Match each description of a hormone's action to the correct target tissue.
• Erythropoeitin stimulates increased production of this tissue
• Epinephrine binds to muscarinic receptors in this tissue to cause increased secretion of sweat.
• Hyperglycemia stimulates these cells to secrete insulin.
• Insulin stimulates this tissue to convert glucose to triglycerides.
• Epinephrine stimulates the beta receptors of this tissue producing cAMP production and calcium permeability.
• Parathyroid hormone stimulates this tissue to release calcium.
• Follicle-stimulating hormone stimulates the production of sperm in this tissue.
• Growth hormone stimulates chondroblasts and hyperplasia in this tissue and ossification of matrix.
• Growth hormone stimulates this tissue to hypertrophy in response to mechanical trauma.
• Bone tissue
• Blood tissue
• Adipose tissue
• Cardiac tissue
• Skeletal muscle tissue
• Merocrine sweat glands
• Seminiferous tubules
• Pancreatic islets
• Hyaline cartilage
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