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5 Matching Questions

  1. Mech. of Action of Releasing Hormones
  2. increased AVP (vasopressin) causes water to be
  3. GnRH is secreted from?
  4. What are the medical complications to insulin deficiency?
  5. vasopressin
  1. a conserved
  2. b regulates extracellular fluid volume; promotes water movement
  3. c all of them use PLC to increase calcium and cuase ion gating that elicitys ap's in the target cells. exception is GHRH and SST which regualate AC-cAMP
  4. d Neuropathy, microangiopathy, retinopathy, nephropathy, foot ischemia, athersclerosis,
  5. e Arcuate Nucleus

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. This hormone promotes uterine contractility & controls bleeding.
  2. fully iodized thyroglobulin; contains 4 iodines
  3. a neurotransmitter involved in sleep, depression; precursor of melatonin
  4. severe hypothyroidism in children resulting in physical and mental stunting
  5. RLN

5 True/False Questions

  1. Long Loop FeedbackUltimate target tissues( e.g. goand or thyroid) feedback on pituitary, hypothalamus or CNS


  2. Where does Hypothalamic Output towards the Adenohypophysis StartExpressed in stomach, small intestine and a few hypothalamic neurons. In addition to GH stimulation Ghrelin also regulates feeding behavior and fat cell activity.


  3. Decreased total calcium (40% is protein bound)If you have an animal with low albumin, what secondary effect can you have?


  4. ProstacyclinsThe chief estrogen, females produce more than males, develops and maintains female secondary sex characteristics, important roles in menstruation and pregnancy


  5. Calcitonininhibits iron uptake, prevent release of iron


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