Prolactin - vertebrates, Biology

Prolactin - Vertebrates

Prolactin is secreted by the pituitary gland in fishes, some amphibians, birds and mammals it acts on the organs concerned with water and electrolyte balance. In migratory fishes Prolactin secretion promotes the physiological changes. It inhibits loss of salts and stimulates production of copius urine low in ionic content.

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