5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a Oxytocin--Pituitary Gland:
Stimulates contractions during childbirth and lactation after childbirth.
- b Pineal Gland:
Influences the sleep-wakefulness cycles
- c Thymus:
Plays an important role in the immune system
- d Thyroid-stimulating hormone--Pituitary Gland:
Stimulates the secretion of hormones by the thyroid gland.
- e Antidiuretic hormone--Secreted by: Hypothalamus, Stored and Released by: Pituitary Gland:
Control blood pressure by reducing H20 excretion.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Lutenizing hormone--Pituitary Gland:
Female: stimulates ovulation
Male: stimulates testosterone secretion
- Glucagon--Pancreatic islets (ALPHA cells):
Increases the level of glucose in the bloodstream
completes preparation of the uterus for possible pregnancy.
- Growth hormone--Pituitary Gland:
Regulates bone/muscle/tissue growth
- Pancreatic Islets (BETA cells):
Regulates transport and storage of blood sugar
5 True/False questions
CAL → Calcitonin--Thyroid Gland
Regulates blood/tissue calcium levels.
FSH → Melanocyte-stimulating hormone--Pituitary Gland:
Increases the production of melanin in melanocytes of the skin
LTH → Lactogenic hormone--Pituitary Gland:
Stimulates and maintains the secretion of breast milk
Cortisol → Adrenal Cortex:
Regulates carb, fat, protien metabolism. Anti-Inflammatory.
Epi, EPI → Parathyroid hormone--Parathyroid Gland:
Regulates blood and tissue calcium levels