5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Releaseing and inhibiting hormones synthesized by hypothalamic neurosecretory cells are transported within axons and released at the axon terminals.
- by chemically binding specific protein receptors
- Blood vessels, No
- Thyroxine & T4
- a what is the abbreviation for oxytocin?
- b How will hormone affect specific cells to perform a function?
- c What is the name of the blood supply which surrounds the hypothalamus and anterior pituitary gland? does this system supply the posterior pituitary gland?
- d What is the purpose of the hyphyseal portal system?
- e WHat hormones are released by follicular cells of the thyroid gland?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What is prolactin target?
- what are the tergets of oxytocin?
- Compare effects of endocrine system with those of nervous system
- What are the 3 principle classes of lipid soluble hormones?
- what does igf stand for?
5 True/False Questions
During delivery of the child birth and after delivery → what are the tergets of oxytocin?
Somatotropin, somatotropin hormone → What does sth stand for?
Diabetes insipidus → WHat is antidiuretic hormone's other name?
In the nucleus and sometimes the cytoplasm of the target cell → where will the lipid soluble receptors be located?
Secrete their products into ducts that carry the secretions into a body cavity, into a lumen of an organ, or onto the outer surface of the body → endocrine glands