Thymosin is responsible for:

1. raising the blood sugar level

2. raising the blood calcium level

3. differentiation of T-lymphocytes

4. decrease in blood RBCs

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In the mechanism of action of a protein hormone, one of the second messengers is

1. Cyclic AMP

2. Insulin

3. T3

4. Gastrin

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Leydig cells produce a group of hormones called:

1. androgens

2. estrogens

3. aldosterone

4. gonadotropins

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Corpus luteum secretes a hormone called:

1. prolactin

2. progesterone

3. aldosterone

4. testosterone

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Cortisol is secreted from

1. pancreas

2. thyroid

3. adrenal

4. thymus

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A hormone responsible for the normal sleep-wake cycle is:

1. epinephrine

2. gastrin

3. melatonin

4. insulin

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Hormones are called chemical signals that stimulate specific target tissues. Which is the correct location of these receptors in of protein hormones?

1. Extra cellular matrix

2. Blood

3. Plasma membrane

4. Nucleus

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Match the following columns.

Column I

Column II

A. Epinephrine

B. Testosterone

C. Glucagon

D. Atrial natriuretic factor

1. Stimulates in muscle growth

2. Decrease in blood pressure

3. Breakdown of in liver glycogen

4. Increases heart beat

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Options:   A    B    C    D  
1. 4 2 3 1
2. 4 1 3 2
3. 1 2 3 4
4. 1 4 2 3-

   

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Which of the following does not play any role in calcium balance in the human body?

1. Vitamin-D

2. Parathyroid hormone

3. Thyrocalcitonin

4. Thymosin

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All the following tissues in mammals, except one, consists of a central ‘medullary’ region surrounded by a cortical region. Mark the wrong entry:

1. ovary

2. adrenal

3.  liver

4.  kidney

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