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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
alimentary part of gastrointestinal system +  
aqueous drainage system +  
cardiovascular system +  
circulatory system +  
dermatological-muscosal system 
digestive system +  
endolymphatic system 
entire sense organ system +  
excretory system +  
exocrine system +  
Anatomical system that consists of the glands and parts of glands that produce exocrine secretions and help to integrate and control bodily metabolic activity. Exocrine glands are glands that secrete their products (hormones) into ducts (duct glands). They are the counterparts to endocrine glands, which secrete their products (hormones) directly into the bloodstream (ductless glands) or release hormones (paracrines) that affect only target cells nearby the release site. [Wikipedia].
genitourinary system +  
glymphatic system 
gustatory system +  
hematopoietic system +  
hemolymphoid system +  
hypothalamus-pituitary axis 
integumental system +  
lacrimal apparatus +  
lobar bronchus alveolar system 
lymphoid system +  
molecular system +  
musculoskeletal system +  
nervous system +  
neuroendocrine system +  
organ +  
organ system subdivision +  
pancreatic system 
renal collecting system +  
reproductive system +  
respiratory system +  
tectorial restraint system 
vascular system +  
ventricular system of brain +  
ventricular system of central nervous system +  
water vascular system +  

Exact Synonyms: exocrine glandular system
Xrefs: CALOHA:TS-2057 ;   EHDAA2:0002225 ;   EMAPA:35329 ;   FMA:85539 ;   MA:0002411 ;   NCI:C12957 ;   UMLS:C1516995 ;   Wikipedia:Exocrine_gland ;   WikipediaCategory:Exocrine_system
Definition Sources: Wikipedia:Exocrine_gland

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