Practice Test


Q1) Hormones chemically are: Show Answer


Q2) Hormonal diseases may be called: Show Answer


Q3) Which of the following is a hormonal diseases? Show Answer


Q4) A hormone is a molecule that: Show Answer


Q5) Adrenaline is secreted by: Show Answer


Q6) Corticoids are secreted by: Show Answer


Q7) Islets of Langerhans secrete: Show Answer


Q8) On the basis of chemical nature of hormones, they are divided into: Show Answer


Q9) The trophic factors are made up of proteins containing: Show Answer


Q10) Which one of the following is not synthesized in pituitary? Show Answer


Q11) ACTH is secreted by: Show Answer


Q12) ADH is produced by: Show Answer


Q13) Which of the following substances is released in excess quantity during excitement? Show Answer


Q14) Which of the following structures act as temporary ductless gland? Show Answer


Q15) Which of the following secretory glands acts both as endocrine and exocrine? Show Answer


Q16) Like muscles, hormones are antagonistic in their functioning. Mark the wrong one: Show Answer


Q17) The hormone released from intermediate lobe of pituitary is: Show Answer


Q18) Undersecretion of following hormones result in cretinism: Show Answer


Q19) Which of the following statements is false? Show Answer


Q20) The target cells of a hormone always have: Show Answer


Q21) The cells that produce glucagon in pancreas are: Show Answer


Q22) Calcium ions are important in the body because they: Show Answer


Q23) FSH is produced by: Show Answer


Q24) Adrenal medullary hormones are produced when: Show Answer


Q25) Estrogen is necessary for: Show Answer


Q26) Vasopressin and oxytocin are actually secreted by: Show Answer


Q27) Adrenal cortical cells are stimulated by: Show Answer


Q28) Many hormones are initially synthesised as biologically inactive precursor molecules called: Show Answer


Q29) Rate of hormones synthesis and secretion depend upon: Show Answer


Q30) Thyrotrophic releasing hormone is: Show Answer


Q31) Involvement of any hormone in the control of cellular function depends on a series of reactions involving: Show Answer


Q32) Hormones regulating the morphogenetic effects are: Show Answer


Q33) If ovaries of a lady are removed in the fourth month of pregnancy, the result will be: Show Answer


Q34) A substance called ADH is: Show Answer


Q35) Pancreas is a mixed gland in which: Show Answer


Q36) Treatment with alloxan destroys: Show Answer


Q37) Select the correct answeres to the followings. Which of the following techniques would be least likely to help elucidate the function of a hormone produced by an endocrine gland? Show Answer


Q38) All the following commonly serve as signals stimulating hormone secretion except: Show Answer


Q39) Hormones are known to cause all the following changes in target cells except: Show Answer


Q40) An advantage of having the endocirne system as well as the nervous system involved in the "fight or flight" response in: Show Answer


Q41) In case of hypersecretion of a parathormone, some cells of body become overactive. These cells are: Show Answer


Q42) Hormones which helps in the implantation of embryo in uterus is: Show Answer


Q43) In the areas of destruction in the bones, fibrous cysts develop however the parathyroid becomes overactive. This is the: Show Answer


Q44) Anti-allergic hormone is: Show Answer


Q45) Cretinism is due to: Show Answer


Q46) Which of the following is not necessarily property of all hormones? Show Answer


Q47) One of the following hormones is not produced by alimentary canal. Select? Show Answer


Q48) The true proteinaceous hormones are secreted by: Show Answer


Q49) What does the growth hormone do when growth period is over: Show Answer


Q50) Strong emotional attachment to the young ones is due to: Show Answer


Q51) Secretion of which one is under the control of nervous tissue? Show Answer


Q52) Thymus gland develops from embryonic: Show Answer


Q53) Accessory thyroid follicles are: Show Answer


Q54) Parathyroid glands are mainly concerned with: Show Answer


Q55) Hormone responsible for puberty in man is: Show Answer


Q56) When a person suffers from a marked fall in blood pressure, it is helped to administer to him the following hormone: Show Answer


Q57) Thyroid gland of vertebrates is considered to be homologous to which one of following parts of lower chordates? Show Answer


