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Name the two types of effector?
Glands and muscles.
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Name six stimuli that affect humans?
Chemicals, pain, sound, light, touch and temperature changes
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What is oestrogen, where is it produced and what does it do?
Oestrogen is a hormone produced in the ovaries, it inhibits the production of FSH, stimulates the production of LH and stimulates the womb lining to develop to receive the egg.
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What is FSH and where is it produced?
(Follicle stimulating hormone) FSH is made in the pituitary gland. IT causes the egg to mature and oestrogen to be produced.
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What is LH?
(Luteinising hormone) LH is also made in the pituitary gland and it stimulates the mature egg to be released from the ovary (ovulation)
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Name two internal conditions that needs controlling?
Temperature and water
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What is a synapse and how are impulses transmitted across it?
A junction between two neurons (motor and sensory). Chemicals are transmitted across the gap.
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What does a sensory neuron do?
Transmits the impulse to the CNS.
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What is FSH and where is it produced?

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What is LH?

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