Which of the following are true of the cellular

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43. Which of the following are true of the cellular actions of insulin? a. Insulin binds to a tyrosine kinase receptor b. Insulin can trigger an intracellular mitogenic response c. Insulin increases glycogen synthesis, lipid synthesis and protein synthesis d. Insulin can causes exocytosis of GLUT 4 vesicles in muscle and adipocytes e. All of the above 44. Emptying of the stomach is inhibited by each of the following EXCEPT
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BIPN 102 B, Mammalian Physiology II FINAL EXAM June 8, 2009 45. The defecation reflex can often be triggered by the: Match the following hormones/molecules with their respective function I. Neuropeptide Y II. Ghrelin III. Leptin IV. CART V. PYY3-36 VI. Anandamide 46. Increase appetite: 47. Decrease appetite: a. I, II b. I, III c. I, IV d. III, IV, V e. III, IV, V, VI 48. Which of these is true of the T3 and T4 hormones? 49. During severe hypoglycemia there is NOT: 50. Lethargy, depression, and cold intolerance are characteristic of 51. A response to an increase in core temperature
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BIPN 102 B, Mammalian Physiology II FINAL EXAM June 8, 2009 a. Causes activation of parasympathetic adrenergic neurons b. Activation of non shivering thermogenesis c. Vasoconstriction through alpha 1 adrenergic receptors d. Activation on shivering thermogenesis e. Activation of sympathetic cholinergic neurons 52. Which of the following requires temperature gradient? 53. You are the supervisor on an elementary school field trip. One of your kids has fallen sick and you are concerned. It was a really hot and humid day and the children had not been drinking water, or trying to cool themselves. What distinguishes fever from hyperthermia?
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