What is the main effect of glucagon? A inhibits activity in the small intestine B increases fat storage in adipose tissue cells C reduces glucose levels in the blood D stimulates the liver to release glucose into blood?
An easy way to remember its function
Is that it is released when ‘glucose is gone’
So it’s aim is to increase the levels of circulating glucose
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