Actions of Growth Hormone.
Erythropoiesis (production of red blood cells) will occur when there are not enough red blood cells (RBCs) in circulation. Therefore the stimulation for erythropoiesis to occur is too few RBCs in the blood, which can be termed 'anaemia'.
The Parathyroid hormone has a decrease in plasma calcium. It uses a Pentagastrin as stimulation for its release.
False( When a stimulus acts on a neuron, it increases the permeability of the stimulated point of its membrane to sodium ions. )
It acts on inferior pitutory.It triggers secretion of growth hormone.
Hypoxia in the blood triggers erythropoiesis.