5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are thyroid hormones, dopamine, melatonin, epinephrine (hydrophilic)?
- Dwarfism and early aging often affect the entire pituitary gland, what is this called?
- What can decrease calcium levels?
- What does corticotropin releasing hormone stimulate?
- What do hypovolemia and low blood pressure stimulate?
- a amines= tyrosine derived
- b release of renin, angiotensin, aldosterone
- c release of corticotropin = ACTH from anterior pituitary
- d calcitonin
- e panhypopituitarism
5 Multiple choice questions
- remodeling of bone
- stimulus, hormone production / secretion, target cell response, metabolic change
- cell membrane
- larger pre-pro-hormones (pre and pro sequences are cleaved off leaving actual hormones)
- high plasma glucose levels
5 True/False questions
What are synthetic hormones that mimic the hormones action? → agonists
How does an increase in glucocorticoids affect the blood glucose? → increase in hyperglycemia, steroid diabetes
What are large protein molecules, are highly specific for their hormone, have high affinity for their hormone? → agonists
When is the highest concentration of ACTH and cortisol? → during animals activity phase
How do thyroid hormones affect growth and body weight in an adult animal? → controlled by hypothalamic GH releasing hormone and GH inhibiting hormone