parahormone

(from the article `hormone`) ...carbon dioxide, for example, is involved in the regulation of the respiratory activity of which it is a product, in insects as well as in ...
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parahormone

(par″ә-hor´mōn) a substance, not a true hormone, that has a hormone-like action in controlling the functioning of some distant organ.
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parahormone

A substance, product of ordinary metabolism, not produced for a specific purpose, that acts like a hormone in modifying the activity of some distant organ; e.g., the action of carbon dioxide on the control of breathing. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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parahormone

parahormone A substance, product of ordinary metabolism, not produced for a specific purpose, that acts like a hormone in modifying the activity of some distant organ; e.g., the action of carbon dioxide on the control of breathing.
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parahormone

Type: Term Pronunciation: par′ă-hōr′mōn Definitions: 1. A substance, the product of ordinary metabolism, not produced for a specific purpose, that acts like a hormone in modifying the activity of some distant organ, the action of carbon dioxide on the control of breathing.
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