5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Congenital hypothyroidism
- osmoreceptors activate the hypothalamic neurosecretary cells that synthesize and release
- Several endocrine glands plus many hormone secreting cells in organs that have functions besides secreting hormones
- a cell whose activity is affected by a particular hormone
- on the cells of the thyroid gland
- a Where are receptors located?
- b When is antidiuredic hormone released?
- c what are target cells?
- d What does the endocrine system consist of?
- e What condition do you have with little secreton of thyroid hormone at birth?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What function does the hypothalumus perform for the endocrine system?
- The pituitary gland is divided into two divisions each of wich has two name
- Exocrine glands
- WHat is prolactins abbreviation?
- what does igf stand for?
5 True/False questions
Vasopressin → What is prolactin target?
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 → What are the effects of too little secretion of thyroid hormone in an adult
In the nucleus and sometimes the cytoplasm of the target cell → What function does the hypothalumus perform for the endocrine system?
Thyroxine & T4 → What condition do you have with too little secretion of thyroid hormone if your an adult?
Hypophyseal fossa on the sella tursica of the sphenoid bone? → Where are receptors located?