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(a) Thyroxin controls metamorphosis in insects.

(b) Insulin—regulates blood sugar.

(c) Adrenalin—increases heart rate and supply of blood to various organs.

(d) Growth hormone—regulates growth and development.

(e) Testosterone—controls the secondary sexual charaters in male. 

 

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(a) Thyroxin controls metamorphosis in insects.

(b) Insulin—regulates blood sugar.

(c) Adrenalin—increases heart rate and supply of blood to various organs.

(d) Growth hormone—regulates growth and development.

(e) Testosterone—controls the secondary sexual charaters in male. 

 

Answer

(a) Thyroxin controls metamorphosis in insects.

(b) Insulin—regulates blood sugar.

(c) Adrenalin—increases heart rate and supply of blood to various organs.

(d) Growth hormone—regulates growth and development.

(e) Testosterone—controls the secondary sexual charaters in male. 

 

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