5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Gas, Steroid, thyroid hormones
- an autoimmune disease that
- Several endocrine glands plus many hormone secreting cells in organs that have functions besides secreting hormones
- Growth hormone Releasing hormone
- Releaseing and inhibiting hormones synthesized by hypothalamic neurosecretory cells are transported within axons and released at the axon terminals.
- a What is the purpose of the hyphyseal portal system?
- b What does ghrh stand for?
- c What does the endocrine system consist of?
- d What are the 3 principle classes of lipid soluble hormones?
- e What is graves disease?
5 Multiple choice questions
- WHat hormones are released by follicular cells of the thyroid gland?
- What are the effects does the graves disease have?
- What is the general term for hormones which will stimulate the anterior pituitary to realease its hormones?
- What the hgh stand for?
- When is oxytocin released?
5 True/False questions
just below the larnyx (voice box) → Where is the thyroid gland located?
Diabetes insipidus → List the slak like structure which attaches the pituitary gland to the hypothalamus?
Vasopressin → WHat is antidiuretic hormone's other name?
by chemically binding specific protein receptors → Where are receptors located?
in adequate release of a hormone → hypersecretion