#1: no, I don't think that translocation
would be right term, it's nothing on the cellular level
#2: hm, no, it's not what I mean to say. The local stressor may be a brief pain applied to a specific area of the skin/body (or irritation by UV radiation etc), and this may cause a localized
("to the site of the demand"
as it is expressed by others) response which is the production of G in the hair follicles at the site of the stressor demand, instead of an increase in G all over the body.
That's what "localization effect
" in the OP should express in short.
Anybody out there who may help ?
I tried to find the translation of stressor demand in "German missing", but didn't get any comments :-( related discussion: stressor demand