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1
Chapter 11 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
  • Quiz Questions
  • Correct Answer- Earn Points
  • Incorrect Answer- Loose Points

2
  • Endocrine System Histology 100 Question
  • The sleep wake cycle is an example of a
    ______rhythm
  • a. circadian.
  • b. equalnox.
  • c. infradian.
  • d. ultradian.

3
  • Endocrine System Histology 100 Answer
  • The sleep wake cycle is an example of a
    ______rhythm
  • a. circadian.
  • b. equalnox.
  • c. infradian.
  • d. ultradian.

4
  • ENDOCRINE System Histology 300 Question
  • Oxytocin acts primarily on the kidneys and causes
    them to _____ water production.
  • A. conserve
  • B. increase
  • C. maintain no change on
  • D. none of the above

5
  • ENDOCRINE System Histology 300 Answer
  • Oxytocin acts primarily on the kidneys and causes
    them to _____ water production.
  • A. conserve
  • B. increase
  • C. maintain no change on
  • D. none of the above

6
ENDOCRINE System Histology 400 Question
  • Thyroxine functions to
  • a. increase rate at which proteins are
    synthesized
  • b. inhibit the rate at which calcium
    enters body fluids
  • c. reduce the rate at which
    carbohydrates are utilized
  • d. inhibit activities withih the
    nervous system

7
ENDOCRINE System Histology 400 Answer
  • Thyroxine functions to
  • a. increase rate at which proteins are
    synthesized
  • b. inhibit the rate at which calcium
    enters body fluids
  • c. reduce the rate at which
    carbohydrates are utilized
  • d. inhibit activities withih the
    nervous system

8
Hormone Action 200 Question
  • A. The hormone that stimulates the release of
    growth hormones is called.
  • B. hormones are secreted by nerve fibers in the
    posterior lobe of the pituitary gland are
  • A. antidiuretic hormone
  • B. growth hormone
  • C. thyroid-stimulating hormone
  • D. adrenocorticotropic hormone

9
Hormone action 200 Answer
  • A. stimulates the release of growth hormones
  • growth hormone- releasing hormone
  • B. hormones are secreted by nerve fibers in the
    posterior lobe of the pituitary gland are
  • antidiuretic hormone

10
Hormone action 300 Question
  • The thyroid hormone that decreases blood calcium
    concentration is
  • a. triiodothyronine
  • b. calcitonin
  • c. thyroxine
  • d. none of these

11
Hormone action 300 Answer
  • The thyroid hormone that decreases blood calcium
    concentration is
  • a. triiodothyronine
  • b. calcitonin
  • c. thyroxine
  • d. none of these

12
Hormone action 400 Question
  • Steroid hormones produce their effects by
  • a. activating the formation of adenylate cyclase
  • b. causing cyclic AMP to be produced
  • c. activating the action of genes
  • d. combining with surface cell membrane receptors

13
Hormone action 400 Answer
  • Steroid hormones produce their effects by
  • a. activating the formation of adenylate cyclase
  • b. causing cyclic AMP to be produced
  • c. activating the action of genes
  • d. combining with surface cell membrane receptors

14
Diabetes 100 Question
  • Treatment of non-insulin dependent mellitus
    usually involves
  • a. maintain desirable body weight
  • b. controlling the diet
  • c. exercising regularly
  • d. all of the above

15
Diabetes 100 Answer
  • Treatment of non-insulin dependent mellitus
    usually involves
  • a. maintain desirable body weight
  • b. controlling the diet
  • c. exercising regularly
  • d. all of the above

16
Diabetes 200 Question
  • A. The most common form of diabetes is
  • a. type 1 b. type 2
  • c. juvenile diabetes d. both a b
  • B. Diabetes mellitus arises from the lack of
    insulin or the inability of cells to recognize
    it.
  • a. excess of insulin b. Decompose it
  • c. both a b d. correct as is

17
Diabetes 200 Answer
  • A. The most common form of diabetes is
  • type 2
  • B. Diabetes mellitus arises from the lack of
    insulin or the inability of cells to recognize
    it.
  • Correct as is

18
Other Endocrine Glands100 Question
  • A. Sex hormones from the adrenal cortex are
    primarily called
  • B. A person who is experiencing effects of
    stress usually has an increased
  • a. lymphocytes b. blood pressure
  • c. spleen activity d. infection resistance

19
Other Endocrine Glands100 Question
  • A. Sex hormones from the adrenal cortex are
    primarily called
  • Androgens
  • B. A person who is experiencing effects of
    stress usually has an increased
  • blood pressure

20
Mixed Bag100 Question
  • A. During what time of the day do growth
    hormones peak
  • B. Chemical signal sent between individual are
    called
  • C. Survival depends on the maintenance of

