in your mother's womb. Estrogen causes females to develop breasts, and make your voice higher, and their monthly periods. Testosterone causes hair to develop in males and females. It also causes males to make their voices deeper, and help make their genitals grow. And testerone and estrogen are caused by a gland in your brain called the pituitary gland. When you hit a certain age, that's when your pituitary gland becomes active and releases these hormones to cause arousal and development. The pituitary gland also has ALOT to do with arousal along with testosterone.
The pituitary gland plays a crucial role in both male and female reproduction. It produces hormones such as luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), which are essential for the development and maturation of eggs in females and sperm in males. In females, LH triggers ovulation and the release of eggs, while FSH stimulates the growth and development of ovarian follicles. In males, LH stimulates the production of testosterone, while FSH promotes the production of sperm in the testes.
steroid hormones are the steroids which acts as a hormones.steroid hormones are nothing but the androgen,estrogen,progesterone and mineralocorticoids and glucocorticoids.ADRENAL GLAND;it is anatomically divided into 2 parts.adrenal medulla and adrenal cortex.again adrenal cortex contains following layers.zonaglomerulosa,zonafasiculata,and zona reticularis.zonaglomerulosa secretes mineralocorticoids.zonafasiculata secretes glucocorticoids.zonareticularis secretes androgen and estrogen .the principle mineralocorticoids is aldosteron while principle glucocorticoid is cortisol.while androgen are nothing but the testosterone and estrogen nothing the estrogen and progesterone.TESTIS;it secretes mainly testosterone which is a kind of androgen,.OVARY;it secretes mainly estrogen and progesterone also a kind of steroid hormones.these are in turn under control by anterior pituitary by F SH,LH,ACTH hormones.again these F SH,LH and ACTH are under control of hypothalamus by corticotrophin releasing hormone ,gonadotrophin releasing hormone.
A pituitary tumor is a build up fluid or tissue that attaches to the pituitary gland . I have a 2mm, it has been there a couple of years but has not grown any. Since this gland produces hormones it has to be regulated very closely and make sure the tumor is not growing. This can cause severe mood swings,erratic behavior, weight loss, and bad swelling of the breast along with leaking dicharge from the breast.There is a meication to help control this.
The hypothalamus produces oxytocin by the paraventricular neurons, and the anitdiuretic hormone (ADH) primarily by the supraoptic neurons.your ventromedial hypothalmus depresses hunger via serotonin and is turned on when your blood glucose level increases, while your lateral hypothalmus produces hunger via nonadrenaline and is turned on when your blood glucose level decreases.
A gland produces hormones, which perform a variety of functions. Some of them make you grow (somatropin), while some of them help you control your weight and moods (thyroid). There are many glands throughout the body and they can all produce an assortment of hormones. The pituitary, though, is the master gland that controls all the other glands and does so by producing its own hormones.
hypothalamus controls pituitary gland hormones by releasing its hormones namely growth hormone releasing factor ,somatostatins,cortical releasing factor,thyroid releasing factor,prolactin releasing factor,prolactin release inhibiting factor.,gonadotrophin releasing factor, etc.thus the released gonadotrophin acts on pituitary gland ,.pituitary is endocrinally divided into 3 parts in which anterior one called as adenohypophysis,while posterior one called as neurohypophysis,and middle one of no endocrinal use.adenohypophysis stimulate it to release follicle stimulating hormone and LH hormone.the follicle stimulating hormone acts on testis and ovary and stimulates them to release testosterone and progesterone.thus follicle stimulating hormone released by adenohypophysis.[anterior pituitary]
the amygdala controles fear. So it keeps you scared from oncoming traffic.