Adrenaline (advanced)

Adrenaline (advanced)

Adrenaline, also known as epinephrine, is a hormone produced in our body in stressful situations and plays an important role in the fight-or-flight response.

Biologija

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adrenalinas, Epinefrinas, Stresinė situacija, Stresas, Signalizacija reakcija, Hormonas, Neurotransmiteris, Simpatinė nervų sistema, Antinksčių medula, Vazokonstrikcija, Vazodilatacija, Katecholaminas, cukraus kiekis kraujyje, homeostazė, žmogus, biologija

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