5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are hormones called that are released into circulation?
- The hypothalamus is connected with the pituitary gland via what?
- What is the key phrase for glucagon?
- What is the neurohypohysis extension of the hypothalamus = nervous tissue stores and releases the 2 hypothalamic hormones produced in the nucleus supraopticus and nucleus paraventricularis: ADH and oxytocin?
- What are eikosanoid hormones (hydrophilic)?
- a prostaglandins, leukotrienes (tissue hormones, derived from arachidonic acid)
- b posterior pituitary
- c hypophyseal stalk
- d glucagon opposes the insulin effects on carbohydrate metabolism in the liver
- e endocrine
5 Multiple choice questions
- diet or de novo synthesis in liver, followed by UVB activation in skin
- increase in lipolysis, betaoxidation, bile secretion (geared toward supplying fat for energy)
5 True/False questions
What is a continual process of bone deposition (osteoblasts) and absorption (osteoclasts) -> bone can adjust to altered stress? → hyperthyroidism
What is acute hypocalcemia during the first few weeks of lactation in dogs and horses (symptoms relate to increased nerval / muscular exciteability = spasms, tetany)? → Eclampsia, puerperal tetany
What inhibits glucagon secretion? → blood glucose levels
What are some of the functions of the hypothalamus? → largely controls homeostasis, involved in emotions, stress, fear, control of hunger, thirst, sexual behavior
What is acute hypocalcemia within 72 hours p.p. due to rapid loss of Ca via milk? → paracrine