Q58) Secretion of androgens by testes is regulated by: Show Answer


Q59) Secretion of vasopressin is: Show Answer


Q60) Precursor chemical for steriod hormones is: Show Answer


Q61) Function of progesterone is: Show Answer


Q62) A new menstrual cycle starts when: Show Answer


Q63) Diabetes mellitus is caused by deficiency of: Show Answer


Q64) The growth of facial and body hair is male is stimulated by: Show Answer


Q65) The phenomenon of 'heat' or oestrus in females is due to the hormones secreted by: Show Answer


Q66) Which of the pituitary hormones is responsible for the secretion of milk by the mammary glands in female? Show Answer


Q67) Which one of the endocrine glands shrinks after the start of adolescence? Show Answer


Q68) The hormone that regulates the growth of the skeleton and the body as a whole is: Show Answer


Q69) Which one of the following has anti-insulin effect? Show Answer


Q70) Which of the following hormones is proteinic in nature but may be secreted by an organ which normally secretes steroids under special condition is: Show Answer


Q71) The Addison's disease is caused by the: Show Answer


Q72) The defeminisation and masculinisation of female may be done by: Show Answer


Q73) Select the odd one: Show Answer


Q74) Progesterone is a / an: Show Answer


Q75) Which hormone of the following endocrine glands lacks peptide, amines and sulphur? Show Answer


Q76) Which endocrine gland stores its secretion in the extracellular space before discharging it into the blood? Show Answer


Q77) According to the accepted concept of hormone action, if receptor molecules are removed from target organs: Show Answer


Q78) Oxytocin is a: Show Answer


Q79) The hormone which elevates blood calcium and phosphorus level is: Show Answer


Q80) The hormone which stimulates milk production in mammals is known as: Show Answer


Q81) Which of the following is not steroid? Show Answer


Q82) Which of the following hormones stimulates conversion of proteins into amino acids particular during fasting or hibernation? Show Answer


Q83) Growth hormone is secreted by: Show Answer


Q84) The hormone in pineal gland is called: Show Answer


Q85) The pineal gland: Show Answer


Q86) Endocrinology term was proposed by: Show Answer


Q87) Hormones are needed in: Show Answer


Q88) Pheromones are: Show Answer


Q89) The total no. of hormones produced by adernal cortex is 20 but they are grouped under: Show Answer


Q90) Calcitonin, which reduces the excessive amount of calcium of the blood, is secreted by the: Show Answer


Q91) The vesicles of the thyroid gland are lined by: Show Answer


Q92) The moulting in insects is triggered off by: Show Answer


Q93) The hormones secreted by hypothalamus are carried to the pituitary gland by: Show Answer


Q94) A short individual, fairly well proportioned body, who is mentally and physically normal, developed due to the undersecretion of growth hormones. This stage is: Show Answer


Q95) Hormones controlling expression of secondary sexual characters are secreted by which of these cells in the testis? Show Answer


Q96) Thyrotoxicosis is the: Show Answer


Q97) Virilism in the female is a tendency to develop male characters. Whereas feminism in the male, is a tendency to develop female characters. These are associated with: Show Answer


Q98) Hyperadrenalism is called: Show Answer


Q99) Cretinism in childern is caused by: Show Answer


Q100) Mammalian thymus is mainly concerned with: Show Answer


Q101) Insulin was extracted first by: Show Answer


Q102) The effect of different hormones on the body can be best said to bring about: Show Answer


Q103) Which hormone has the anti-insulin effect? Show Answer


Q104) Hypoparathyroidism results due to: Show Answer


Q105) The secretion from which of the following controls water balance in the body? Show Answer


Q106) Insulin promotes: Show Answer


Q107) Mark the gland in whose presence sex glands fail to develop: Show Answer


Q108) The anterior lobe of pituitary affects: Show Answer


Q109) Survival time can be minimized if we remove: Show Answer


Q110) Testis secretes androgen, it is: Show Answer


Q111) Which of the following causes ageing? Show Answer


Q112) Breast development during pregnancy is induced by: Show Answer


Q113) Which of the following is helpful for an asthma patient in exhaling the air? Show Answer


