5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- excessive release of a hormone
- Growth hormone inhibiting hormone
- Kydneys, swewat glands, and smooth muscle
- a WHat is antidiuretic hormone's other name?
- b WHat is the targets of adh?
- c What does ghih stand for?
- d hypersecretion
- e List the slak like structure which attaches the pituitary gland to the hypothalamus?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What does ghrh stand for?
- 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 receptors?
- What is hypothalamus?
- The pituitary gland is divided into two divisions each of wich has two name
5 True/False questions
osmoreceptors activate the hypothalamic neurosecretary cells that synthesize and release → When is antidiuredic hormone released?
Secrete their products into interstitial fluid then the hormones diffuse into blood capillaries & blood carries them thoughout the body → Exocrine glands
just below the larnyx (voice box) → Where is the thyroid gland located?
signals from the nervous system, chemical changes in the blood & other hormones → What 3 things will regulate hormone secretion?
The mothers uterus and breasts → What is graves disease?