5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How do thyroid hormones affect the growth and body weight of a young animal?
- What does a follicle consist of?
- What is released from the anterior pituitary gland into circulation?
- How does an increase in gluco-corticoids affect the liver?
- What is the key phrase for glucagon?
- a glucagon opposes the insulin effects on carbohydrate metabolism in the liver
- b hormone excess accelerates growth, but epiphyses close early which means stunted and heavy body, hormone deficiency retards CNS and body growth
- c tropic hormone
- d thyroid cells in a single layer and a colloid
- e increase in weight
5 Multiple choice questions
- slowly, quickly
- thyroid hormones = protein anabolic
- true gigantism (very rare)
5 True/False questions
What is a deficiency in adrenal cortex hormone, glucocoticoids and mineralcorticoids are reduced? → during animals activity phase
In Parturient Paresis in cows, PTH is released but osteoclasts are reduced in numbers or are inactive due to? → paracrine
What does the pituitary gland consist of? → approximately 70 amino acids
What destroys protein hormones? → respective stimulus to an endocrine gland cell
What is a colloid? → hormone storage form, final stage of hormone synthesis