2008 Worksheet 6 Answers

2008 Worksheet 6 Answers - concentrated_ Antidiuretic...

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Bios 1083 Worksheet 6 Name____Key A. Match the hormone on the left to the organ on the right that produces it. . a.T3 and T4 Anterior Pituitary_ c, d, e, j, k b. Oxytocin Adrenal Cortex_ n c. Growth Hormone Hypothalamus_ b, f, i, m d. Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Thyroid___ a, e. Luetinizing Hormone (LH) Adrenal Medulla_ h, f. Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) Testes_ L, g. Progesterone Ovaries__ g, h. Epinephrine i. ACTH-RH j. Adrenalcorticotropic hormone (ACTH) k. Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) l. Testosterone m. TSH-RH n. Cortisol Name the hormone that matches the function below. Stimulates egg and sperm production _ Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Stimulates uterine contractions in childbirth _ Oxytocin Hormones for Metabolism and needs iodine__ T3 and T4 Fight or Flight hormone___ Epinephrine Hormone to deal with Long Term Sress _ Cortisol Stimulates ovulation and progesterone production_ Luetinizing Hormone (LH)
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Unformatted text preview: concentrated_ Antidiuretic hormone ADH This hormone stimulates testosterone production in the testes_ Luetinizing Hormone (LH) Describe the difference in how steroid hormones and peptide hormones elicit their effects. Steroid hormones are lipids so they readily pass through the plasma membrane and nuclear membranes to the nucleus to turn on genes. Peptide hormones bind to protein receptors on the cells surfacethey are the first messenger (they do not enter the cell). Their message will be passed to a second messenger such as cAMP. Draw the hormones and negative feedback loops for the hormones below: Hypothalamus TSH-RH Anterior Pituitary TSH Thyroid Gland T3 and T4 are released in to the blood by the Thyroid gland, T3 and T4 in the blood will turn off the Anterior pituitary from releasing TSH and it will turn off the Hypothalamus from releasing TSH-RH....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course BIO 1083 taught by Professor Williamson during the Spring '08 term at University of New Orleans.

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