Q114) Which of the following controls thirst? Show Answer


Q115) Oxytocin is secreted by: Show Answer


Q116) Which of the following hormones is from parathyriod gland? Show Answer


Q117) Thyroxine is produced through: Show Answer


Q118) Which of the following is related to the production of lymphocytes and antibodies? Show Answer


Q119) Addison's disease is dur to malfunctioning of: Show Answer


Q120) The recently reported hormone, angiotensin is secreted by: Show Answer


Q121) Thyroxine plays significant effect on: Show Answer


Q122) Continued secretion of milk is maintained by Show Answer


Q123) The over-secretion of which of the following pituitary hormones causes acromegaly (irregularly development of bones)? Show Answer


Q124) Hormone responsible for the implantation of embryo in uterus and formation of placenta is: Show Answer


Q125) The pituitaty gland's posterior lobe produces two hormones called: Show Answer


Q126) According to recent knowledge, the pineal body is considered as: Show Answer


Q127) Which hormone is responsible ofr the relaxation of the ligaments of the plevic gridles in females at the time of birth? Show Answer


Q128) Who studied the effect of thyroxine on metamorphosis: Show Answer


Q129) Correct hormonal sequence in the increase of menstruation is: Show Answer


Q130) Hormone secreted by posterior lobe of pituitary is concerned with: Show Answer


Q131) Hormone-secreting cells, called neurosecretary cells, are abundant in the: Show Answer


Q132) Oxytocin and antidiuretic hormone reach the posterior pituitary by way of: Show Answer


Q133) Oxytocin and antidiuretic hormone reach their target cells by way of: Show Answer


Q134) The leuteinising hormone is secreted by: Show Answer


Q135) Hypothalamic realsing hormones reach the anterior pituitary gland by way of: Show Answer


Q136) Excessive production of growth hormone during adulthood can lead to: Show Answer


Q137) In mammals, prolactin stimulates the production of: Show Answer


Q138) Cushing's syndrome is associated with: Show Answer


Q139) If a person is subjected to stress (like heat, cold, loud noise etc.) continuously, which organ will undergo hypertrophy: Show Answer


Q140) Addison's disease is caused by: Show Answer


Q141) The adrenal glands are located adjacent to the: Show Answer


Q142) The fight-or-flight response is developed by hormones of the: Show Answer


Q143) The main function of norepinephrine is to increase: Show Answer


Q144) Epinephrine and norepinephrine function as both hormones and: Show Answer


Q145) All the hormones of the adrenal cortex, are synthesized from: Show Answer


Q146) Disease Osteitis fibrosa cystica is related with: Show Answer


Q147) The part of the brain with greatest influence over the endocrine system is the: Show Answer


Q148) Which of the following groups of arthropoda has well-developed endocrine system? Show Answer


Q149) If adenohypophysectomy is done in adult, then which of the following is the correct statement: Show Answer


Q150) The moult of an insect is triggered by: Show Answer


Q151) The development of adult characteristics in a moulting insect is promoted by: Show Answer


Q152) The retention of larval characteristics in moulting insect is promoted by: Show Answer


Q153) A male moth finds a mate by means of: Show Answer


Q154) Diabetes mellitus develops only when: Show Answer


Q155) The hormone which is related to the urine concentration in mammals: Show Answer


Q156) Which of the following hormones is a steroid? Show Answer


Q157) In a male heavy voice and growth of beard and moustache is due to oversecretion of: Show Answer


Q158) Which of the following hormone is a modified amino acid? Show Answer


Q159) Animal tissues that synthesize hormones are closely associated with, and sometimes resemble, cells of the: Show Answer


Q160) Which one of the followings is not under direct control of pituitary gland? Show Answer


Q161) If thyroidectomy of tadpole is performed, moulting will take place: Show Answer


