Bio416k Exam 2 Study Guide Spring 08

Bio416k Exam 2 Study Guide Spring 08 - Bio416K Exam 2 Study...

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Bio416K Exam 2 Study Guide Spring 08 Endocrinology (chapter 7) 1. Define hormone, target cell, ligand, receptor, endocrine, paracrine and autocrine. 2. For each hormone in Figure 7-2 know the following: - name and location of secreting organ - chemical class - receptor type and mechanism of action - target(s) and main effect(s) on target - primary function(s) in the body - control pathway - predicted consequences of a change in any part of the control pathway. 3. Compare and contrast peptide, steroid and amine hormones in their synthesis, storage, receptor type, and signaling pathway (effector mechanism of response). 4. Contrast the anterior and posterior pituitaries in hormones and mechanisms controlling their release (innervation and vascular supply). 5. Diagram the negative feedback control loops of anterior pituitary hormones. 6. Describe types of interactions between hormones acting on the same target cell, including antagonistic, synergistic, and permissive interactions. 7. Predict changes in secretory rates of hypothalamic, pituitary and primary gland hormones caused by over-secretion or under secretion of any hormones in the control pathway. 8. Understand the three basic patterns of endocrine pathology: hormone excess, hormone deficiency and abnormal responsiveness of target tissue to a hormone. Explain the points in a hormone control pathway where changes would lead to
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