5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- epinephrine and norepinephrine are both?
- thyroid glands function?
- insulins function
- parathyroid glands target tissue?
- a within
- b bone and kidney (vitamin D production)
- c LOWER blood glucose levels, carries sugar from "blood to cells"
- d sympathomimetic agents, because they mimic actions of the sympathetic nervous system
- e metabolic control it targets all body cells
5 Multiple choice questions
- adrenal cortex to produce cortisol, aldosterone, androgens
- lack of insulin, results from an INCREASE in blood glucose, hunger, thirst, and urination
5 True/False questions
aldosterone function is? → regulates mineral salts (electrolytes); acts on the kidney to reabsorb sodium (electrolytes) to excrete potassium (electrolyte)
adrenal glands are located superior aspect of? → adrenal cortex; adrenal medulla
glucose stored in liver → glycogen
thyroid stimulating hormone TSH stimulates → thyroid gland to produce T3, T4
hormones meaning → to urge on