Q162) Spermatogenesis in mammalin testis is controlled by: Show Answer


Q163) Vasopressin is related with: Show Answer


Q164) Metabolic rate in mammals is controlled by: Show Answer


Q165) The cells of pancreas that produce glucagon are: Show Answer


Q166) The first hormone to be isolated (in 1902) was: Show Answer


Q167) The mammalian thyroid gland is located adjacent to the: Show Answer


Q168) Thyroxine and triiodothyronine, produced by the thyroid are synthesized from iodine and: Show Answer


Q169) The parathyroid glands are located adjacent to the: Show Answer


Q170) Progesterone is secreted by: Show Answer


Q171) A person wih diabetes mellitus does not secret enough: Show Answer


Q172) The neurons of a person with diabetes mellitus do not produce sufficient: Show Answer


Q173) The pineal gland is located: Show Answer


Q174) Term pheromone was first given by: Show Answer


Q175) Who first isolated and crystallized thyroxine? Show Answer


Q176) Which of the following is an inhibitory hormone? Show Answer


Q177) Progesterone is responsible for: Show Answer


Q178) Cushing's disease is due to excessive stimulation of: Show Answer


Q179) Hormones are characterised by: Show Answer


Q180) Which of the following glands has both endocrine and exocrine functions? Show Answer


Q181) The hormone measured in urine to test for pregnancy is: Show Answer


Q182) Adrenal medullary hormones are: Show Answer


Q183) Prostaglandins are: Show Answer


Q184) Oxytocin is secreted by: Show Answer


Q185) Undersecretion of thyroxine in children causes: Show Answer


Q186) Hyposecretion of neurohypophysis causes: Show Answer


Q187) Growth hormone promotes the growth of the animal by affecting: Show Answer


Q188) Progesterone and relaxin are secreted by: Show Answer


Q189) Release of milk from the mammary glands is under: Show Answer


Q190) Precursor for steroid hormone is: Show Answer


Q191) Hypothyroidism in adult causes: Show Answer


Q192) Complete failure of adenohypophysis of pituitary in adult woman causes: Show Answer


Q193) A steroid hormone typically alters the activity of its target cells by: Show Answer


Q194) A peptide hormone typically alters activity of its target cells by: Show Answer


Q195) Hypothalamo-hypophyseal system is derived from: Show Answer


Q196) The most important component of the oral contraceptive pill is: Show Answer


Q197) The hormone that stimulates the stomach to secrete gastric juice is: Show Answer


Q198) Calcitonin is a thyroid hormone which: Show Answer


Q199) The contraction of gall bladder is due to: Show Answer


Q200) Gravidex test is a test for which of the following hormones: Show Answer


Q201) Insulin is a poly: Show Answer


Q202) Hormone, thyroxine, adrenaline and the pigment melanin are formed from: Show Answer


Q203) A person had to undergo a surgery in which a major portion of his pancreas was removed. Which of the following food constituents will be found especially difficult to digest? Show Answer


Q204) Which hormone is given during allergies: Show Answer


Q205) which hormone is most important in gastro-intestinal tract? Show Answer


Q206) Ca metabolism is regulated by: Show Answer


Q207) Spermatogenesis in males is induced by: Show Answer


Q208) Pancreas is stimulated by: Show Answer


Q209) Heavy jaws, long face, long extremities are caused by: Show Answer


Q210) Which one controls the secretion of estrogen? Show Answer


Q211) Diabetes insipidus is under the control of: Show Answer


Q212) FSH and LH hormones together are called? Show Answer


Q213) Parathormone deficiency in man causes: Show Answer


Q214) Growth hormone somatostatin is secreted by: Show Answer


Q215) The antidiuretic hormone or vasopressin (ADH) causes: Show Answer


Q216) One of the important function of insulin is it: Show Answer


Q217) There are some examples of only endocrine glands: Show Answer


Q218) Deficiecny of calciferol causes: Show Answer


Q219) When is progesterone secreted? Show Answer


Q220) Parathormone induces: Show Answer


Q221) Progesterone is produced by: Show Answer


Q222) Which of the following is a mineralocorticoid? Show Answer


Q223) Pitressin is found in: Show Answer


Q224) In endocrine gland: Show Answer


Q225) Goitre is due to deficiency of: Show Answer


Q226) If Adenohypohysectomy is done in adult, then which of the followings is the correct statement: Show Answer


