Endocrine system by admin_massage2 | Jan 9, 2022 | 0 comments Welcome to your Endocrine system 1. The thymus is located? Deselect Answer Base of the brain In the thorax Either side of the neck Centre of the brain 2. Which hormone is responsible for the production of milk during lactation? Deselect Answer Thyroxin Follicle stimulating hormone Lactogenic hormone Human growth hormone 3. Where is the pineal body located? Deselect Answer Centre of the brain Either side of the neck Behind the scrotum In the thorax 4. Which stage of the menstrual cycle does ovulation occur? Deselect Answer Secretory phase Menstrual cycle Proliferative phase Menopause 5. Hypersecretion of glucocorticoids causes? Deselect Answer Addison's Disease Cushings syndrome Graves disease Diabetes insipidus 6. Which one of the following is not contained in the menstrual flow? Deselect Answer Blood from broken capillaries in the endometrium The unfertilised ovum The cells lining the uterus The corpus luteum 7. Where are the pituitary glands located? Deselect Answer Base of the brain On top of the kidneys Either side of the uterus Either side of the neck 8. Hypersecretion of testosterone in women causes? Deselect Answer Cushings syndrome Amenorrhoea Addisons disease Breast growth 9. Hyposecretion of antidiuretic hormone causes? Deselect Answer High blood pressure Addison's disease Muscular atrophy Diabetes insipidus 10. Which hormone controls the thyroid gland? Deselect Answer Luteinising hormone Parathormone Insulin Thyrotrophin 11. Which hormone does the adrenal medulla secrete? Deselect Answer Adrenaline Insulin Glucocorticoids Testosterone 12. 4. Menstruation stops in one of the following instances? Deselect Answer Polycystic ovarian syndrome Cushing's syndrome Amenorrhea Addison's syndrome 13. What is the function of HGH? Deselect Answer Regulates height and growth Controls body rhythms Produces milk during lactation Stimulates production of melanin 14. Hypersecretion of mineralocorticoids causes? Deselect Answer Addison's disease Cusings syndrome Muscle atrophy High blood pressure 15. Hypersecretion can be defined as? Deselect Answer No hormones are produced Too much of a hormone is produced Not enough of a hormone is produced A balance of hormones are produced 16. Which one of the following is a function of melatonin? Deselect Answer Sexual development Controls body rhythms Stimulates tissue metabolism Maintains BMR 17. Which part of the nervous system does the adrenal medulla support? Deselect Answer Parasympathetic nervous system Peripheral nervous system Central nervous system Sympathetic nervous system 18. Which one of the following is a function of adrenaline? Deselect Answer Responsible for male sexual characteristics Activates vitamin D Hair growth Constricts blood vessels to increase blood pressure 19. Hyposecretion of thyroxin causes? Deselect Answer Cretinism Fatigue Amenorrhoea Sweating 20. The third phase of the menstrual cycle is known as? Deselect Answer Proliferative phase Secretory phase Climacteric phase Menstrual phase 21. A hormone is a? Deselect Answer Chemical messenger Chemical reaction Chemical catalyst Chemical enzyme 22. What is the function of insulin and glucogen? Deselect Answer Maintains calcium levels in the body Regulates water absorption Regulates blood sugar levels Regulates salts in the body 23. Which hormone is produced by the pineal body? Deselect Answer Adrenaline Glucogen Melatonin Parathormone 24. Hyposecretion can be defined as? Deselect Answer Over production of a hormone Where only 1 hormone is secreted Under production of a hormone Where 2 or more hormones are produced 25. What is the function of glucocorticoids? Deselect Answer Regulates blood sugar levels Maintains basic metabolic rate Metabolises carbohydrates, fats and proteins Responsible for male sex hormones 26. Which hormone controls the adrenal cortex? Deselect Answer Thyrotrophin Adrenaline Prolactin Adrenocorticotrophin 27. Which of the following is a function of oxytocin? Deselect Answer Hair growth Ovulation Contracts muscles of uterus to begin childbirth Regulates blood sugar levels 28. What is the function of calcitonin? Deselect Answer Helps glucose enter cells Maintains calcium and phosphorus balance Sexual development Controls body rhythms 29. An endocrine gland? Deselect Answer A hormone A ductless gland Is a chemical messenger A ductless gland which produces hormones 30. Where are the ovaries located? Deselect Answer Below the uterus Either side of the uterus Above the uterus Between duodenum and spleen Please fill in the comment box below. Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.