n. [生化] 生長激素；植物生長素
a hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland; promotes growth in humans
growth axis hormone性長軸激素
growth stimulating hormone生長激素
growth anddifferentiation hormone生長分化激素
growth acceleration hormone促生長激素
growth h hormone生長激素
in children who are still growing, too much growth hormone can cause a condition called gigantism that leads to an abnormal increase in height as well as excess bone growth.
too much growth hormone short-circuits rem sleep.
human growth hormone has also been touted as a restorative elixir, even though research has indicated that it can't turn back the clock.
「if lacking growth hormone is associated with lack of cancer one could sort of assume that excessive growth hormone may be associated with increased cancer,」 he says.
the researchers say it should be possible to devise a drug or diet that would lower growth hormone levels.
together these two pieces of dna produce growth hormone during that lull, abolishing it.
insufficient sleep affects growth hormone secretion that is linked to obesity.
in combination, these two pieces of dna produce growth hormone during that lull, abolishing it.
he no longer had to eat every couple of hours; the excess growth hormone caused an overproduction of insulin, which sent his blood sugar plunging when he wasn’t maintaining a constant stream of food.
the longevity prize is held by an animal that could not make the receptor molecule for growth hormone and was thus a fraction of the size of normal mice.
it’s known that levels of growth hormone rise during certain stages of sleep.