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When someones blood becomes too concentrated, antidiuretic hormone is released and acts on the nephrons to….

When someones blood becomes too concentrated, antidiuretic hormone is released and acts on the nephrons to reabsorb more water. When the blood reaches normal concentration, _____________.
(a)the hypothalamus signals the posterior pituitary to stop relasing ADH
(b)the cerebellum signals the pituitary to stop releasing ACTH
(c)the posterior pituitary senses this normal blood concentration and stops releasing ADH
(d)the pineal gland signals the posterior pituitary to continue releasing ADH

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  1. Rose is .. correct here. The hypothalamus controls ALL the pituitary functions. Some are in reverse, where the hypothalamus turns the pituitary off, but ALL the pituitary functions are controlled by the hypothalamus.
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