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5 Matching questions

  1. Cholecystokinin
  2. Hormone
  3. Calcitonim
  4. Insulin
  5. Glucagon
  1. a Gland: Pancreas
    Function: Increases blood glucose by causing liver to convert glycogen back to glucose (Insulin and Glucagon are antagonistic to each other)
  2. b Gland: Small Intestine (Duodenum)
    Function: Causes the gall bladder to release bile and the pancreas to produce pancreatic juice
  3. c Gland: Thyroid
    Function: Decreases blood calcium by putting into bone for storage
  4. d the secretion of an endocrine gland that is transmitted by the blood to the tissue on which it has a specific effect
  5. e Gland: Pancreas
    Function: Decreases blood glucose by 1. allowing it into cells 2. converting excess to glycogen

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Gland: Pituitary (Anterior)
    Function: Causes the mammary glands to produce milk
  2. Gland: Ovaries
    Function: Female secondary sex characteristics
  3. Gland: Pituitary (Anterior)
    Function: Tells the ovary to release an egg (day 14)
  4. Gland: Pituitary (Anterior)
    Function: Tells the thyroid to produce thyroxine
  5. Gland: Adrenal (medulla)
    Function: Increases heart rate and breathing: "Fight or Flight"

5 True/False questions

  1. TestosteroneGland: Adrenal (Cortex)
    Function: Controls potassium (K) and sodium (Na) in the blood by telling the kidneys to reabsorb


  2. Follicle Stimulating (FSH)Gland: Pituitary (Anterior)
    Function: Causes the maturation of gametes (sperm and egg)


  3. ProgesteroneGland: Ovaries
    Function: Produced by the empty follicle (corpus luteum) and causes the uterine lining to remain thick


  4. Parathyroid (PTH) (Parathormone)Gland: Parathyroid
    Function: Increases blood calcium by taking out of bone and causing kidneys to reabsorb Ca++
    (Calcitonim and Parathyroid are antagonistic to each other)


  5. ThyroxineGland: Thyroid
    Function: Affects cell metabolism