5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Where are hormones produced?
- What inhibits glucagon secretion?
- What hormones are the zona glomerulosa responsible for?
- The activated hormone-receptor complex binds to a DNA acceptor site and initiates gene transcription, what does this mean?
- What are indirect effects of growth hormone via hepatic IGF?
- a high plasma glucose levels
- b new proteins are synthesized
- c endocrine/gland cells
- d protein anabolic, increases amino acid uptake, DNA / RNA synthesis, protein synthesis, and mitotic rates
- e mineralo-corticoids (90% aldosterone)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- thyroid hormones regulate the basic metabolic activity of most tissues and ensure that energy is available
- thyroid hormones = protein anabolic
- Acromegaly caused by GH producing tumors in the pituitary gland in cats and continuously high progesterone levels in dogs
- increase in glucose absorption / uptake, glucose utilization for energy, glucose production
5 True/False Questions
How does thyroid hormone excess affect the circulatory and respiratory system? → tachycardia, hypertension, tachypnoe
Stress stimulates the hypothalamus to release what? → TSH
Would removal of the thyroid gland / C cells have a large effect on calcium balance? → absolute or relative excess of glucagon
How does an increase in gluco-corticoids affect the liver? → increase in weight
What is the key phrase for glucagon? → increases intestinal and renal calcium and phosphate absorption, increases mobilization of bone