How many islets of Langerhans are present in a normal human pancreas?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 16th Jul, 2014, 07:53: AM
1 to 2 million
Answered by | 16th Jul, 2014, 09:53: AM
- Name the gland which has exocrine as well as endocrine secretions.
- Name the cells of the endocrine pancreas.
- State the two kinds of islets of Langerhans present in the pancreas.
- Name the cell which secretes glucagon.
- Which hormone do β-cells secrete?
- Name the hormone which stimulates glycogenesis.
- Name the processes which are initiated by the secretion of glucagon.
- Name the disorder caused by hyposecretion of insulin.
- Chemically hormones are categorised as peptide hormones, steroids, non-peptide hormones, amines etc. According to you, in which categories glucagon and insulin hormones can be placed? Name the cells on which glucagon and insulin show their influence.
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