1. Science

    A hormone is under negative feedback regulation. This hormone stimulates water retention by the body. Which of the following will happen if water levels in the body get too high? 1) hormone levels will increase 2) hormone levels will decrease 3) antibodies
  2. Anatomy

    The negative feedback system is based on a low level of hormone A. preventing the kidneys from excreting the hormone. B. causing another gland to secrete a similar hormone. C. causing the gland to decrease secretion of the hormone. D. causing the gland to
  3. physiology

    How is this hormones regulated: hypothlamus/pituitary axis, nervous system,feedback inhibition indicate which? 1. Follicle stimulating hormone 2. Cortisol 3. Antidiuretic hormone 4. Parathyroid hormone 5. Thyroid-stimulating hormone 6. Insulin 7.
  4. Anatomy & Physiology

    what would happen if there were no negative feedback control on growth hormone and thyroid hormone?
  5. Science

    Hormones and Homeostasis 1) The human endocrine system is made up of which of the following structures? :Vessels. :Receptors. :Glands.*** :Chambers. 2. Which of the following best describes the function of the endocrine system? :It secretes chemical
  6. Science The Human Body PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!

    the human endocrine system is made up of which of the following structures? (1 point) vessels receptors* glands chambers 2. Which of the following best describes the function of the endocrine system? (1 point) It secretes chemical messengers that travel
  7. Math help plz

    The human endocrine system is made up of which of the following structures? (1 point) vessels receptors glands chambers 2. Which of the following best describes the function of the endocrine system? (1 point) It secretes chemical messengers that travel
  8. physiology

    Is the hormone protein,steroid or glycoprotein? 1. Follicle-stimulating hormone 2. Cortisol 3. Antidiuretic hormone 4. Parathyroid hormone 5. Thyroid-stimulating hormone 6. Insulin 7. Norepinephrine
  9. Biology

    Ovulation occurs by a surge in the secretion of what hormone? estrogen hormone luteinizing hormone follicle stimulation hormone progesterone hormone Tricky.. I believe its estrogen
  10. Science

    1. The human endocrine system is made up of which of the following structures? (1 point) vessels receptors glands * chambers 2. Which of the following best describes the function of the endocrine system? (1 point) It secretes chemical messengers that
  11. Science Ms. Sue Please

    1. The human endocrine system is made up of which of the following structures? (1 point) vessels receptors glands * chambers 2. Which of the following best describes the function of the endocrine system? (1 point) It secretes chemical messengers that
  12. biology

    The regulation of temperature in the body is a good example of a... A-hormone-receptor complex B-prostaqglandin C-feedback mechanism D-exocrine gland
  13. Physiology

    For discussion of endocrine disorders 1.Diabetes insipidus Hormone affected? Too much or too little? 2.Graves’ disease Hormone affected? Too much or too little? 3.Acromegaly Hormone affected? Too much or too little? 4.Addison’s disease Hormone
  14. help

    The hypothalamus secretes a hormone called GnRH that makes the anterior pituitary gland release FSH, referred to as (A)__________ hormone, and LH, or luteinizing hormone. As the levels of these two hormones increase, the oocyte and layer of cells that
  15. biology

    The hypothalamus secretes a hormone called GnRH that makes the anterior pituitary gland release FSH, referred to as (A)__________ hormone, and LH, or luteinizing hormone. As the levels of these two hormones increase, the oocyte and layer of cells that
  16. ovarian and uterine cycles

    There are two I could not find. Are those that I have so far correct? 1. Name the hormone that triggers development of a primary follicle. I had no idea. . . 2. The corpus luteum releases progesterone in the luteal phase. 3. Oestrogen and progesterone are
  17. physiology

    Match each term with the appropriate description. A. peptide hormone B. steroid hormone C. amino acid-derived hormone D. anterior pituitary E. hypothalamus F. posterior pituitary lipophobic molecule that interacts with receptors on cell surface
  18. chemistry

    In 1934, Edward A. Doisy of Washington Univeristy extracted 1361 kg og hog ovaries to isolate a few milligrams of a potent female hormone. Doisy burned 5.00 mg of this precious sample in oxygen and found that 14.54 mg of CO2 and 3.97 mg of H2O were
  19. health

    How dose lock-and-key mechanism relate to hormones? A. If a hormone fits the receptor site, then there is no reaction. If a hormone and a receptor site do not match, then there will be an effect. B. If a hormone fits the receptor site, then there will be
  20. Science

    What happens if there is a mutation in the DNA binding domain, a mutation that inhibits the binding of a hormone, and a mutation where there is no effect of hormone binding but blocks the ability of hormone to interact with coactivator proteins? These are
  21. Biology

