TEST4 FALL KEY 2006

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STUDENT NUMBER  _____________________  (DO NOT USE YOUR NAME) ENDOCRINOLOGY FALL 2006 EXAMINATION 4 THE TEST HAS A TOTAL OF 58 POINTS Multiple choice questions are worth 2 points each.  The point values for other questions are  given with the question. 1. Baroreceptors and osmoreceptors are similar in that a. both regulate the release of oxytocin and vasopressin. b. both regulate via an acetylcholine neuron. C c. both may be involved in increasing blood pressure. d. both directly stimulate vasopressin release. e. all a-d are true f. more than one of a-d is true g. none of a-d is true. 2. The vasopressin receptor V2 is  a. responsible for increase of aquaporins into kidney tubule membranes when  activated. . A b. responsible for decreasing blood pressure because when activated it  stimulates  diuretic activity in kidney tubule cells. c. dimerized and becomes the V2 receptor. d. inhibits epinephrine stimulation of collecting tubules. e. is normally stimulated by epinephrine. 3. Which of the following is  NOT  necessary for production of at least one (1)  steroid? a. MIH b. interstitial cells A c. testosterone d. aromatase e. desmolase 1
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f. side chain cleavage of cholesterol 2
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4. Which of the following is produced by a cell which has been stimulated by  FSH? a. Androgen Binding Protein b. Testosterone A c. 5 α  reductase d. pregnenolone e. none of the above is correct 5. Which of the following occurs without any hormonal or other outside  influence? a. testis formation b. estradiol production by fetal follicle cells. OMIT c. stimulation of testosterone production in testis at puberty d. maturation of male external genetalia e. two of a-d are correct c. three of a-d are correct 6. What is the purpose of androgen binding protein (ABP). a. stimulate estradiol production. b. bind testosterone in Sertoli cells. B
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2008 for the course BIO 150 taught by Professor Ruldoph during the Spring '08 term at University of Iowa.

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