5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Growth hormone Releasing hormone
- Thyroxine & T4
- The release of most hormones occurs in short bursts with little or no secretion between bursts
- anterior pituitary & posterior pituitary
- by chemically binding specific protein receptors
- a The pituitary gland is divided into two divisions each of wich has two name
- b How will the release of most hormones occur?
- c How will hormone affect specific cells to perform a function?
- d What does ghrh stand for?
- e WHat hormones are released by follicular cells of the thyroid gland?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What condition do you have with too little secretion of thyroid hormone if your an adult?
- Exocrine glands
- The receptor on the water soluble will be found where?
- What are the 3 principle classes of lipid soluble hormones?
- What is hypothalamus?
5 True/False questions
osmoreceptors activate the hypothalamic neurosecretary cells that synthesize and release → 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?
Causes facial tissues to swell up &look pufy. Has a slow heart rate, low body temp, sensitivity to cold dry hair in skin, musclular weakness, general lethargy & tendonsy to gain weight → 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?
infundibulum → WHat is prolactins abbreviation?
Releaseing and inhibiting hormones synthesized by hypothalamic neurosecretory cells are transported within axons and released at the axon terminals. → What is the purpose of the hyphyseal portal system?
Hypophyseal fossa on the sella tursica of the sphenoid bone? → 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?