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Physiology 2420

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Epinephrine is released from what area of the adrenal gland? a. zona reticularis b. zona fasciculata c. zona glomerulosa d. medulla
Most hypothalamic and pituitary hormones are: a. amino acids b. peptides/proteins c. steroids d. eicosanoids e. catecholamines
Gonadotropin releasing hormone stimulates release of which of the following from the anterior pituitary? a. sex hormones b. follicle stimulating hormone c. lueinizing hormone d. both follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone
Which of the following adrenal hormones is secreted by chromaffin cells? a. cortisol b. aldosterone c. epinephrine d. androgens
In primary hyposecretion of thyroid hormones, a. levels of thyroid hormones in the blood decrease. b. levels of TRH in the blood decrease. c. levels of TSH in the blood decrease d. all of the above are true e. none of the above are true
(Endocrine/exocrine) glands secrete hormones.
Neural input to the hypothalamus is involved in regulating secretion of hormones by both lobes of the pituitary. (true/false)
Epinephrine is secreted by the adrenal (medulla/cortex).
Thyroid hormones are classified as (amines/steroids).
Lipophobic messengers are secreted by (exocytosis/diffusion across the cell membrane).
Calcitonin is secreted by the (thyroid gland/parathyroid gland).
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