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5 Matching questions

  1. Glucagon
  2. Atrial natriuretic factor (ANF)
  3. Regulation of [Ca2+]
  4. Milk production and letdown
  5. Aldosterone (mineralocorticoid)
  1. a HEART -> KIDNEY: increases urination to decrease blood pressure
  2. b Parathyroid hormone and Calcitonin
  3. c ALPHA CELLS OF THE ISLETS OF LANGERHANS IN THE PANCREAS: secreted at low blood [glucose] and results in an increase in blood [glucose] and decrease in glycogen and fat storage
  4. d ADRENAL MEDULLA -> KIDNEY: increased Na+ reabsorption to increase blood pressure
  5. e Oxytocin and Prolactin

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. THYMUS: is involved in T-cell development during childhood.
  2. ANTERIOR PITUITARY: increases bone and muscle growth, increases cell turnover rate
  3. KIDNEY -> BONE MARROW: increases RBC synthesis
  4. POSTERIOR PITUITARY -> KIDNEY: water retention
  5. ANTERIOR PITUITARY -> OVARY/ TESTES: ovulation or testosterone synthesis

5 True/False questions

  1. ProgesteroneOVARIES / PLACENTA: leads to endometrial secretion, pregnancy

          

  2. Parathyroid hormone (PTH)PARATHYROIDS -> BONE, KIDNEY, SMALL INTESTINE: raises serum [Ca2+]

          

  3. Releasing and Inhibiting FactorsANTERIOR PITUITARY -> OVARY/ TESTES: ovulation or testosterone synthesis

          

  4. Sex steroidsADRENAL CORTEX: not normally important, but an adrenal tumor can overproduce these, causing masculinization or feminization.

          

  5. OxytocinTHYMUS: is involved in T-cell development during childhood.

          

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