A liver b muscle c adipose tissue d a and c e all of

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a. Liver b. Muscle c. Adipose tissue d. A and C e. All of the above
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1/9/11 Hormones 1. Which tissues are targeted by epinephrine? a. Liver b. Muscle c. Adipose tissue d. A and C e. All of the above
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1/9/11 Hormones 2. What is one of the physiological changes cause by an increase in epinephrine? a. Increase in heart rate b. Increase in glycogen breakdown c. Decrease in blood pressure d. Decrease in gluconeogenesis
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1/9/11 Hormones 2. What is one of the physiological changes cause by an increase in epinephrine? a. Increase in heart rate b. Increase in glycogen breakdown c. Decrease in blood pressure d. Decrease in gluconeogenesis
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1/9/11 Hormones 3. If you are hyperclycemic, have high levels of ketones, and there is an increase in protein degradation what can you conclude? a. You are deficient in insulin concentration b. There is a deficiency in insulin receptors c. Lower blood pH levels d. All of the above
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1/9/11 Hormones 3. If you are hyperclycemic, have high levels of ketones, and there is an increase in protein degradation what can you conclude? a. You are deficient in insulin concentration b. There is a deficiency in insulin receptors c. Lower blood pH levels d. All of the above
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1/9/11 Hormones 4. Which tissues are not responsible for producing hormones? a. Cerebellum b. Hypothalamus c. Pancreas d. Adipose tissue
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1/9/11 Adipose Tissue
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1/9/11 Hormones 4. Which tissues are not responsible for producing hormones? a. Cerebellum b. Hypothalamus c. Pancreas d. Adipose tissue
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1/9/11 Hormones 5. Insulin is in what class of hormone? a. Peptide b. Catecholamine c. Steroid d. Retinoid
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1/9/11 Hormones 5. Insulin is in what class of hormone? a. Peptide b. Catecholamine c. Steroid d. Retinoid
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1/9/11 Hormones 6. What can you say about the way leptin works in mice and humans? a. In both species leptin functions the same b. Leptin has the same structure but different functions c. Leptin makes mice obese d. Leptin is not found in both species
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1/9/11 Leptin in the mouse when there is low amounts the mouse keeps eating In humans the amount of leptin is proportional to the amount of fat, so leptin does not work in the human like in the mouse
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1/9/11 Hormones 6. What can you say about the way leptin works in mice and humans? a. In both species leptin functions the same b. Leptin has the same structure but different functions c. Leptin makes mice obese d. Leptin is not found in both species
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1/9/11 The major source of ATP in anaerobic exercise, such as weight-lifting, is a. Glucose b. Creatine c. Glycogen d. Fatty Acids e. Protein f. A and B
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1/9/11 Hormones Insulin is released when the blood glucose concentration ___________ and glucagon is released when the blood glucose concentration ___________. Increases, increases Increases, decreases Decreases, decreases
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