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5 Matching questions

  1. Hypophysiotropic horms
  2. Category 3 horm's (ACTH, aMSH, BLPH)
  3. Food intake and MSH
  4. Category 2 horm's (FSH, LH, TSH)
  5. Insulin
  1. a derived from pro-opiomelanocortin (POMC)
  2. b regulate activity of endocrine cells of hypophysis
  3. c aMSH binding to melanocortin4 reduces food intake (inc leptin, inc MSH); inhibition of Mc4r causes overeating and obesity (Agouti protein inhibits Mc4r)
  4. d double chained w/ 2 subunits (alpha and beta; alpha same w/i spp, B determines hormone specificity)
  5. e hypoglycemic hormone that dec BSG levels, inc m/m of glucose into cells

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Produced by I cells of duodenum; stimulus for release: HCL, AA, FAs
  2. integrated functional units; important in rapid color change in amphibians and reptiles (ex: green anole lizard, brown vs green)
  3. excess glucose in blood binds to proteins, glycosylated proteins accumulate in eye membranes, kidneys, nerves, vascular system and other organs, inhibi nl fxn
  4. insulin replacement; monitor BSG levels; B cell transplant; insertion fo insulin gene in other cell types
  5. polypeptide essential for life; fxns to inc blood CA levels, produced by chief cells of parathyroid gland;

5 True/False questions

  1. Alpha melanocyte stimulating hormone (alpha MSH)in pars intermedia

          

  2. Physiological color changeslow (days/weeks), inc pigment/# pigment cells, involves epidermal melanophores, aMSH stimulates melanin sythesis and/or inc number of melanophores

          

  3. Acidophilic cellsyellow/orange/red pigments; carotenoids/pteridines; located in dermis

          

  4. Morphological color changeslow (days/weeks), inc pigment/# pigment cells, involves epidermal melanophores, aMSH stimulates melanin sythesis and/or inc number of melanophores

          

  5. Insulin metabolismRK activated receptor phosphorylates tyrosines of proteins; Glucose transporter systems;

          

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