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Insulin And Glucagon Work Antagonistically To Each Other

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What are the Characteristics of Endocrine Glands Flashcards Matching Hangman Crossword Type In Quiz Test StudyStack Study Table Bug Match Hungry Bug Unscramble Chopped Targets Physiology Test 2 Question Answer What are the Characteristics of Endocrine Glands They are ductless, They secrete hormones DIRECTLY into the blood which are then carried to target cells, and other organs that secret hormones include the liver, heart, kidneys and adipose tissue. Similarities between Neurotransmitters and Hormones Both affect/bind to specific target site on cell. Both cause cellular changes in activity. Both can be turned off by removing stimulus or by being inactivated. What are the three types of hormones synergistic, antagonistic or permissive Synergistic Hormones 2+ hormones work together to produce an effect. Additive: work in the same way like epinephrine and norepinephrine both work to increase heart rate. Complimentary: each contribute a piece to an outcome like estrogen, oxytocin, and prolactin make milk. Permissive Hormones Permissive effect is when one hormone makes target cell more susceptible to another. Like estrogen makes uterus more sensitive to progesterone. Antagonistic Hormo Continue reading >>

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  1. Simran Sharma

    Glucagon and insulin are Antagonistic to each other. Justify the statement.

    Glucagon and insulin are Antagonistic to each other. Justify the statement.

  2. Bhageerathan

    Glucagon and insulin are antogonistic to each other.They both are secreted by pancreas.Glucagon is an enzyme whereas insulin is a harmone which regulates blood sugar levels.

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