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2+] is the primary intracellular signaling molecule controlling the fusion of secretory vesicles with the plasma membrane to release transmitters from neurons and hormones from endocrine cells (Martin, 2003).
Each granular gland consists of numerous alveoli or secretory vesicles that are surrounded by connective tissue (Hostetler & Cannon 1974; Cannon & Hostetler 1976; Alvarez et al.
2+] levels often lead to the release of many different kinds of stored hormones and other proteins from secretory vesicles (Kits and Mansvelder 2000).