Q227) Which of the following is the correct statement about adrenaline and nor-adrenaline? Show Answer


Q228) Due to hypersecretion of somatotropic or growth hormone in adult human, develops: Show Answer


Q229) The immediate cause of induction of ovulation in the human female is the large plasma surge of: Show Answer


Q230) Hormones like testosterone, oestrogen, cortisol are examples of: Show Answer


Q231) "Androgen" is referred to as: Show Answer


Q232) Secretin is a: Show Answer


Q233) Glucagon and insulin are: Show Answer


Q234) The Luteinising hormone is secreted by: Show Answer


Q235) In female, secondary sexual characters are due to: Show Answer


Q236) What is the function of enterogastrone? Show Answer


Q237) Body coordination is exhibited by: Show Answer


Q238) Disease caused by deficiency of parathormone is: Show Answer


Q239) Cretinism is due to less secretion of: Show Answer


Q240) Cholecystokinin and enterocrinin are secreted by: Show Answer


Q241) Hormone oxytocin controls: Show Answer


Q242) Which one exclusively comprises endocrine glands? Show Answer


Q243) Melatonin is produced by: Show Answer


Q244) On seeing a Tiger, the heart beat and blood pressure increase due to release of hormone: Show Answer


Q245) A person has producing eyes, tachycardia and higher body temperature. He is suffering from: Show Answer


Q246) Hormone controlling metabolism in the body is: Show Answer


Q247) The fight, flight, fright hormone is: Show Answer


Q248) Myxoedema is due to: Show Answer


Q249) Injection of glucagon will: Show Answer


Q250) Goitre influences: Show Answer


Q251) Pheromones are: Show Answer


Q252) Which is not involved in endocrine secretion? Show Answer


Q253) GH affects growth by controlling production of: Show Answer


Q254) If receptor molecule is removed from target organ for hormone action, the target organ will: Show Answer


Q255) Master endocrine gland is: Show Answer


Q256) Insulin is secreted by pancreas in: Show Answer


Q257) Diabetes insipidus occurs due to hyposecretion of: Show Answer


Q258) Steroids are precursors of: Show Answer


Q259) Thyrotropin - Releasing Factor (TRF) is produced by: Show Answer


Q260) Tetany is caused by: Show Answer


Q261) Mainly which type of hormones control the menstrual cycle in human beings: Show Answer


Q262) When both ovaries are removed from rat then which hormone is decreased in blood? Show Answer


Q263) Which one of the following pairs correctly matches a hormone with a disease resulting from its deficiency? Show Answer


Q264) Synthesis of testosterone by Leydig cells is stimulated by: Show Answer


Q265) Which one of the following hormones is a modified amino acid? Show Answer


Q266) Which one of the following pairs correctly matches a hormone with a disease resulting from its deficiency? Show Answer


Q267) Chemically the hormones are: Show Answer


Q268) Which of the following hormones is not a secretion product of human placents? Show Answer


Q269) Damage to thymus in a child may lead to: Show Answer


Q270) Parkinson's disease (characterized by tremors and progressive rigidity of limbs) is caused by degeneration of brain neurons that are involved in movement control and make use of neurotransmitter: Show Answer


Q271) FSH is secreted by: Show Answer


Q272) The hormone that controls the level of calcium and phosphorus in the blood is secreted by: Show Answer


Q273) Which of the following disease is not related to thyroid gland? Show Answer


Q274) Grave's disease is due to: Show Answer


Q275) Hassall's bodies/corpuscles are found in: Show Answer


Q276) Gorilla-like man with large finger and hands and protruding jaws, is produced due to: Show Answer


Q277) A person has thick lips, slow heart rate, increased blood cholesterol level. These symptoms are due to: Show Answer


Q278) Chronological age of a person is 20 years whereas his intelligence is not more than that of a child of 5 years age. It is due to: Show Answer


Q279) Iodine is essential to remove the disease: Show Answer


Q280) Autoimmune hypothyroidism is: Show Answer


Q281) Which of the following is not paried correctly? Show Answer


Q282) A patient of Diabetes mellitus excrete glucose in urine even when he is kept in a carbohydrate free diet. It is because: Show Answer


