5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Seminal vesicle, epididymis, and vas deferens
- growth and development of the mammary gland, increases lactose synthesis, proliferates mammary ductal epithelia
- corpus luteal
- a True or false a continuous stimulation of GnRH increases LH and FSH
- b What makes up the Mesonephric ducts?
- c Another major function of LH is the stimulation of the ___________ cells to produce progesterone
- d What is the result of increased prolactin levels? (3 things)
- e What helps the transfer of cholesterol from the outer mitochondrial membrane to the inner mitochondrial membrane in order
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What are the cells of the anterior pituitary that produce LH and FSH?
- What is the cellular mechanism of action of LH?
- True or false. The gonadal hormones act locally in an autocrine and paracrine fashion as well as on the entire body
- produced by ther sertoli cells and granulosa cells and forms complexes with activin and inhibin suppressing FSH
- What is the clinical use of hCG?
5 True/False Questions
contraction of myoepithelial cells, milk let down, and contraction of the smooth muscles of the uterus → What are the major functions of oxytocin?
anterior pituitary and gonads → This is produced by the tertiary pre-ovulatory follicle and regulates the function of the CL
relaxin → This hormone decreases myometrial contractility
granulosa and sertoli cells → FSH stimulates the ____________ cells to proliferate in ovaries and promotes the expression of the ______ gene
relaxin → inhibited by dopamine and increases milk production and mammary development; supresses gonadotropin