5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Because hormone effects are proportional to its concentration, what needs to happen?
- When does the hormone effect end?
- The hypothalamus is connected with the pituitary gland via what?
- What happens when hyperglycemia exceeds renal threshold, and glucosuria/ osmotic diuresis?
- Where is the receptor location for hydrophilic hormones?
- a after dissociation from receptor, after internalization of receptor-hormone complex or degredation
- b polyuria
- c hormone concentrations needs to be tightly controlled
- d hypophyseal stalk
- e cell membrane
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- high plasma glucose levels
- liver and kidney
- >30 steroid hormones
- secondary DM or type III
- follicle atrophy causes bilateral alopecia, myxedema, and pigmentation
5 True/False Questions
What do hypovolemia and low blood pressure stimulate? → glucagon secretion
How do thyroid hormones affect the growth and body weight of a young animal? → hormone excess accelerates growth, but epiphyses close early which means stunted and heavy body, hormone deficiency retards CNS and body growth
Where is the hormone stored? → a peripheral endocrine gland to produce / release its own hormones
How does thyroid hormones affect the CNS? → a peripheral endocrine gland to produce / release its own hormones
When is the highest concentration of ACTH and cortisol? → progesterone