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  1. Norepinephrine
  2. Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone
  3. Corticotropin Releasing Hormone
  4. Follicle Stimulating Hormone
  5. Thymopoietin
  1. a Function not well understood, affects nuclear architecture, two receptors specific to __________ have been found on human T-cells
  2. b WOMEN: initiates growth of ovarian follicles each month and stimulates ovulation; MEN: stimulates sperm production
  3. c signals the pituitary gland to release TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone)
  4. d signals the release of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) from the pituitary
  5. e noradrenaline; chemical which is excitatory, similar to adrenaline, and affects arousal and memory; raises blood pressure by causing blood vessels to become constricted

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a neurotransmitter involved in sleep, depression; precursor of melatonin
  2. chiefly prevents formation of the platelet plug in hemostasis (part of blood clotting); it does this by inhibiting platelet activation; antagonist to thromboxanes
  3. circulates in blood plasma and directly stimulates bone and cartilage growth
  4. promotes the utilization of fat by the body and is a precursor to the endorphins
  5. targets the mammary glands stimulating them to produce breastmilk

5 True/False questions

  1. InhibinHormone produced by the pancreas that is released when stimulated by elevated glucose levels. This hormone decreases blood sugar levels by accelerating the transport of glucose into the body cells where it is oxidized for energy or converted to glycogen or fat for storage.

          

  2. Cortisolsecreted from the adrenal cortex, aids the body during stress by increasing glucose levels and suppressing immune system function

          

  3. Anti-mullerian HormoneWOMEN: regulates estrogen secretion and ovum development; MEN: testosterone production

          

  4. ThymulinHormone produced by the pancreas that is released when stimulated by elevated glucose levels. This hormone decreases blood sugar levels by accelerating the transport of glucose into the body cells where it is oxidized for energy or converted to glycogen or fat for storage.

          

  5. CalcitriolProduced by the thyroid gland and decreases the blood calcium levels by stimulating calcium deposit in the bones (__________ keeps the bone in). The antagonist of the parathyroid hormone.