Pancreas, Mammary glands
It is both an endocrine (gland that secretes hormones; insulin, glucagon, and somatostatin, among others...) and a digestive gland (breaks down sugars). Search Wikipedia for Pancreas and it'll give you the "details".
The glands in human body are of two types. One is exocrine glands and the other isendocrine glands. The exocrine glands produce fluid secretions that are delivered by tubes or ducts either to the body surface for example glands of skin or to the inner regions where these are required for example pancreas delivers its pancreatic juice to the intestine for digesting food etc. Endocrine glands produce secretions called hormones that are not carried by ducts but are passed into the blood streamand carried to the target area by blood circulation. The following endocrine glands are present in human body; pituitary gland, pancreas (islets of langerhans), thyroid gland, adrenal glands, and gonads. The function of endocrine glands is very much inter-related. Several of the hormones produced by them serve only to alter the functions of other endocrine glands. They serve as double check automatic control over one another. The pituitary gland is known as master gland in the body and plays an important role in several ways. It has certain hormones which have direct action on the body for example the growth hormone. Thyroid gland is located in the neck and fits closely around the from and side of trachea just below the organ of voice of larynx.Endocrine glands lose their connection to the surface, and are often called ductless glands. Their secretions diffuse directly into the blood vessels that weave through the glands. Exocrine glands retain their ducts and their secretions empty through the ducts to the epithelieal surface. They are both internal and external.The function of the endocrine system is to secrete regulatory hormones into the bloodstream, whereas the exocrine system is designed to secrete substances other than hormones, into ducts which lead to the external environment. To compare structure, endocrine glands are far more vascular, and do not require ducts. Endocrine glands include such organs as the pituitary and adrenal glands. Exocrine glands include such things as sweat, salivary and mammary glands.Not all glands are exclusively endocrine or exocrine; the pancreas produces both insulin which is released into the bloodstream, and pancreatic juices which are directed into the digestive tract via the pancreatic duct.Endocrine Glands eventually lose their ducts, they are often call doctles glands; they produce hormones.Exocrine Glands secrete their products into body surfaces (skin) or body cavities, they include mucous, sweat, osl, and salivary glands.Unicellular exocrine glands produ mucin a glyro protain that dissolve in water when secreted, once disolve musin forms mucus. In globe cells mucin distine the top of the cell, making the cell look like a glass with a steam.
The Adrenal gland. As a point of interest the gland is named for is position above the kidney. Ad=above renal=kidney. The supstance it produces is called adrenaline. So the gland is named for its position and the hormoned named after the gland, logical no? But some people (Americans) think the rest of the world should call the hormone epinephrine simply because that's what they have been calling it...
It is incorrect to call the pituitary gland the master gland, which it is often called, because the pituitary gland is controlled by the hypothalamus so its not the master gland.
Insulin is an endocrine hormone secreted by the pancreas. You could call it endocrine or pancreatic secretion.
The hypothalamus or the master gland. We were used to call it as pituitary gland before.
yes, that's why they call it the master gland.
the motor glands
Pores ====================== Nope, it's the sebaceous gland, and you can blaim it for your acne vulgaris (spots).
You call them hormones. Hormones are poured in the blood. They are transported by blood to give effect at some distant place in your body.
Because They have a defense gland located in their brain which allows them to give off signals which we call "Names"
Often it's an endocrinologist you go to. They specialize in the endocrine system. Some people continue to go to their regular doctors.
You call it a hermaphrodite
I would suggest that you don't do it yourself. You could end up harming your dog or making things worse. If you feel like it is something that can be done at home, then you should call your vet and ask them. I have no idea what gland needs to be drained or why it needs to be drained. You should just call your dogs vet to be safe.
In some respects it could be loosely termed a gland, as it excretes blood, but it is most commonly referred to as a muscle, as contractions are required to pump blood out through the pulmonary artery and aorta. Some people also call it an organ...
when somebody can right with both hands with equal strength then you call it ambidextrous and what a coincidence i am ambidextrous.
You can call it anything you want!
They call him Glam, which is both ;)
Both were for freedom
Boys are stupid. So they might be afraid to call so you call them up.
Bisexual - meaning liking both