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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 23 Integration and Hormonal Regulation of Mammalian Metabolism Multiple Choice Questions 1. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Page: 904 Difficulty: 2 Ans: D The radioimmunossay (RIA) is based on competition of unlabeled and radiolabeled: A) antibodies for binding to a hormone. B) antibodies for binding to a receptor. C) hormone for binding to a receptor. D) hormone for binding to an antibody. E) receptor for binding to a hormone. 2. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Page: 905 Difficulty: 2 Ans: D One distinction between peptide and steroid hormones is that peptide hormones: A) act through nonspecific receptors, whereas steroid hormones act through specific receptors. B) are generally water-insoluble, whereas steroid hormones are water soluble. C) are more stable than steroid hormones. D) bind to cell surface receptors, whereas steroid hormones bind to nuclear receptors. E) bind to their receptors with high affinity, whereas steroid hormones bind with low affinity. 3. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Page: 907 Difficulty: 1 Ans: D Insulin is an example of a(n) ____________ hormone. A) catecholamine B) eicosanoid C) paracrine D) peptide E) steroid 4. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Page: 907 Difficulty: 2 Ans: D The maturation of insulin from its precursor (preproinsulin) involves: A) acetylation. B) oxidation. C) phosphorylation. D) proteolysis . E) reduction. Chapter 23 Integration and Hormonal Regulation of Mammalian Metabolism 5. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Page: 908 Difficulty: 1 Ans: A Epinephrine is an example of a(n) ____________ hormone. A) catecholamine B) eicosanoid C) paracrine D) peptide E) steroid 6. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Page: 908 Difficulty: 2 Ans: D An example of an eicosanoid hormone is: A) epinephrine. B) retinoic acid. C) testosterone. D) thromboxane . E) thyroxine. 7. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Page: 908 Difficulty: 2 Ans: C An example of a steroid hormone is: A) epinephrine. B) retinoic acid. C) testosterone . D) thromboxane. E) thyroxine. 8. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Pages: 907-909 Difficulty: 2 Ans: A Some hormones are derived from amino acids; for example, catecholamines are derived from while NO is derived from . A) tyrosine; arginine B) tryptophan; lysine C) tyrosine; histidine D) tryptophan; arginine E) histidine; lysine 9. Hormones: diverse structures for diverse functions Page: 910 Difficulty: 2 Ans: A The tropic hormones (such as thyrotropin, somatotropin, and luteinizing hormone) are produced and released by the: A) anterior pituitary . B) hypothalamus....
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