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5 Matching Questions

  1. polypeptide hormones
  2. insulin
  3. estrogens
  4. dysmenorrhea
  5. exocrine gland
  1. a painful menstrual crams, excess PGF2 alpha synthesis, treat with PG synthesis inhibitors
  2. b a duct gland that releases a hormone or hormones
  3. c a two chained polypeptide hormone
  4. d hormones consisting of amino acids that are joined by peptide bonds, may be stored prior to release, released phasicly, transported free in blood
  5. e steroids with feminizing effects

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. inhibit blood platelet aggregation, syntesized by endothelial cells of blood vessels, travel to platelets and decrease free Ca2+
  2. estradiol increases progesterone receptors
  3. specialized neurons that carry action potentials and release neurohormones
  4. tyrosine kinase part of receptor, hormone binding to receptor activates tyrosine kinase, receptor for insulin and epidermal growth factor
  5. used to measure bound labeled hormone as indicated by color change caused by enzyme reacting with added substrate

5 True/False Questions

  1. discovery of hormonessulfation and glucornoide formation makes these soluable in water to get out of system

          

  2. cyclic guanosine monophosphate cGMP 2nd messengertransmembrane form as well as soluble form of gyanylate cyclase, cGMP inactivated by cGMP phosphodiesterase

          

  3. permissive effectone hormone must be present for another hormone to act (thyroxine required for GH induced brain growth)

          

  4. steroid and thyroid hormoneshormones consisting of amino acids that are joined by peptide bonds, may be stored prior to release, released phasicly, transported free in blood

          

  5. earl sutherlanda ductless gland that releases a hormone directly into the blood

          

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