GR - Regulation and Metabolism I

GR - Regulation and Metabolism I - Guided Reading -...

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1. Ghrelin is postulated to be important as a satiety factor. True False 2. Elevated blood glucose triggers insulin secretion. True False 3. Excessive production of free radicals that can damage lipids, proteins, and DNA is called A. inflammation. B. antioxidation. C. oxidative stress. D. quenching. 4. The thyroid gland secretes all of the following EXCEPT A. thyroxin. B. triiodothyronine. C. calcitonin. D. parathyroid hormone. 5. Insulin secretion is often normal in individuals with type I diabetes mellitus. True False 6. Which of the following is NOT an enzymatic protection against oxidative stress? A. catalase B. superoxide dismutase C. alpha-tocopherol D. glutathioneperoxidase 7. The vitamin D derivative calcipotriene is used to treat the skin condition A. pellagra. B. beriberi. C. scurvy. D. psoriasis. 8. The major hormone promoter of anabolism is A. glucagon. B. somatostatin.
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MCB 32 taught by Professor Smiley during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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