16.Epinephrine and norepinephrine stored in ____________________ granules in the adrenal : 1417412
16.Epinephrine and norepinephrine are stored in ____________________ granules in the adrenal gland.
17.The chemical reactions involving the three classes of energy-rich organic molecules are collectively known as ____________________ metabolism.
18.____________________ refers to the synthesis of larger organic molecules from smaller organic molecules.
19.The ____________________ is the principal site for metabolic interconversions of nutrient molecules.
20.____________________ is the primary trigger for the release of insulin from pancreatic beta cells.
21._________________ and ______________ causes glycogenolysis and, thereby, help to counteract decreasing blood sugar levels.
22.Incomplete oxidation of fatty acids yields a group of compounds called ____________________ that can be utilized by the brain for energy during starvation.
23.The three hormonal factors that influence Ca2+ metabolism are ____________________, ____________________, and ____________________.
24.Bone is a living tissue composed of an organic extracellular matrix impregnated with ____________________ crystals consisting primarily of ____________________ salts.
25.Calcitonin is produced by the ____________________ of the ____________________.