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CHAPTER 41 Animal Hormones. Chapter 41: Animal Hormones. Hormones and Their Actions Hormonal Control of Molting and Development in Insects Vertebrate Endocrine Systems Mechanisms of Hormone Action. Hormones and Their Actions.

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CHAPTER 41Animal Hormones


Chapter 41 animal hormones
Chapter 41: Animal Hormones

Hormones and Their Actions

Hormonal Control of Molting and Development in Insects

Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

Mechanisms of Hormone Action


Hormones and their actions
Hormones and Their Actions

  • Endocrine cells secrete chemical messages called hormones, which bind to receptors on or in target cells. See Figure 1

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Hormones and their actions1
Hormones and Their Actions

  • Most hormones diffuse through extracellular fluids, are picked up by the blood, and distributed throughout the body.

  • Some diffuse to targets near the secretion site.

  • Autocrine hormones influence the cell that secretes them

  • Paracrine hormones influence nearby cells. Review Figure 41.1

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Figure 41.1

Figure 41.1


Hormones and their actions2
Hormones and Their Actions

  • Hormones cause different responses in different target cells.

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Hormones and Their Actions

  • The chemical structures of hormones have changed little through evolution, but their functions have changed dramatically.

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Hormones and their actions4
Hormones and Their Actions

  • Hormones may be secreted by single cells or by cells organized into discrete endocrine glands. Review Figure 41.2

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Figure 41.2

Figure 41.2


Hormonal control of molting and development in insects
Hormonal Control of Molting and Development in Insects

  • Insects molt their exoskeletons to grow.

  • Two diffusible substances, brain hormone and ecdysone, control molting. Review Figure 41.3

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Figure 41.3 – Part 1

Figure 41.3 – Part 1


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Figure 41.3 – Part 2

Figure 41.3 – Part 2


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Hormonal Control of Molting and Development in Insects

  • Juvenile hormone, another diffusible substance, prevents maturation so that juvenile instars molt into bigger juvenile instars.

  • When juvenile hormone level falls low enough, the juvenile molts into the adult form.

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Hormonal control of molting and development in insects2
Hormonal Control of Molting and Development in Insects

  • Some insects go through complete metamorphosis.

  • When juvenile hormone drops to a low level, the larval form becomes a pupa.

  • Because no juvenile hormone is secreted during pupation, the pupa molts into an adult. Review Figure 41.4

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Figure 41.4

Figure 41.4


Vertebrate endocrine systems
Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • Vertebrates have nine endocrine glands that secrete many hormones. Review Figure 41.2, Table 41.1

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Table 41.1 – Part 1

Table 41.1 – Part 1


Table 41 1 part 2

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Table 41.1 – Part 2

Table 41.1 – Part 2


Table 41 1 part 3

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Table 41.1 – Part 3

Table 41.1 – Part 3


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Table 41.1 – Part 4

Table 41.1 – Part 4


Vertebrate endocrine systems1
Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The pituitary gland is divided into two parts.

  • The anterior pituitary develops from embryonic mouth tissue

  • The posterior pituitary develops from the brain.

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Vertebrate endocrine systems2
Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The posterior pituitary secretes the neurohormones vasopressin and oxytocin. Review Figure 41.5

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Figure 41.5

Figure 41.5


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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The anterior pituitary secretes:

  • Tropic hormones (thyrotropin, adrenocorticotropin, and two gonadotropins), and

  • Growth hormone, prolactin, melanocyte-stimulating hormone, endorphins, and enkephalins.

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Vertebrate endocrine systems4
Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The anterior pituitary is controlled by neurohormones produced by cells in the hypothalamus and transported through portal blood vessels to the anterior pituitary. Review Figure 41.7, Table 41.2

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Figure 41.7

Figure 41.7


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Table 41.2

Table 41.2


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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • Hormone release in the hypothalamus/pituitary/endocrine gland axis is controlled by many feedback loops. Review Figure 41.8

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Figure 41.8

Figure 41.8


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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The thyroid gland is controlled by thyrotropin and secretes thyroxine, which controls cell metabolism. Review Figure 41.9

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Figure 41.9

Figure 41.9


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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • Calcium levels in the blood are regulated by two hormones.

  • Calcitonin, produced by the thyroid, lowers blood calcium.

  • Parathormone, produced by the parathyroid glands, raises it. Review Figure 41.10

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Figure 41.10

Figure 41.10


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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The pancreas secretes three hormones.

  • Insulin stimulates glucose uptake by cells and lowers blood glucose

  • Glucagon raises blood glucose

  • Somatostatin slows nutrient absorption rate from the gut.

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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The adrenal gland has two portions.

  • The hormones of the adrenal medulla, epinephrine and norepinephrine, stimulate the liver to supply glucose to the blood, as well as other fight-or-flight reactions. Review Figure 41.11

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Figure 41.11

Figure 41.11


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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The adrenal cortex produces three classes of corticosteroids:

    • glucocorticoids

    • mineralocorticoids

    • small amounts of sex steroids. Review Figure 41.12

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Figure 41.12

Figure 41.12


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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • Aldosterone is a mineralocorticoid that stimulates the kidney to conserve sodium and to excrete potassium.

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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • Cortisol is a glucocorticoid that decreases glucose utilization by most cells.

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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • Sex hormones are produced by the gonads in response to tropic hormones.

  • Sex hormones control sexual development, secondary sexual characteristics, and reproductive functions. Review Figure 41.13

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Figure 41.13

Figure 41.13


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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems

  • The pineal hormone melatonin is involved in controlling biological rhythms and photoperiodism. Review Figure 41.14

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Figure 41.14

Figure 41.14


Mechanisms of hormone action
Mechanisms of Hormone Action

  • The responses of a cell to a hormone depend on what receptors it has and what signal transduction pathways those receptors activate. Review Table 41.3

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Table 41.3

Table 41.3


Mechanisms of hormone action1
Mechanisms of Hormone Action

  • Receptors for water-soluble hormones are on the cell surface, and receptors for lipid-soluble hormones are inside the cell.

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Mechanisms of Hormone Action

  • Cell sensitivity to hormones can be altered by up- or downregulation of the receptors in that cell.

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Mechanisms of hormone action3
Mechanisms of Hormone Action

  • Sensitivity and time course of hormone response depend on many factors

    • receptor numbers

    • properties of signal transduction pathways

    • other hormones

    • binding of the hormone to carrier proteins

    • elimination of the hormone through degradation and excretion.

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Mechanisms of Hormone Action

  • Important tools for characterizing hormone action are dose–response curves and measurements of half-life. Review Figure 41.15

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Figure 41.15

Figure 41.15


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