5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Thyroxine & T4
- Gas, Steroid, thyroid hormones
- signals from the nervous system, chemical changes in the blood & other hormones
- Hypophyseal fossa on the sella tursica of the sphenoid bone?
- Several endocrine glands plus many hormone secreting cells in organs that have functions besides secreting hormones
- a What does the endocrine system consist of?
- b The pituitary gland, where is it located, what cranial bone is it located on and what is the name of the depression it is located?
- c What are the 3 principle classes of lipid soluble hormones?
- d What 3 things will regulate hormone secretion?
- e WHat hormones are released by follicular cells of the thyroid gland?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What condition do you have with little secreton of thyroid hormone at birth?
- How will the release of most hormones occur?
- what is the abbreviation for oxytocin?
- What is the effect of prolactin?
- where will the lipid soluble receptors be located?
5 True/False questions
Oxytocin & Antiduretic hormone? → What does sth stand for?
osmoreceptors activate the hypothalamic neurosecretary cells that synthesize and release → The receptor on the water soluble will be found where?
Growth hormone inhibiting hormone → What does ghih stand for?
Myxedema → What is the abbreviation for antidiuretic hormone?
the floor & part of the wall of the third vernticle → What function does the hypothalumus perform for the endocrine system?