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5 Matching questions

  1. High leptin levels from large fat cells due to eating too much
  2. Gastrin release
  3. Adipokines
  4. Glucagon effects on fat cells after long term hypoglycemia
  5. Effects of insulin on liver
  1. a inc breakdown of tri,di,monoglycerides forming FFA and glycerol; simulates hormone dependent lipases
  2. b increase glucose uptake indirectly by stimulating glucokinase which inhibits glucose-6 phosphate; inc glucose storage by stimulating glucose sythetase; inc lipid sythesis by stimulating triglyceride sythetase
  3. c stimulate a-MSH release which binds to melanocortin-4 receptor, decreases appetitie/eating
  4. d food (peptides, AA, IFA), distention of stomach, activity of vagus nerve (GRP) inhibited by SST
  5. e induce insulin resistance: Resistin (proinflammatory, TZD's) IL-6 (proinflammatory, inc with obesity and DM) TNF-a (proinflammatory cytokine,r elease by visceral fat more than subcutaneous)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. dark backgroun -> inhibit dopamine, inc MSH, dark skin; light backgroun, CNS stimulates dopamine, dec MSH, light background ::: track from retina through brain
  2. stimulates GH release from AP
  3. inc insulin release from B cells in response to glucose; Januvia is an oral antihyperglycemic drug that inhibits GLP-1
  4. insulin replacement; monitor BSG levels; B cell transplant; insertion fo insulin gene in other cell types
  5. RK activated receptor phosphorylates tyrosines of proteins; Glucose transporter systems;

5 True/False questions

  1. BLPH fxnaffects pigmentation via cation of malanophores

          

  2. Category 2 horm's (FSH, LH, TSH)similar size (191/199); common AA

          

  3. PRL fxnsF (stimulate development of ovarian follicles) M (stimulate synthesis of androgen binding protein in sertolli cells, formation of LH receptors in Leydig cells)

          

  4. GluconeogenesisGlucose preduction from noncarb carbon substrates: AA from proteins, glycerol from fats

          

  5. Nucleuscollection of nerve cell bodies in CNS; supraoptic and paraventricular (more oxytocin)