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The main target organs for tropic hormones are: a. muscles b. blood vessels c. endocrine glands d. kidneys e. nerves Cyclic AMP is formed by: a. Protein Kinase A b. Adenyl cyclase c. Phosphodiesterase d. PhospholipaseC e. None of the above Cells of the adrenal cortex produce: a) epinephrine b) norepinephrine c) ACTH d) Insulin e) Mineralocorticoids What gland secretes and is controlled by tropic hormones? a) Anterior Pituitary b) Posterior Pituitary c) Hypothalamus d) Pineal All of the are true about active transport except? a) Phosphorylation is involved in the transport of molecules up the concentration gradient b) Primary and Secondary transporters have to be located in the same area of the cell c) Secondary is always coupled with Primary active transport. d) The transporters are most often carriers Epinephrine signals different cell responses a) Using both different receptors and signal molecules b) Using only different signal molecules c) Using different receptors d) Using both different receptors and and intracellular proteins
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