5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Where do actions of hormones take place
- which glands secrete their materials through ducts and body surfaces either internal or external - NOT hormones
- there are other types of glands that produce molueces which act very close to their source. these chemical messengers are like hormones but are not called hormones because they do not what?
- what hormone is a sex hormone such as testosterone estrogen and aldosterone and cortisol?
- Neurotransmitters are strictly restricted to what only?
- a travel throughout the body
- b within target cells!
- c exocrine glands
- d synaptic cleft
- e steroid hormones
5 Multiple choice questions
- endocrine glands
- activates or represses them
- the sweat glands in our skin
- the target cells
5 True/False questions
what does the nervous system use as chemical messengers? → neurotransmitters
What is it called when the number of receptors made by the cell are increased or decreased → True
What glands secret substances internally and travel to body through bloodstream → endocrine glands
what group of hormones is made of lipids dervied from cholesterol? → by interacting with receptors
which glands excrete both internally and externally → exocrine glands