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Ex physiology review questions2 - 1. The amount of free...

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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. During exercise blood alcohol levels of the following hormones increase except for A. Cortisol B. Insulin C. Growth Hormone D. Glucagon 6. If the concentration of a hormone decreases in the blood stream we can still have a strong response to that hormone at a given tissue by increasing the number of receptors for that hormone. A. True
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B. False 7. Examples of slow acting hormones responsible for the maintenance of plasma glucose A. Epinephrine and norepinephrine B. Insulin and glucagon C. Cortisol and growth hormone D. None of the above 8. Receptor number may decrease when exposed to chronically elevated level of a hormone. This is called: A. Up-regulation B. Down regulation C. Saturation D. None of the above 9. Number of endocrine glands A. 5 B. 8 C. 9 D. 12 10. Catecholamines are secreted from the A. Adrenal cortex B. Adrenal medulla parathyroid C. Parathyroid gland D. None of the above 11. Aldosterone is secreted by the A. Adrenal cortex
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B. Adrenal medulla C. Parathyroid gland D. None of the above 12. 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 13. This gland secretes insulin which controls blood glucose by lowering glucose levels a. Thyroid gland b. Parathyroid glad c. Pancreas d. Kidneys 14. The increased uptake of glucose when insulin decreases is due to: a. Decrease intracellular calcium b. Increased membrane permeability c. Increased number of glucose transporters d. Decreasing catecholamines 15. 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
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