This video describes the function of the adrenal gland hormones and the stress response, including epinephrine, aldosterone, cortisol, and DHEA.
Adrenal Cortex and Medulla 0:10
Regions of the adrenal cortex 2:20
Aldosterone and blood pressure 4:11
Cushing’s disease and symptoms of excess cortisol 13:25
Addison’s disease and low cortisol 16:05
Cortisol daily secretion pattern 19:37
Summary chart 21:08
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I’m trying to find out which hormones the testes and ovaries produce that are similar, apart from testosterone and oestrogen. I know the ovaries also produce to smaller extend relaxin, inhibin, cortisol, vasopressin, oxytocin and DHEA. I’m wondering if the testes do so as well? Seeing they are very similar in function, form and aim. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I’ve research pubmed, sciencedirect etc. but nothing apart from inhibin, activin..
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