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  1. Monday, 19 SeptemberChapter 11 The Endocrine System • Classes of hormones • The adrenal gland • Fates of hormones • Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System • Control of hormone secretion • Hormone interactions (permissive effects)

  2. 1QQ # 6 • Stress leads to the secretion of epinephrine which alters the metabolism of many cell types. Describe the effects of EPI on two different cell types and explain how these effects are beneficial to the person. • Starting with the arrival of carbohydrates in the stomach list the sequence of events, cell types, and hormone(s) that comprise a feedforward mechanism. What is the purpose of this feedforward mechanism? • Beginning with the ingestion of a large amount of sugar, list the sequence of events in a reactive hypoglycemic person that ultimately leads to a headache, fast heart rate, and cold, clammy skin.

  3. Endocrine Organs (Table 11-1) Hormone Paracrine agent Autocrine agent Neurotransmitter Neuromodulator • Pituitary Gland • Thyroid Gland • Pancreas • Gonads • Gastrointestinal Tract • Heart • Kidney • Hypothalamus • Liver • Etc. Hormone: chemical messengers carried by blood to target cellsupon which they act. Only those cells having receptors Can respond to a given hormone Analogy: SSNs and receptors

  4. 3 Chemical Classes of Hormones • 1: Amine hormones (from amino acid tyrosine) • Thyroid hormones • Adrenal medullary hormones (catecholamines) • 2: Peptide hormones (peptides & proteins) • 3: Steroid Hormones (derivatives of cholesterol) Why does the chemical class matter?

  5. ThyroidHormones Not soluble in plasma, bound & free Adrenalmedulla Catecholaminessoluble in plasma Fig. 11.01 AmineHormones NT NT

  6. Steroid hormones Fig. 11.03 not soluble in plasma, not storable in vesicles Bound & Free Target cells have intracellular receptors.Changes is gene expression.Timecourse?

  7. Examples of Peptide Hormones:Insulin, glucagonprolactin, erythropoietin,parathyroid hormone,gastrin, leptin, growth hormone,oxytocin, vasopressin,FSH, LH, GHRH, andmany more! Fig. 11.02 Peptide Hormones Soluble in plasma e.g.Beta cell Guess peptide! Cell surface receptors on target cells

  8. Know Table 11-2 p 323 • Hormone class • Major form in plasma • Location of receptors • Signal transduction mechanisms • Rate of excretion / metabolism

  9. Questions so far?

  10. Fig. 11.05 Hormones of the Adrenal Cortex Adrenal Gland Part of Sympathetic Nervous System

  11. Androgens Glucocorticoids Hormones of the Adrenal Cortex DHEA “Andro” Mineralicorticoid What regulates the secretion of cortisol and aldosterone?

  12. Fig. 11.06 Gonadal Steroids(not adrenal cortex) Estrogens King DS, Sharp RL, Vukovich MD, Brown GA, Reifenrath TA, Uhl NL, Parsons KA . Effect of oral androstenedione on serum testosterone and adaptations to resistance training in young men: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 1999; 281(21):2020-8

  13. T4 to T3 and Testosterone to Estradiol What happens to hormones once released? Be able to give Examples. Ex: Renin Fast if free Slow if bound

  14. Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone Renin is an enzyme released from kidney cells into bloodstream, its “substrate” is a plasma protein called Angiotensinogen. Renin Angiotensinogenfrom liver, anever-present plasma protein Angiotensin I Angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) Angiotensin II Thirst Zona Glomerulosa of Adrenal Cortex Arterial smooth muscle … vasoconstriction…increase blood pressure Aldosterone Promotes Na+ retention in Kidney

  15. Blood Pressure _______ Plasma volume Blood pressure (-) Renin from Juxtaglomerular cells in Kidney Multi-step process involving Angiotensin I and II Angiotensin II Aldosterone K+ in plasma Na+ reabsorption in kidney thirst Drink vasoconstriction

  16. T4 to T3 and Testosterone to Estradiol What happens to hormones once released? Be able to give Examples. Ex: Renin Fast if free Slow if bound

  17. Factors that affect hormone secretion Integrator! Recall example: beta cells of Islets of Langerhans Secretion is usually pulsative, may be diurnal.

  18. Fig. 11.08 Permissive effect Thyroid hormone stimulates production of beta-adrenergic receptors