    What is the target organs for Luteinizing Hormone and the Follicle Stimulating Hormone?
  22. Physiology

    Match the hormone or regulatory mechanism to digestive function.? a. Enterokinase b. gastrin c. intestinal cells of Cajal d. cholecystokinin e. CFTR f.enteric nervous system 1._______ this hormone contributes to the secretion of pancreatic juice 2._______
  23. ecc

    Arginine vasopressin is a pituitary hormone. It helps regulate the amount of water in the blood by reducing the flow of urine from the kidneys. An aqueous solution containing 21.6 mg of vasopressinin 100.0 mL of solution has an osmotic pressure at 25 ¢ªC
  24. chemistry

    Arginine vasopressin is a pituitary hormone. It helps regulate the amount of water in the blood by reducing the flow of urine from the kidneys. An aqueous solution containing 21.6 mg of vasopressinin 100.0 mL of solution has an osmotic pressure at 25 ¢ªC
  25. science

    3.what hormone stimulates the thickening of the endometrial tissue? 4.Describes what occurs to the follicle around day 13 and 14 ? what is this process called ?
  26. Biology: growth hormone

    Could someone tell me the physiological effects of growth hormone Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Here are a few sites on the growth hormone: 1. http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/hgh.html 2.
  27. Science

    1. What is the response of cells in the collecting tubules in the nephrons when antidiuretic hormone AHD is secreted? a. The tubules become impermeable to water b. Serum potassium retention increases c. Large quantities of dilute urine are formed d. Water
  28. health

    - causes contraction of the smooth muscles in the wall of the uterus. it also stimulates the ejection of milk from the lacting breast A. Prolactin B.gonadotropic C. Oxytocin D. Antidiuretic hormone
  29. Biology

    Hi there, I have to do a paper on Luteinizing hormone and Follicle Stimulation Hormone. Could you direct me to newspapers or journal articles discussing both hormones individually and it's relation to homeostasis. Also, what is the chemical nature of the
  30. Chemistry

    When 1 gram of sex hormone (contains C, H, and O) was burned in a combustion analysis, 1.5 grams of CO2 and 0.405 grams of H2O were obtained. The molar mass was found to be 352g/mol. What is the molecular formula for the sex hormone?
  31. science

    Which techniques would you use if you were trying to detect the presence of a protein? Which techniques would you use to detect gene expression? How would you determine whether a tissue or cell was producing a steroid hormone? How would you confirm that a
  32. Organic Chemistry

    In order to obtain pure synthetic plant hormone, a 2:1 mixture of water and ethanol is used as the crystallizing solvent. Why is a solvent mixture used? A. Organic compounds are not soluble in pure ethanol. B. Ethanol and water have similar boiling points,
  33. A&P

    what would happen if there were no negative feedbsck control on growth and thyroid hormone
  34. Physiology

    Indicate the effect of the hormone on the response (increase, decrease, no effect)? 1.__________________ effect of secretion of insulin on blood glucose levels 2.__________________ effect of secretion of ADH on blood pressure 3.__________________ effect of
  35. OChem

    What's the purpose of "PREPARATION OF A SYNTHETIC PLANT HORMONE Adapted from "p-Chlorophenoxyacetic Acid – Preparation of a Synthetic Plant Hormone." thanks
  36. Science (Nutrition)

    Which hormone signals the pancreas to secrete bicarbonate into the small intestine? Which hormone tells the pancreas to secrete pancreatic lipases, proteases, and amylases into the small intestine?
  37. biology help

    Frequent urination is associated with alcohol consumption because alcohol suppresses the hormone (A)__________. As a result, urine becomes more (B)__________, and the body loses more water than it should.
  38. biological

    describe how the nervous systen and hormone system enable body to maintain optimum health
  39. Statistics

    Many dairy cows now receive injections of BST, a hormone intended to spur greater milk production. A group of 53 Jersey cows increased average milk production from 43 to 52 pounds per day, with a standard deviation of 4.8 lbs. Is this evidence that the
  40. Anatomy & Physiology II

    I've included answers as well. Thanks in advance. 1. Chemical substances secreted by cells into the extracellular fluids that regulate the metabolic function of other cells in the body are called: a. enzymes b. antibodies c. proteins d. hormones I chose D
  41. Anatomy & Physiology II

    I've included answers as well. Thanks in advance. 1. Chemical substances secreted by cells into the extracellular fluids that regulate the metabolic function of other cells in the body are called: a. enzymes b. antibodies c. proteins d. hormones I chose D
  42. BIOLOGY!! TEST TOMORROW!!!

