5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- All hormones affect their target tissues by forming first a what?
- What is an anterior pituitary hormone produced by acidophils, that affects nearly all tissue capable of growth, and is partly a tropic hormone?
- How does an increase in gluco-corticoids affect the liver?
- How is T3 deactivated?
- What makes up adult bone?
- a 1. organic matrix (30%)- collagen fibers and ground substance.
2. Salts (70%) crystalline hydroxyapatite
- b increase in weight
- c by peripheral tissue de-iodinases and excreted via liver after conjugated with glucoronic acid
- d hormone-receptor complex
- e growth hormone (somatotropin)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- addisons disease = hypoadrenocorticism
- secondary DM or type III
- defects of the thyroid gland (autoimmune, lymphocytic infiltration or idiopathic atrophy)
- largely controls homeostasis, involved in emotions, stress, fear, control of hunger, thirst, sexual behavior
- a catabolic situation
5 True/False Questions
What are the actions of D hormone? → increases intestinal and renal calcium and phosphate absorption, increases mobilization of bone
What is the adenohypophysis formed from rathkes pouch = glandular epithelium produces and secretes hormones under hypothalamic control? → anterior pituitary
How does thyroid hormones affect the CNS? → after dissociation from receptor, after internalization of receptor-hormone complex or degredation
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
What hormones is the zona fasciculata responsible for? → mineralo-corticoids (90% aldosterone)