TEST 3 Key 2006 - BEWARE OF INCORRECT KEY ANSWERS STUDENT...

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BEWARE OF INCORRECT KEY ANSWERS STUDENT NUMBER  _____________________  (DO NOT USE YOUR NAME) ENDOCRINOLOGY FALL 2006 EXAMINATION 3 THE TEST HAS A TOTAL OF 58 POINTS Multiple choice questions are worth 2 points each [30 points total].  The point values for other  questions are given with the question. 1. Which of the following would occur in muscle cells, but not in fat or liver  cells, due to one or another hormonal influence? a. glucose-6-phosphatase activity increases. b. glycolysis is stimulated by Form-1-kinase at the phosphofructokinase step. c. amino acid uptake is stimulated. E d. all of a-c are correct e. none of a-c is correct f. a and b are correct, but not c g. b and c are correct, but not a 2. Which of the following has as a function the inhibition of protein  breakdown? a. somatostatin b. GHRH C c. GH d. IGF-1 e. none of the above causes inhibition of protein breakdown. 3. Inhibition of glucokinase in a liver cell would have the effect of  a. decreasing the concentration of glucose in the cell. b. decreasing glycolytic activity. 1
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B c. stimulating gluconeogenesis because of increased pyruvate. or d. decreasing the dephosphorylation of glucose. E e. increasing the phosphorylation of glycogen. 2
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4. Ca++ ions are responsible for  a. stimulation of chondrocyte differentiation due to IFG-1. b. inhibition of insulin uptake into  β  cells of the pancreas. c . stimulation of osteoblasts due to the action of GH. H d. downregulation of the insulin receptor on liver cells. e. increased release of dopamine to stimulate prolactin.   f. at least two of a-e are correct g. all of a-e are correct h. none of a-e are correct 5. Which of the following could function to stimulate muscle protein synthesis? a. chronic lack of insulin b. GH c . insulin d. inhibition of hexokinase in muscle cells. F e. β -oxidation of amino acids. f. a two of a-e are correct g. three of a-e are correct h. all of a-e are correct h. none of a-e are correct 6. IGF-1 has as one of its functions a. increase muscle cell gluconeogenesis. b.
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