Thyroid Activation Following Dehydration
β-adrenergic stimulation can stimulate drinking (1), partly by activating the renal renin-angiotensin system (2,3,4,5), partly by activating the vascular receptors just as the systemic blood pressure starts to fall (6).
KeywordsDaily Food Intake Adrenergic Nerve Partial Dehydration Thyroid Epithelial Cell Thyroid Weight
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