5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- by chemically binding specific protein receptors
- mimic the action of thyroid-stimulation hormone tsh)
- Growth hormone inhibiting hormone
- a portion of the diencephalon, lying beneath the thalamus
- on the cells of the thyroid gland
- a Where are receptors located?
- b How will hormone affect specific cells to perform a function?
- c What does ghih stand for?
- d What is hypothalamus?
- e What are the effects does the graves disease have?
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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?
- what are target cells?
- What condition occurs if a person had defects with adh receptors or has an inability to secrete adh?
- What 3 things will regulate hormone secretion?
- Exocrine glands
5 True/False questions
The release of most hormones occurs in short bursts with little or no secretion between bursts → How will the release of most hormones occur?
Devistation consequences like sever mental retardation → WHat are the effects of little secretion of thyroid hormone at birth?
osmoreceptors activate the hypothalamic neurosecretary cells that synthesize and release → The receptor on the water soluble will be found where?
Oxytocin & Antiduretic hormone? → What does ghih stand for?
A specialized cell or a distal portion of a neuron that responds to a specific sensory modality → What function does the hypothalumus perform for the endocrine system?