Photograph on endocrine glands tissue or organ that produces and secrete useful chemicals.The endocrine gland is said to be a tubeless spring.Helps the nervous system control various physical activities.Endocrine glands produce and secrete hormones that are passed through the blood to the whole body. The organ or tissue in which hormones affect is called the target organ.When the target organ is reached, certain actions take place.Hormones control the physical process of growth, development, and reproduction.It also regulates the body's response to stress and keeps the chemical composition of the blood within its normal range.It also regulates the process of converting food into energy and bio-organization.Endocrine glands produce one or more hormones.Some of these springs are divided into two or more parts and release different hormones. For example, adrenal glands are divided into cortical and water quality.The adrenal cortex produces cortisol and Aldosterone.The adrenal glands make adrenaline and nordenalineThe pituitary gland is a very important endocrine line that consists of two parts: the anterior and the posterior. The anterior part of the pituitary gland secrete hormones that control the secretion of many other endocrine glands.It's controlled by the hypothalamus in the brain.The hypothalamus is made up of nerve tissue and serves as the main link between the body's endocrine glands and the nervous system.Sam, who maintains the dominance of the pituitary gland or nervous system, responds to changes in various chemical moles. For example, if the calcium level in the blood drops below normal, the paratormone is released, causing the calcium level in the blood to rise.An abnormality in endocrine glands affects hormone secretion.Hormones are caused mostly by tumors. Insufficient secretion is due to the partial destruction of the spring.In rare cases, infections can lead to accidental attacks on healthy tissue and partial destruction of the spring.