5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Negative Regulator of CRH
- What is the function of GLP 2?
- How many ATPs does glycolysis produce?
- a fully iodized thyroglobulin; contains 4 iodines
- b Calcitonin is released in response to ___________
- c Cortisol (adrenals)
- d -Stimulates growth of intestinal mucosa
-Stimulates glucose and a.a transport in mucosa
-Ileal Brake Mechanism: slows gastric and pancreatic exocrine secretion and slows stomach emptying and GI motility in response to nutrients in the ileum, Mostly due to fatty acid.
- e Glycolysis produces net 2 ATP
5 Multiple choice questions
- ACTH (adrenocorticotrophic hormone)
- membrane spanning hormone receptors; single membrane spanning component can be with or without tyrosine kinase; 7 membrane spanning may either be coupled to a G protein or be part of an ion channel
- -Contracts the Gall Bladder to relax the sphincter of Oddi and release Bile.
-Stimulates the Vagus nerve to stimulate secretion of digestive enzymes from the Pancreas.
-Also a neurotransmitter and stimulates satiety in the Hypothalamus.
-Inhibits acid prod. in stomach
-Stimulates prod. of somatostatin to lower acidity.
-delays gastric emptying and slows motility
- Regulates and coordinates responses to changes in the external and internal environment
5 True/False questions
vasopressin release stimulation → water deprivation, hemorrhage, pain, stress, increased temperature, opiates, nicotine, prostaglandins,angiotensin II
Activation of protein kinase a → performed by cAMP
Corticotropin releasing hormone (CRH) → stimulates formation of the corpus luteum and ovulation in female; stimulates testosterone secretion in males
Human Placental Lactogen → hPL
Malignancy → The most common cause for pathologic hypercalcemia is...