    Whats the difference between adrenaline and noradrenaline??? Any help would be appreciated!!! That's a fair question. We'll tackle the simple part first. In North America, we refer to the two compounds as epinephrine and norepinephrine while in the UK
  43. Psychology

    A massage therapist stimulates the body, which in turn stimulates the
  44. Economics

    can someone please help me with this question? Testifying at a price fixing trial involving Cargill Corp. and the market for chicken growth hormone, (in which Cargill is one of only three firms worldwide), an executive for Perdue said: "It's an oligopoly.
  45. micro_economics

    can someone please help me with this question? Testifying at a price fixing trial involving Cargill Corp. and the market for chicken growth hormone, (in which Cargill is one of only three firms worldwide), an executive for Perdue said: "It's an oligopoly.
  46. physiology

    which of thew following hormones is important in stimulating water conservation in the kidneys? a) atrial natiuretic peptide b) thymosin c) aldosterone d) antidiuretic hormone c
  47. health

    If your body is having difficulty regulating your hormone level you may be suffering from a? A hormonal imbalance B hormonal surge C hormonal shortage D hormonal discrepancy I really need help im not sure what one it is :o
  48. psychology

    A massage therapist stimulates the body, which in turn stimulates the: a. parietal lobe b. temporal lobe c. pituitary gland d. prefrontal cortex
  49. Anatomy & Physiology

    The pancreas is part of the digestive system because the pancreas secretes enzymes that digest foods. Because it produces hormones such as insulin and glucagon, the pancreas is also part of the endocrine system. List two other organs that are parts of
  50. Statistics

    Many dairy cows now receive injections of BST, a hormone intended to spur greater milk production. A group of 53 Jersey cows increased average milk production from 43 to 52 pounds per day, with a standard deviation of 4.8 lbs. Is this evidence that the
  51. science

    5. The Papanicolaou test is used to detect A. conization in situ. C. minimal cervical dysplasia. B. protein in the urine. D. colonic polyposis. 6. The function of the antidiuretic hormone is to A. retain water for the body’s use. B. begin digestion of
  52. biology

    Describe the different types of hormone please help
  53. biology

    Gene expression regulation by methylation of the cytosines in a promoter would be considered : Select one: a. Transcriptional regulation. b. Posttranscriptional regulation. c. Posttranslational regulation. d. Translational regulation.
  54. Calcium

    Does calcium cause the body to retain fluid? I can't find any information. Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "calcium 'fluid retention'" to get these possible sources:
  55. Health

    True or false: The endocrine system only regulates long term changes in the body? A. True *** B. False Which endocrine gland (s) are responsible for the changes associated with puberty? A. Thymus gland B. Reproductive glands *** C. Thyroid gland D.
  56. Physiology

    Parathyroid hormone and calcitonin are synthesized where?
  57. science

    Which hormone secreted from ureter,kidneys,urethra?
  58. Science

    What hormone is the adrenal medulla responsible for secreting?
  59. nutrition

    The role of protein in hormone and aenezume functions
  60. biology

    Discuss the function of hormone in the reproductive process?
  61. science

    What part of the brain is involved in control of antidiuretic hormone?
  62. biology

    Explain negative feedback and give one example in the human body.
  63. physiology

    Where is Parathyroid hormone and Calcitonin each synthesize, and by what specific type of cell?
  64. Chemistry

    Write a balanced equation for the combustion of gaseous ethylene (C2H4), an important natural plant hormone, in which it combines with gaseous oxygen to form gaseous carbon dioxide and gaseous water
  65. Biology

    Can someone explain how negative feedback helps the body maintain homeostasis?
  66. A & P

    how is blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction and hormone release interrelated?
  67. HCA220

    How does blood clotting, immune response, allergic and hormone release interelate?
  68. anatomy

    epinephrine is the major hormone involved in longterm stress true or false
  69. science

    18. Which of the following best describes the overall function of hormones? A. To control physiological processes in the body B. To provide a pathway for nerve messages C. To stimulate the growth and maturation of body organs D. To determine masculine or
  70. Anatatomy and Physiology

    The ability of a specific tissue or organ to respond to the presence of a hormone is dependent on:
  71. science

    Secretin a) stimulates the release of alkaline products by the pancreas b) stimulates the gastric juices c) is released by the salivary glands d) decreases the stomach's churning activity e) stimulates the release of digestive enzymes I think that the
  72. medical language

    what are the interrelations of blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction and hormone release.
  73. HCA/220

    how does blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction and hormone resonse relate to each other
  74. HCA 220

