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Concept of organization centre ing to a few other groups , in particular the insects and sea urchins , but the interpretation of the experimental results in these animals is less satisfactory than in the case of vertebrates .
It has been suggested that the disease results either from excessive adrenal - stimulating hormone from the pituitary or from an ... Underproduction of hormone is most often the result of destruction of hormone - secreting cells .
The variety of symptoms , the internal and external expressions of disease , that result from any disease form the symptom complex , which , together with the accompanying signs , makes up the syndrome of the disease .
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