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9/6/2020Module 6: Problem Set: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Bush1/14Module 6: Problem SetDueNo due datePoints0Questions11Time LimitNoneThis quiz is currently locked.Attempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 1 46 minutes0 out of 0Score for this quiz: 0out of 0Submitted May 10 at 2:20pmThis attempt took 46 minutes.0 / 0 ptsQuestion 1Introduction to the Endocrine System1. Does the nervous system or the endocrine system react faster toexternal/ internal stimuli?2. What are the two major groups of hormones and what are theirderivatives?3. Hormones can react with cells that have what on their cell surface?4. Do peptide or steroid hormones react faster?5. True or false: Endocrine glands contain ducts and secrete their contentsdirectly into an epithelial lining.Your Answer:1. The nervous system responds more quickly.
9/6/2020Module 6: Problem Set: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Bush2/142. The two main groups are peptide hormones and steroid hormones.Peptide hormones are obtained from proteins, peptides or catecholamines.Steroid hormones are obtained from cholesterol. 3. Receptors4. Peptide hormones react quicker, but for a shorter period of time thansteroid hormones.5. FalseIntroduction to the Endocrine System1. The nervous system2. 1- Peptide (derived from proteins and catecholamines)2- Steroids (derived from cholesterol)3. Receptor4. Peptide5. False0 / 0 ptsQuestion 2Endocrine Organs6. True or false: the hypothalamus and pituitary glands are in theabdomen.7. The adrenal glands are found on top of the ______.8. Be able to label the primary endocrine organs.9. Name three secondary endocrine organs.Your Answer:
9/6/2020Module 6: Problem Set: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Bush3/146. False7. Kidneys8. Label endocrine organs9. Heart, kidneys, gonadsEndocrine Organs6. False7. Kidneys8. See figures in module9. Heart, thymus, kidneys, gonads0 / 0 ptsQuestion 3Your Answer:The Negative and Positive Feedback Systems10. Describe homeostasis in the body.11. During negative feedback a hormone level is high. What happens tohormone production?12. The action of oxytocin works through positive or negative feedback?10. Homeostasis occurrs when the body maintains stable levels for optimalfunction.11. Hormone production is turned off (i.e. hormones are kept level) duringnegative feedback. 12. Positive feedback
9/6/2020Module 6: Problem Set: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Bush4/14The Negative and Positive Feedback Systems10. (set-point) is a range in which the body acts to maintain all itslevels for function.