Superior Parathyroid Glands – Anatomy, Structure, Functions

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Superior Parathyroid Glands/Parathyroid glands¬†are four small¬†glands¬†of the endocrine system which regulate the calcium in our bodies.¬†Parathyroid glands¬†are located in the neck behind the thyroid where they continuously monitor and regulate blood calcium levels. Parathyroid glands¬†are small¬†endocrine¬†glands¬†in the neck of humans Read More ….>

Parathyroid Glands – Anatomy, Types, Structure, Functions

Parathyroid glands¬†are four small¬†glands¬†of the endocrine system which regulate the calcium in our bodies.¬†Parathyroid glands¬†are located in the neck behind the thyroid where they continuously monitor and regulate blood calcium levels. Parathyroid glands¬†are small¬†endocrine¬†glands¬†in the neck of humans and other¬†tetrapods. Read More ….>

Endocrine System – Anatomy, Types, Functions

The¬†endocrine system¬†is the collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate metabolism, growth and development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, sleep, and mood, among other things. The¬†endocrine system¬†is a messenger system comprising feedback loops of the¬†hormones¬†released by internal¬†glands¬†of an¬†organism¬†directly into Read More ….>

Neurotransmitters and Receptors

Neurotransmitters and Receptors/Neurotransmitters¬†are chemical messengers that transmit a signal from a¬†neuron¬†across the¬†synapse¬†to a target cell, which can be a different neuron,¬†muscle cell, or¬†gland cell. Neurotransmitters are¬†chemical substances¬†made by the neuron¬†specifically to¬†transmit a message.[rx] Neurotransmitters are released from¬†synaptic vesicles¬†in synapses into Read More ….>