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Additional References

Additional References

Additional References Dr Christiane Northrup, “ Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom”, Revised 1998, Bantam, NY, NY, mainly pp 392-407. (Some information on Natural Family Planning, NFP) Katherine Davis, Self , Dec 2000, p.82 (more info on NFP) Jackie Cissell Joel Brind Additional References

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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Brain and Behavior. Table of Contents. Exit. Neuron and Its Parts. Neuron: Individual nerve cell; 100 billion in brain Dendrites: Receive messages from other neurons Soma: Cell body; body of the neuron. Receives messages and sends messages down axon

By Gideon
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PITUITARY GLAND

PITUITARY GLAND

PITUITARY GLAND. Where is it located??? Name its’ 3 parts or sections. What hormones are secreted by the pituitary gland???. Pituitary Gland. ANTERIOR PITUITARY. SECRETES 6+ HORMONES: ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone) release of cortisol in adrenal glands

By issac
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Animal survival

Animal survival

Animal survival. Water and waste. Aims of today…. To be able to: Identify ways in which a mammal gains and loses water. State that the kidneys are the main organs for regulating the water content in a mammal. Explain the role of ADH in the regulation of water balance.

By Faraday
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The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System. Functions of the Endocrine System. Controls the processes involved in movement and physiological equilibrium Includes all tissues or glands that secrete hormones into the blood Secretion of most hormones is regulated by a negative feedback system

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Objectives

Objectives

Section 18.1. The Endocrine System. Objectives. Describe the general roles of the endocrine system. Identify the glands of the endocrine system. Health Stats What trends in growth rate does this graph show?.

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COPD It Takes Your Breath Away

COPD It Takes Your Breath Away

COPD It Takes Your Breath Away. Patti J. Pagel, RN, BSN Alverno College MSN Program April, 2007 patti.pagel@aurora.org. Self-Study Tutorial Guide Instruction Page. Click on to go back to previous slide Click on to go to the next slide

By jacob
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Addison’s Disease

Addison’s Disease

Addison’s Disease. Nasimeh Rakhshani CC3. Adrenal Insufficiency. Addison’s Disease . Addison’s Disease . First described by Thomas Addison in 1855 His description referred to primary adrenal insufficiency At that time, the most common etiology was tuberculosis infiltration

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Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control

Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control

Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control. E ndocrine vs. N ervous. The nervous system brings about immediate responses, but the endocrine system is slower acting and regulates processes that occur over days or even months. Hormones.

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Managing the Breastfeeding Woman

Managing the Breastfeeding Woman

Managing the Breastfeeding Woman. SARAH BARTS, RD, LDN OB/GYN Registered Dietitian Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania sbarts@obgyn.upenn.edu. Objectives. To understand the benefits of breastfeeding for both the mother and the child.

By sandra_john
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Endocrine System Histology and Models

Endocrine System Histology and Models

Endocrine System Histology and Models. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM Dry Lab Questions. Function: maintain homeostasis Thymus gland (site of maturation of white blood cells) Thyroid gland (secretes thyroid hormone and calcitonin) Parathyroid gland (secretes parathyroid hormone)

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Importance of the Endocrine System

Importance of the Endocrine System

Importance of the Endocrine System. Hormones. Chemical regulators produced by cells that affect cells in another part of the body. Endocrine hormones are produced by endocrine glands and are secreted into the blood. Transported by blood to cells in another part of the body.

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Brain Based Learning

Brain Based Learning

Brain Based Learning. Dr. Rodney Davis. EDU 6629. Topics to be Covered. 1. Brain function?. 2. Brain myths and facts. 3. Lessons from neuroscience. 4. Applications for education. Brain Function. The Brain Performs an incredible number of functions:

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Reproductive system

Reproductive system

Reproductive system. Reproductive system. Gametic meiosis All Animal Kingdom Gametes made by diploid organism directly by meiosis Syngamy makes zygote, which develops into adult. Fertilization. External: Eggs and sperm released outside of bodies of male/female

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SEPTO-OPTIC DYSPLASIA

SEPTO-OPTIC DYSPLASIA

SEPTO-OPTIC DYSPLASIA. SOD: Definition. Variable combination of midline forebrain abnormalities, eye abnormalities and pituitary abnormalities Rare: reported incidence 1/50000; probably commoner 2/3 features to make the diagnosis Commoner in younger mothers. Forebrain abnormalities.

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BRIEF History of endocrinology

BRIEF History of endocrinology

BRIEF History of endocrinology. Iendocrinology.com. THREE PERIODS IN HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF ENDOCRINOLOGY. DESCRIPTIVE PERIOD PERIOD OF ANALYTICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY CONTEMPORARY PERIOD/SYNTHETIC ENDOCRINOLOGY. I. DESCRIPTIVE PERIOD. Anatomical description.

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Hormones of the Body

Hormones of the Body

Hormones of the Body. We’ll go through all the glands and the hormones they produce in this PowerPoint Presentation!. By Dawn Tamarkin, Ph.D. Springfield Technical Community College. The Hypothalamus: Located in the brain, this region controls most endocrine secretions

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The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System. Endocrine system . Includes all cells and endocrine tissues that produce hormones or paracrine factors. Endocrine vs Nervous System. Nervous system performs short term crisis management Endocrine system regulates long term ongoing metabolic

By fausto
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Lecture # 14: The Endocrine System 1

Lecture # 14: The Endocrine System 1

The Endocrine System (Chapter 17). Lecture # 14: The Endocrine System 1. Objectives. 1- To define hormone and E ndocrine S ystem. 2- To describe the gross and microscopic anatomy of the different organs of the endocrine system. 3- To contrast endocrine and exocrine glands.

By chilton
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4.04 Understand the Functions and Disorders of the ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

4.04 Understand the Functions and Disorders of the ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

4.04 Understand the Functions and Disorders of the ENDOCRINE SYSTEM. 4.04 Understand the Functions and Disorders of the ENDOCRINE SYSTEM. What are the functions of the endocrine system? What are some disorders of the endocrine system?

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