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What condition triggers its release(e.g., glucose in blood)
1.Thyroid hormone
2.ADH
3. Aldosterone
4. Epinephrine
5. Melatonin
6. Estrogen

  • Physiology -

    Epinephrine triggers the "fight or flight" response, part of which involves releasee of glucose.

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