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5 Matching Questions

  1. All hormones affect their target tissues by forming first a what?
  2. What is an anterior pituitary hormone produced by acidophils, that affects nearly all tissue capable of growth, and is partly a tropic hormone?
  3. How does an increase in gluco-corticoids affect the liver?
  4. How is T3 deactivated?
  5. What makes up adult bone?
  1. a 1. organic matrix (30%)- collagen fibers and ground substance.
    2. Salts (70%) crystalline hydroxyapatite
  2. b increase in weight
  3. c by peripheral tissue de-iodinases and excreted via liver after conjugated with glucoronic acid
  4. d hormone-receptor complex
  5. e growth hormone (somatotropin)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. addisons disease = hypoadrenocorticism
  2. secondary DM or type III
  3. defects of the thyroid gland (autoimmune, lymphocytic infiltration or idiopathic atrophy)
  4. largely controls homeostasis, involved in emotions, stress, fear, control of hunger, thirst, sexual behavior
  5. a catabolic situation

5 True/False Questions

  1. What are the actions of D hormone?increases intestinal and renal calcium and phosphate absorption, increases mobilization of bone

          

  2. What is the adenohypophysis formed from rathkes pouch = glandular epithelium produces and secretes hormones under hypothalamic control?anterior pituitary

          

  3. How does thyroid hormones affect the CNS?after dissociation from receptor, after internalization of receptor-hormone complex or degredation

          

  4. cAMP activates a what which phosphorylates other enzymes?hormone excess increases rapidity of cerebration, dissociation which leads to nervousness, excitability, anxiety and insomnia; hormone deficiency causes lethargy and somnolence

          

  5. What hormones is the zona fasciculata responsible for?mineralo-corticoids (90% aldosterone)

          

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