Endocrine Coordination Test 1

Total Questions:25 Total Time: 45 Min

Remaining:

 

Questions 1 of 25

Question:Endocrine glands secret

Answers Choices:

Blood

Lymph

Hormones

Cerbral fluid

Questions 2 of 25

Question:The term hormone is coined by

Answers Choices:

Starling

Best

Addison

Bayliss

Questions 3 of 25

Question:The first hormone discovered was

Answers Choices:

Gastrin

Trypsin

Secretin

Pepsin

Questions 4 of 25

Question:The first hormone was discovered by

Answers Choices:

Best and Starling

Addison

Bayliss and Starling

Bayliss and Addison

Questions 5 of 25

Question:Who called hormones as chemical messenger

Answers Choices:

Huxley

Addison

Bayliss and Starling

Starling

Questions 6 of 25

Question:The feed back mechanisn is related to

Answers Choices:

Bile secretion

Hormone secretion

HCl secretion

Reflex action

Questions 7 of 25

Question:Hormones are transported from there place of secretion to the target organ through

Answers Choices:

Duct

Blood

Cerebral Fluid

None

Questions 8 of 25

Question:Endocrine glands are also known as

Answers Choices:

Ducted glands

Ductless glands

Ducted and ductless glands

None

Questions 9 of 25

Question:A hormone is a

Answers Choices:

Chemical messenger

an enzyme

a excretory product

a glandular secretion

Questions 10 of 25

Question:Which endocrine gland is located in the cranial cavity

Answers Choices:

Thyroid

Pituitary

Adrenal

Testes

Questions 11 of 25

Question:Endocrine gland located in the neck region is

Answers Choices:

Pituitary

Adrenal

Thyroid

Gonad

Questions 12 of 25

Question:Which endocrine gland is known as the "band master of endocrine orchestra"

Answers Choices:

Thyroid

Pituitary

Adrenal

Gonadal

Questions 13 of 25

Question:Pituitary gland lies in a cavity of the skull called

Answers Choices:

Orbital cavity

Occipital cavity

Sphenoid Cavity

None

Questions 14 of 25

Question:Posterior lobe of the pituitary consists of two parts called

Answers Choices:

pars tuberalis and pars nervosa

pars nervosa and infundibulum

pars distalis and pars nervosa

Infundibulum and pars intermedia

Questions 15 of 25

Question:Which hormone is secreted in a woman if pregnancy has occurred?

Answers Choices:

Estrogen

Progesteron

Luteinizing hormone

Chorionic gonadotropin

Questions 16 of 25

Question:Corpus luteum produces

Answers Choices:

Progesterone

Estrogen

Luteotropm hormone

Luteinizing hormone.

Questions 17 of 25

Question:The hormone secreted by kidney is.

Answers Choices:

Gastrin

Secretin

Erythropoietin

Aldosterone

Questions 18 of 25

Question:Diuresis is a condition, which is characterstized by.

Answers Choices:

Increase in urine volume

Increased sugar excretion

decrease in urine volume

Decrease in ionic balance

Questions 19 of 25

Question:In man removal of Parathyroid gland leads to

Answers Choices:

Acromegali

Tetany

Polyuria

Diabetes insipidus

Questions 20 of 25

Question:In absence of ADH, the disease caused is.

Answers Choices:

Diabetes mellitus

Diabetes insipidus

Oliguria

Acromegali

Questions 21 of 25

Question:Hashimoto' disease is caused, when

Answers Choices:

Adrenal gland is destroyed by auto-immunity

Thyroid gland is destroyed by auto-immunity

Kidney is destroyed

Pancrease is destroyed

Questions 22 of 25

Question:The persistence of corpus luteum during preganancy is due to hormone known as

Answers Choices:

Chorionic Gonadotropic hormone

LH

Estrogen

Progesterone

Questions 23 of 25

Question:Insulin is secreted by

Answers Choices:

Beta cells of Islets of Langerhans

Alfa cells of Islets of Langehans

Kuffe cells

Gall bladder

Questions 24 of 25

Question:In mammals the estrogen are secreted by the Graafian follicle from its.

Answers Choices:

External theca

Intenal theca

zona pellucida

Corona radiata

Questions 25 of 25

Question:Which one of the followings is the function of glucagon hormone?

Answers Choices:

Increases uptake of glucose and amino acids by cells.

Stimulates glycogenolysis and release of glucose from liver cells.

Decreases blood glucose level.

Increases glycogenesis.