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5 Matching questions

  1. Negative Regulator of CRH
  2. thyroxine
  3. hypercalcemia
  4. What is the function of GLP 2?
  5. How many ATPs does glycolysis produce?
  1. a fully iodized thyroglobulin; contains 4 iodines
  2. b Calcitonin is released in response to ___________
  3. c Cortisol (adrenals)
  4. d -Stimulates growth of intestinal mucosa
    -Stimulates glucose and a.a transport in mucosa
    -Reduces inflammation.
    -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.
  5. e Glycolysis produces net 2 ATP

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ACTH (adrenocorticotrophic hormone)
  2. 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
  3. -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
  4. Regulates and coordinates responses to changes in the external and internal environment
  5. SCT

5 True/False questions

  1. vasopressin release stimulationwater deprivation, hemorrhage, pain, stress, increased temperature, opiates, nicotine, prostaglandins,angiotensin II

          

  2. Activation of protein kinase aperformed by cAMP

          

  3. Corticotropin releasing hormone (CRH)stimulates formation of the corpus luteum and ovulation in female; stimulates testosterone secretion in males

          

  4. Human Placental LactogenhPL

          

  5. MalignancyThe most common cause for pathologic hypercalcemia is...