cell-->secretion-->function: 1)mucus cell-->goblet cells-->acidic mucus, 2)chief cell-->pepsinogen-->protein digesting enzyme, 3) parietal cell-->HCl and intinsic factor-->provides surface area, and 4) G cell-->gastrin(hormone)-->regulates stomach secretion.
Normally, cervical glands produce a clear mucus secretion.
Sebaceous Glands and Sudoriferous glands
Insulin secreted by the pancreas.
Insulin is the main regulator of blood glucose.
(Science: chemical) a small glycoprotein hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary. Lh plays an important role in controlling ovulation and in controlling secretion of hormones by the ovaries and testes.chemical name: Luteinizing hormone
Testosterone does not produce a hormone it IS a hormone.
Estrogen is a female hormone.
The hormone whose name means "flow of urine from the kidney" is antidiuretic hormone (ADH).
The secretion is saliva.