    How are blood clotting,immune response,allergic reaction and hormone release interrelated?
  75. Science

    How do you measure body volume? I need two ways. Thanks. Displacement is a common method. Fill a barrel full of water, then dunk the body (letting the water overflow), remove the body, and then measure the water level. Another method is to use air
  76. Biology

    Which substance does not leave the nephrons by active transport? a)Potassium ions b)Water c)Calcium ions d)Phosphate ions e)glucose I think its either water or glucose... Another question.. Two strategies- negative feedback and antagonistic hormones- have
  77. Health Care

    Can someone help me with this question? what happens to insulin (the hormone secreted by pancreas that regulated glucose) levels in type-2 diabetes?
  78. health

    What are the interrelations of blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction, and hormone release. I have been trying to figure this out for 3 days now. Please help! Thank you.
  79. health care

    how are the processes of blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction, and hormone release interrelated?
  80. Chemistry

    Thyroxine, an important hormone that controls the rate of metabolism in the body can be isolated from the thyroid gland. If 0.455 g of thyroxine is dissolved in 10.0 g of benzene, the freezing point of the solution could be measured as 5.144°C. Pure
  81. adult education

    summarizes the processes of blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction, and hormone release and how are they interrelated
  82. Language of Health Care

    How are the processes of blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction, and hormone release interrelated?
  83. Physiology

    What condition triggers its release(e.g., glucose in blood) 1.Thyroid hormone 2.ADH 3. Aldosterone 4. Epinephrine 5. Melatonin 6. Estrogen
  84. Medical language

    Summarize the processes of blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction, and hormone release and how are they interrelated.
  85. bio

    Physiology: 1.Is Cortislim the miracle it is claimed to be? Or, is it bunk? http://www.ultimatefatburner.com/cortislim-review.html http://stress.about.com/od/medicationsherbs/a/cortislim.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CortiSlim Cortislim is an herbal
  86. HCA 220

    can someone explin how blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction, and hormone release interrelate. I have been searching and can't find anything
  87. LifeScience

    A diagram about the brain 1 which lobe of the pituitary gland does not make the hormones it releases? 2 why do you think adrenaline is called the "fight or flight hormone?
  88. Bio

    A lot of livestock is being given growth stimulating hormones. How does this affect humans that are eating this livestock? I don't remember what the word is but I remember that with presticides that they remain in the body and they biosomething so theres
  89. Math

    A state university wants to increase its retention rate of 4% for graduating students from the previous year. After implementing several new programs during the last two years, the university reevaluated its retention rate. Identify the Type I error in
  90. Abnormal psychology

    what are some phamacological and nonpharmacological variable that infuence an individual's response to drugs Light intensity and duration, foods, and hormone levels.
  91. chemistry(ch1001)

    When 6.853 mg of sex hormone was burned in a combustion analysis,19.73 mg of CO2 and 6.391 mg of H2O were obtained. What is the empirical formula of the compound ?? Please be detailed...help me.
  92. Science-Please Help!!!

    Which of the following systems is not directly involved in the body's regulation of water. a. digestive b. muscular c. urinary d. integumentary
  93. 9th grade

    Living Enviornment: 1) Why does a hormone not affect cells other than its target cells?
  94. Health

    What hormone is the adrenal medulla responsible for secreting? A. Gonadocorticoids B. Estrogen C. Epinephrine D. Androgen C. Epinephrine??????
  95. Biology

    My AP Biology class is exploring alpha amylase production in germinating barley seeds. There are three treatments the seeds, or more specifically the half-grains, are put in. 1) half grains with no embryo and no GA 2) half grains with an embryo present 3)
  96. Science - Please answer as soon as possible

    Which of the following systems is not directly involved in the body's regulation of water. a. digestive b. muscular c. urinary d. integumentary
  97. biology

    name of Cells that release ACh into the synaptic cleft of a neuromuscular junction? name of Cells that secret the hormone "glucagon" ?
  98. Abnormal Psychology

    Which of the following effects is least likely to occur when an individual is malnourished? A. A loss of circadian rhythm B. A decrease in the release of growth hormone C. Dermatological changes D. Lethargy, apathy, and depression C was my answer
  99. science

    what are the benfits and drawbacks of using insect hormones as a means of pest control? The benefits is that they can target specific bugs...maybe. The attractant hormones used to trap flies, cotton weevils, and the like, so they can be removed from the
  100. physiology

    Factors that increase the secretion of antidiuretic hormone include all of the following except: a)increased osmolarity of the ECF b) decreased renal blood flow c) increased concentration of potassium ions in the ICF d) increased concentration of sodium