Humoral regulation

Humoral regulation is one of the coordination mechanisms of physiological and biochemical processes through the liquid medium of the organism (blood, lymph and tissue fluid) through various biologically active substances secreted by organs and tissues in the process of their activity. An important role in humoral regulation play the glandsthat produce hormones (see); of great importance numerous ions, metabolites, individual chemical compounds, etc. So, it is known that C02, constantly formed in the process of metabolism, has a significant impact on the regulation of breathing.
Another example of humoral regulation is the allocation of juice pancreas. In the process of digestion hydrochloric acidcoming from the stomach that acts on the wall of the small intestines. The resulting substance (secretin, pancreozymin) enter the bloodstream and lead to selection of pancreatic juice.
Diseases, developing disorders humoral regulation, diverse, such as respiratory acidosis, arising during an asthma attack, asphyxia , and other breathing disorders. When acidosis is significantly reduced the rate of concentration of hydrogen ions (pH) in the blood and tissues, which is a serious threat to the life of the patient.