5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What inhibits Histamine?
- replacement therapy
- RIA assumptions
- NO (reactions occur)
- a equal binding affinity for labeled and unlabeled hormones
- b Anti-histamines
- c promotes the utilization of fat by the body and is a precursor to the endorphins
- d Can you give subcutaneous calcium as long-term hypocalcemia treatment?
- e method of studying gland following ablation; hormones are given to determine the physiological effect of the absence of the gland.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Stimulates follicular selection and development; upregulates LH receptors; stimulates androgen binding protein (ABP) by Sertoli cells in males
- the organic processes (in a cell or organism) that are necessary for life (i.e. digestion, growth/building cells, elimination of waste, burning/storing fat, etc.)
- stimulates production of platelets
- F cells in the pancreatic islet
5 True/False questions
GnIH → Releasing inhibitory factor for prolactin
parabiosis → attachment of the circulatory system of one animal to another animal; used to determine the presence of an endocrine factor
What cells does GIP target? → Beta cells of the Pancreatic Islets and only operates when plasma glucose is above fasting levels.
What enzyme is necessary for CCK function? → Tyrosine Sulfate
What is bigger in a newborn, the adrenal medulla or adrenal cortex? → 11 beta hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase or HSD11 is the enzyme that inactivates cortisol by converting it to cortisone