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Philadelphia: Saunders. 1 Which endocrine glands secrete the following hormones: (a) calcitonin, (b) melatonin, (c) glucagon, (d) gastrin? 2 Each of the following glands secretes two primary hormones. Name the hormones from (a) duodenum, (b) ovary. 3 Name the two parts of the adrenal gland and the two hormones secreted from each part. 4 Name the five steroid hormones. 5 Name the hormones produced in the following glands: (a) testis, (b) stomach, (c) thyroid, (d) pancreas (£ cells). 6 Which endocrine gland is important for the development of the immune system?