The endocrine glands are controlled by the nervous system. By acting on the endocrine glands, it stimulates or inhibits the formation of hormones. The connecting link between the nervous and endocrine systems is the hypothalamus – the part of the diencephalon, connected by the nerve paths to the pituitary gland, which is the most important endocrine gland. The hypothalamus receives information from various parts of the brain and sends it to the pituitary gland, which produces the so-called triple hormones (somatotropin, thyrotropin, gonadotropin, etc.) that regulate the work of all other endocrine glands. Thus, in the body of vertebrate animals, 15 including humans, there is a hypothalamic-pituitary system that performs neurotumoral regulation of the organs.
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