Review for test 2

Review for test 2 - 1. The amount of free hormones is...

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1. The amount of free hormones is influenced by: a. The affinity for the transport protein to bind to the hormone b. The capacity for the transport protein to bind to the hormone c. The quantity of the transport protein d. All the above 2. The maintenance of plasma glucose during exercise can be accomplished by: a. Liver glycogenolysis b. Mobilization of FFA c. Liver gluconeogenesis d. All the above 3. The magnitude of the effect a hormone has is directly related to: a. The plasma volume b. The rate of hormone secretion c. Plasma hormone concentration d. All of the above 4. In response to large, rapid rise in blood glucose levels which hormone will be secreted? a. Insulin b. Glucagon 5. NEED THE ONES BETWEEN THIS SLIDE AND THE NEXT ONE (one including 1-4 & 5-7) 6. The mobilization of free fatty acids from adipose tissue would be stimulated by…. a. An increase in insulin and an increase in cortisol b. A decrease in insulin and an increase in epinephrine c. Increase in insulin and a decrease in glucagon d. A decrease in insulin and decrease in growth hormone 7. This glad secretes insulin which controls blood glucose by lowering glucose levels a. Thyroid gland
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b. Parathyroid glad c. Pancreas d. Kidneys 8. The increased uptake of glucose when insulin decrease is due to: a. Decrease intracellular calcium b. Increased membrane permeability c. Increased number of glucose transporters d. Decreasing catecholamines 9. If the plasma Ca ++ concentration is low, the hormone will be secreted (primary hormone involved in the regulation of calcium): a. Calcitonin b. Parathyroid hormone c. Epinephrine d. Aldosterone 10. These hormones are secreted by the thyroid gland and act as permissive hormones. They also increase the rate of cellular activity. a.
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course ESS 3303 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas Tech.

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Review for test 2 - 1. The amount of free hormones is...

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