5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The activated hormone-receptor complex binds to a DNA acceptor site and initiates gene transcription, what does this mean?
- What are steroid hormones (lipophylic)?
- What hormones are the zona glomerulosa responsible for?
- What are insulin dependent tissues?
- Do steroid hormones have a storage facility?
- a neurons, retina, lens, blood cells, pancreatic beta cells, kidney, GI mucosa, placenta
- b mineralo-corticoids (90% aldosterone)
- c adrenal cortex hormones, reproductive hormones, D hormones
- d new proteins are synthesized
- e no
5 Multiple choice questions
- mostly benign thyroid tumors secreting T4/T3, adenomas
- hormone excess increases rapidity of cerebration, dissociation which leads to nervousness, excitability, anxiety and insomnia; hormone deficiency causes lethargy and somnolence
- parathyroid hormone (PTH)
5 True/False questions
What are indirect effects of growth hormone via hepatic IGF? → dwarfism and early aging
How does an increase in glucocorticoids affect the CNS / Pituitary? → decreases it
What do hypovolemia and low blood pressure stimulate? → thyroid cells in a single layer and a colloid
What is the key phrase for thyroid hormones? → mostly benign thyroid tumors secreting T4/T3, adenomas
80% of body cells contain insulin receptors, what kind of tissues are these? → 1. beta parts of receptor become the activated tyrosine kinase.
2. GLUTs translocate from golgi fraction to cell membrane