21
Mixed Bag100 Answer
  • A. During what time of the day do growth
    hormones peak night
  • B. Chemical signal sent between individual are
    called pheromones
  • C. Survival depends on the maintenance of
  • homeostasis

22
Mixed Bag 300 Question
  • A. Cardiovascular functioning is least efficient
    between the hours of ____ and ____.
  • B. Cancer patient s often develop endocrine
    disorders because
  • C. Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus is caused
    by

23
Mixed Bag 300 Answer
  • A. Cardiovascular functioning is least efficient
    between the hours of 6 A.M. to 9 A.M.
  • B. Cancer patient s often develop endocrine
    disorders because cancer cells sometimes secrete
    hormones inappropriately
  • C. Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus is caused
    by disorder of the immune system

24
Mixed Bag 400 Question
  • A. What was once called battle fatigue
  • B. Name the disorder that is believed by some to
    be caused by an over activity of amygdale
  • C. Glands that release their secretions into
    ducts leading to a body surface
  • D. When a gland is stimulated to increase its
    secretion by the substance it produces
  • e. group of lipids that have powerful, regulating
    effects on a variety of tissues

25
Mixed Bag 400 Answer
  • A. battle fatigue PTSD post traumatic stress
    disorder
  • B. disorder that is believed by some to be caused
    by an over activity of amygdale PTSD post
    traumatic stress disorder
  • C. Glands release secretions into ducts leading
    to a body surface Exocrine glands
  • D. gland is stimulated to increase its secretion
    by the substance it produces Positive feed
    back mechanism
  • e. group of lipids that have powerful, regulating
    effects on a variety of tissues Prostaglandins

26
Mixed Bag 500 Question
  • A. Over secretion of GH during childhood causes
  • B. This hormone will increase the rate of fat
    metabolism, promote the movement of amino acids
    into cells, and increase the rate of cell
    division

27
Mixed Bag 500 Answer
  • A. Over secretion of GH during childhood causes
  • Gigantism
  • B. This hormone will increase the rate of fat
    metabolism, promote the movement of amino acids
    into cells, and increase the rate of cell
    division
  • Growth Hormone

28
Hormone regulation 100 Question
  • Hormone concentrations are regulated by
  • a. Nerve control
  • b. Positive feedback
  • c. Negative feedback
  • d. All of these

29
Hormone regulation 100 Answer
  • Hormone concentrations are regulated by
  • a. Nerve control
  • b. Positive feedback
  • c. Negative feedback
  • d. All of these

30
Hormone regulation 200 Question
  • The ______ gland must be supplied with iodine
    before it can synthesize its hormones

31
Hormone regulation 200 Answer
  • The ______ gland must be supplied with iodine
    before it can synthesize its hormones
  • Thyroid

32
Hormone regulation 400 Question
  • What is the name of the anxiety disorder that is
    triggered by experiencing a frightening event and
    recalling it.

33
Hormone regulation 400 Answer
  • What is the name of the anxiety disorder that is
    triggered by experiencing a frightening event and
    recalling it.
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

34
Hormone regulation 500 Question
  • The secretion of hormones from the anterior lobe
    of the pituitary gland is largely controlled by
  • Nerve impulses from the thalamus
  • Releasing hormones from hypothalamus
  • Releasing factors from thalamus
  • Nerve impulses from hypothalamus

35
Hormone regulation 500 Answer
  • The secretion of hormones from the anterior lobe
    of the pituitary gland is largely controlled by
  • Releasing hormones from hypothalamus

36
Endocrine Physiology 200 Question
  • Which of the following hormones exerts its effect
    primarily upon the reproductive organs
  • A. Prolactin releasing factor
  • B. Follicle-stimulating hormone
  • C. Thyrotropin
  • D. Adrenocorticotropic hormone

37
Endocrine Physiology 200 Answer
  • Which of the following hormones exerts its effect
    primarily upon the reproductive organs
  • Follicle-stimulating hormone

38
Endocrine Physiology 300 Question
  • Excessive urine production, dehydration, glucose
    in the urine are all characteristics of what
    endocrine disorder?

39
Endocrine Physiology 300 Answer
  • Excessive urine production, dehydration, glucose
    in the urine are all characteristics of what
    endocrine disorder?
  • Diabetes Mellitus

40
Endocrine Physiology 500 Question
  • Insulin causes
  • A. a decrease in cell permeability to glucose
  • B. Increase in production of glucose from
    glycogen
  • C. Decrease in concentration of blood glucose
  • D. None of these

41
Endocrine Physiology 500 Answer
  • Insulin causes
  • Decrease in concentration of blood glucose
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