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anatomy test review

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gluccocortoids do all of the following except
regulate salt content of the blood
pituitary is located
"turks sadle" in the sphenoid bone
insulin causes
decrease in the concentration of blood glucose
hormone that triggers ovulation of an egg from female ovary
lutenizing hormone
which is NOT an action of catecholamines
decrease blood pressure
insulin causes
hypoglycemic effect
which is NOT a typical of the changes that follow hormone binding
cellular mutations occur
secondary sex characteristics do NOT include
development of breasts
insulin is produced by which cells of the pancreatic islets
beta cells
which is NOT produced by the hypothalamus
thyroid-stimulating hormone
being lipid soluble, steroids do all of the following except
catalyze cyclic AMP
tropic hormones
stimulate other endocrine glands
antagonist to calcitonin is
parathormone
blood levels of aldosterone rise, the kidney tubules
reabsorb sodium
element necessary for thyroid function
iodine
type of endocrine stimulus involves changing blood levels of certain ions and nutrients is called
humoral stimulus
hypersecretion of growth hormone in adulthood leads to
acromegaly
pineal galnd produces
melantonin
hyposecretion of antidiureic hormone leads to
diabetes insipidus
which is NOT one of the major processes controlled by hormones
body coordination
hormone concentrations are USUALLY regulated by
negative feedback mechanisms
which is NOT a sign of diabetes mellitus
moon face
which is NOT a thyroid hormone
parathormone
which is NOT n anterior pituitary hormone
antidiuretic hormone
which hormone exerts its effect primarily on the reproductive organs
follicle-stimulating hormone
which is NOT a function of oxytocin
stimulation of menstruation
which is NOT a symptom of cushing's syndrome
bronze skin tones
another name for antidiuretic hormone
vasopressin
enzyme that is produced by the kidneys when blood pressure drops and causes the release of aldosterone is
renin
thyroid gland is located
below adam's apple
aldosterone is an
mineralocorticoid
an enlargement of the thyroid is called
goiter
the hormone that appears to help regulate our sleep cycles
melantonin
prostaglandins are
lipid hormones found in the cell plasma membrane
which is NOT produced by the adrenal cortex
epinephrine
the cells in the testes that produce testosterone are called
interstitial cells
hyposecretion of thyroxine in childhood leads to
cretinism
hyposecretion of all the adrenal cortex hormones leads to
addison's disease
the hormone T cell maturation is
thymosin
the corpus luteum producces
progesterone
estrogens do all of the following except
stimulate growth of facial hair
the placenta produces all of the following except
lutenizing hormone
which is NOT true of androgens
they stimulate corpus luteum
in men, lutenizing hormone is called
interstitial cell-stimulating hormone
tetany indicates malfunction of the
parathyroid glands
male sex characteristics are called
androgens
calcitonin is made by the
parifollicular cells
another name for antidueritic hormone ADH is
vasopressin
the glands that produce steroids and catecholamines
G
the gland that is primarily responsible for body metabolism
D
uncontrollable muscle spasms from lack of calcium
tetany
producer of the posterior pituitary hormone
B
gland that produces insulin and glucagon is
H
insulin and glucagon are produced by
islet cells
gland that is major producer of female hormones
I
the gland that produces thymosin is indicated by the letter
F
another name for epinephrine is
adrenaline
aldosterone is a type of
mineralocortoids
glucocorticoids
adrenal cortex
adrenocorticotropic hormone
anterior putitary, adrenal cortex
antiduretic hormone
posterior putiary
thyroid-stimulating hormone
anterior putitary 1
lutenizing hormone
anterior putiary 2
prolacin
anterior putitary 3
calcitonin
thyroid
growth hormone
anterior pituitary 4
interstitial cell-stimulating hormone
anterior pituitary 5
aldosterone
adrenal cortex 2
insulin
beta cells
glucagon
alpha cells
thyroxine
thyroid
parathormone
parathyroids
human chorionic gonadotropin
placenta
oxytocin
posterior putitary
melatonin
pineal
thymosin
thymus
cortisone
adrenal cortex A
catecholamines
adrena medulla