Hormones are produced throughout the body by endocrine glands. The hypothalamus is the key regulator of many hormonal processes, producing either stimulatory or inhibitory hormones that act on the pituitary gland. Of the pituitary hormones, some may again act on other endocrine organs—the adrenal glands, gonads, thyroid, and parathyroid glands—while others act directly on their target organs. Many of these hormones are part of regulatory hormonal cascades involving a hypothalamic hormone, one or more pituitary hormones, and one or more target gland hormones. They are important to understand, as they regulate a large portion of human physiology.
Yes , endocrine system is a complexly complicated system and explained so well. Many thanks indeed to a doctor Carlo Raj.
Great Lecture! Brings the connection between the receptors and their activities in a way that is easy to comprehend and recall. Very well organized for a lecture under 20 minutes!
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