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  • Hormone
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  • Pheromones were an example of a biological hormone. Kira Carsen frequently referred to Doc as a walking hormone due to his near-constant flirting.
  • A hormone is a chemical substance which helps regulate processes in the body. Hormones are always secreted by glands and travel in the bloodstream. Hormones are usually for one organ (often called the 'target organ'). A Hormone can also be described as a chemical 'messenger'
  • A hormone is any one of a number of chemicals produced by the body's glands or organs that regulate the activities of other parts of the body. Many hormones now have artificial equivalents. The study of the effect of hormones on the body is known as endocrinology. Many diseases are the result of the body producing too much or too little of a given hormone. Some of the most common hormones are:
  • Hormone sind Stoffe zur Informationsübertragung im Körper (Botenstoff). Sie werden durch spezielle Zellen produziert und in den Körper abgeben um an anderer Stelle des Körpers eine Wirkung auszulösen. Oft werden Hormone durch innersekretorische/endokrine Drüsen gebildet (Drüsenhormone). Andere Hormone werden als Gewebshormone bezeichnet.
  • During pon farr, which was a Vulcan time of mating, cortical levels rose and fell, as the brain's regulatory system appeared to shut down when serotonin levels became unbalanced. (VOY: "Blood Fever") In female Vulcans, hormones and endorphins tended to rise to dangerous levels during the pon farr. (ENT: "Bounty") Being jealous about his behavior towards Kes, Neelix called Tom Paris "one big hormone walking around the ship." (VOY: "Phage")
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  • Pheromones were an example of a biological hormone. Kira Carsen frequently referred to Doc as a walking hormone due to his near-constant flirting.
  • Hormone sind Stoffe zur Informationsübertragung im Körper (Botenstoff). Sie werden durch spezielle Zellen produziert und in den Körper abgeben um an anderer Stelle des Körpers eine Wirkung auszulösen. Oft werden Hormone durch innersekretorische/endokrine Drüsen gebildet (Drüsenhormone). Andere Hormone werden als Gewebshormone bezeichnet. Glandotrope Hormone werden durch den Hypophysenvorderlappen (Adenohypophyse) im Zwischenhirn produziert und wirken auf die Aktivität von andere Hormondrüsen. Die Aktivität dieser Drüsen wird meist auch durch Sympathikus und Parasympathikus beeinflusst, was die enge Verknüpfung zwischen Hormonsystem und Nervensystem zeigt.
  • A hormone is a chemical substance which helps regulate processes in the body. Hormones are always secreted by glands and travel in the bloodstream. Hormones are usually for one organ (often called the 'target organ'). A Hormone can also be described as a chemical 'messenger'
  • During pon farr, which was a Vulcan time of mating, cortical levels rose and fell, as the brain's regulatory system appeared to shut down when serotonin levels became unbalanced. (VOY: "Blood Fever") In female Vulcans, hormones and endorphins tended to rise to dangerous levels during the pon farr. (ENT: "Bounty") Being jealous about his behavior towards Kes, Neelix called Tom Paris "one big hormone walking around the ship." (VOY: "Phage") To describe the obvious tension between Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres, The Doctor scanned the two with a medical tricorder and detected elevated hormonal levels. He advised them to take it easy or he'll have to declare a medical emergency. (VOY: "Revulsion") To find a reason for their "out of control" behavior, Paris told Torres that the Srivani could have been messing around with their hormones. (VOY: "Scientific Method")
  • A hormone is any one of a number of chemicals produced by the body's glands or organs that regulate the activities of other parts of the body. Many hormones now have artificial equivalents. The study of the effect of hormones on the body is known as endocrinology. Many diseases are the result of the body producing too much or too little of a given hormone. Some of the most common hormones are: * Human growth hormone (HGH) - produced in the pituitary gland - controls the general growth of body tissues, responsible for height. A deficiency of this hormone leads to short stature (e.g. a midget). Overproduction of this hormone in adolescence leads to gigantism. Production of this hormone into adulthood leads to acromegaly. * Testosterone - produced in the testicles (and to a lesser extent in the ovaries) - controls secondary male sexual characteristics, muscle and bone growth and aggression. * Estrogen - produced in the ovaries (and to a lesser extent in the testicles) - controls secondary female sexual characteristics and reproductive cycles. * Adrenaline - produced in the adrenal gland - heightens heart rate and respiration, reduces histamine response. * Insulin - produced in the pancreas - controls the ability of cells to take in glucose. * Glucagon - controls the ability of cells to refuse to take in glucose when blood sugar is low. * Thyroid hormone - produced in the thyroid gland - helps to control overall metabolism.
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