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2015-12-02T20:43:51+08:00
Parathyroid controls the calcium levels in the body and nomalizes bone growth. Thyroid regulates body metabolism and causes storage of calcium in bones. Pituitary stimulates growth and controls the functions of other glands. Testes control maturation and male characteristics. Ovaries influence female traits and support reproductive function.
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2015-12-02T21:00:29+08:00
Parathyroid - a gland which control the calcium levels in your body and it normalizes bone growth, and controls the concentration of calcium and phosphorus in the blood.

Thyroid - is a gland that regulates body metabolism and causes storage of calcium in bones,

Adrenal - is a gland that secretes a hormones into blood stream located at the upper of kidney , and jtprepares the body for action , it conrols heart rate, and breathing in times of emergency.

Pituitary - known as master of all glands, stimulates growth development.

Testes - is a gland that secretes andrigen and testestorone, (for male ) control maturation.

Ovaries - is a gland that secretes estrogen and progesterone (for female) control maturation, pregnancy and menstruation.
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