Which must be available for thyroxine to be synthesized?
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Asked in Thyroid
Thyroxine and triiodothyronine are synthesized in the thyroid gland from?
When the thyroid receives thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) from the pituitary gland it produces triiodothyronine which is commonly referred to as T3, and thyroxine which is commonly referred to as T4. These hormones regulate the metabolism, protein synthesis and sensitivity to other hormones in the body.
Asked in Medical Terminology
What is the medical term meaning hypersercretion of thyroxine?
Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
Why schouldnt a person take thyroxine with antidepressants?
Asked in Animal Life
The thyroid produces a hormone called thyroxine what is the role of it in humans?
Asked in Biology, Ecosystems, Genetics
An organic nutrient that cannot be synthesized by the organism and must be provided is called?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What are the names of the 20 different types of amino acid in the human body?
Non-essential amino acids can be created from other chemicals found in the body. Essential can not and must be found in food. Here is a list of the different amino acids: Non-essential * Alanine (synthesized from pyruvic acid) * Arginine (synthesized from glutamic acid) * Asparagine (synthesized from aspartic acid) * Aspartic Acid (synthesized from oxaloacetic acid) * Cysteine * Glutamic Acid (synthesized from oxoglutaric acid) * Glutamine (synthesized from glutamic acid) * Glycine (synthesized from serine and threonine) * Proline (synthesized from glutamic acid) * Serine (synthesized from glucose) * Tryosine (synthesized from phenylalanine) Essential * Histidine * Isoleucine * Leucine * Lysine * Methionine * Phenylalanine * Threonine * Tryptophan * Valine