← Endocrine IB 131 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Cortex is composed of three layers
(zones). What are they?
- What produces two hormones:
- Thyroid hormone (TH)
- The Pancreas contains what?
- What increases blood concentration of Ca2+?
- Pineal gland is located where?
- a Zona glomerulosa, Zona fasciculata, Zona reticularis
- b Thyroid gland
- c Chief cells
- d endocrine and exocrine cells
- e on the roof of the diencephalon
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- melatonin secretion which can cause a mild sedative effect
- the secondary capillary plexus and then
enter the general circulation
- Beta cells (β cells)
- other glands
- amine hormones epinephrine and norepinephrine
5 True/False Questions
What are pure endocrine organs? → Pituitary, pineal, thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands
What influences only specific tissues—target
cells? → The Endocrine System
Nerve supply of what glands is almost exclusively sympathetic fibers? → the anterior neck
What happens when Follistatin binds to activin and blocks its action? → Hypothalamus
After the hormones secreted by the anterior lobe enter the secondary capillary plexus and then enter the general circulation, what does it do next? → travel to target organs