5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Releaseing and inhibiting hormones synthesized by hypothalamic neurosecretory cells are transported within axons and released at the axon terminals.
- Secrete their products into interstitial fluid then the hormones diffuse into blood capillaries & blood carries them thoughout the body
- Hypophyseal fossa on the sella tursica of the sphenoid bone?
- anterior pituitary & posterior pituitary
- a The pituitary gland, where is it located, what cranial bone is it located on and what is the name of the depression it is located?
- b What is prolactin target?
- c endocrine glands
- d What is the purpose of the hyphyseal portal system?
- e The pituitary gland is divided into two divisions each of wich has two name
5 Multiple choice questions
- Exocrine glands
- WHat is prolactins abbreviation?
- What is the general term for hormones which will stimulate the anterior pituitary to realease its hormones?
- The receptor on the water soluble will be found where?
- WHat hormones are released by follicular cells of the thyroid gland?
5 True/False questions
in adequate release of a hormone → Hyposecretion
Initiates and maintains milk production by the mammary glands → What is the effect of prolactin?
In the nucleus and sometimes the cytoplasm of the target cell → where will the lipid soluble receptors be located?
The mothers uterus and breasts → what are the tergets of oxytocin?
the floor & part of the wall of the third vernticle → where will the lipid soluble receptors be located?