Q283) Sertoli cells are regulated by the pituitary known as: Show Answer


Q284) A steroid hormone which regulates glucose metabolism is: Show Answer


Q285) Which one of the following is not a second messenger in hormone action? Show Answer


Q286) Which one of the following statements is correct? Show Answer


Q287) Withdrawal of which of the following hormones is the immediate cause of menstruation? Show Answer


Q288) Which is not a symptom of hypothyroiditis? Show Answer


Q289) Hyposecretion of which of the following can cause diabetes insipidus? Show Answer


Q290) The hormones that initiate ejection of milk, stimulate milk production and growth of ovarian follicles are respectively known as Show Answer


Q291) Which one of the following endocrine gland functions as a biological clock and a neurosecretory transducer? Show Answer


Q292) In the homeostatic control of blood sugar level, which organs function respectively as modulator and effector? Show Answer


Q293) Which of the following hormones are produced in the hypothalamus and stored in the posterior pituitary? Show Answer


Q294) Parathyroid: Show Answer


Q295) Which part of ovary in mammals acts as an endocrine gland after ovulation? Show Answer


Q296) Feeling the tremors of an earthquake a scared resident of seventh floor of a multistoryed building starts climbing down the stairs rapidly. Which hormone initiated this action? Show Answer


Q297) Which one of the following pairs of organs includes only the endocrine glands? Show Answer


Q298) Which one of the following is an amine hormone? Show Answer


Q299) The blood calcium level is lowered by the deficiency of: Show Answer


Q300) In human adult females oxytocin: Show Answer


Q301) Which of the following statement is correct? Show Answer


Q302) The posterior pituitary: Show Answer


Q303) Parathyroid hormone: Show Answer


Q304) Steroid hormones: Show Answer


Q305) Both adrenaline and cortisol are secreted in response to stress; which of the following statement is also true for both of these hormones? Show Answer


Q306) Which of the following is not inhibitory hormone? Show Answer


Q307) Melanocyte stimulating hormone is secreted by which cell type of pituitary gland? Show Answer


Q308) Which of the following can cause release of oxytocin hormone in a lactating mother? Show Answer


Q309) Which of the following hormone is not present in both sexes? Show Answer


Q310) About a million islets of langerbans each with approximately 3000 cells comprise what percentage of pancreas? Show Answer


Q311) Which of the following statement '' is Not '' correct? Show Answer


Q312) Which of the following is a function of calcitonin? Show Answer


Q313) Hypophysectomy results in diminution of all except one of the following hormones. Show Answer


Q314) The glucocoticoids are mainly responsible for: Show Answer


Q315) Insulin deficiency produces: Show Answer


Q316) Hormones based on fatty acids are: Show Answer


Q317) A hormone which helps in the implantation of embryo in uterus is: Show Answer


Q318) Hypothyroidism in adults and hyperparathyroidism will respectively lead to: Show Answer


Q319) A disease which is caused by the under-secretion of adrenal cortex is: Show Answer


Q320) Find the correct pair of:
Source gland:Hormone:Function Show Answer


Q321) Which of the following statements are correct?
(a) Endocrine control is integrated with neural control at the level of the hypothalamus.
(b) Thyroid hormones are required for normal prenatal brain development.
(c) Glucocorticoids are anabolic steroids.
(d) Adrenal medulla releases adrenaline and noradrenaline in a ratio of approximately 10:1: Show Answer


Q322) Androgens regulates Show Answer


Q323) Progesterone hormone is secreted by Show Answer


Q324) Injury to adrenal cortex is not likely to affect the secretion of which one of the following? Show Answer


Q325) Hormones are non-nutrient chemicals, which acts as…….. messengers and are produced in trace amount Show Answer


Q326) Insulin receptors are Show Answer


Q327) ‘GIP’ stimulates the release of Show Answer


Q328) The thyroid gland is composed of …A… lobes which are located on either side of the …B… the lobes are
interconnected with a thin flap of connective tissue called …C…
Select the correct combination for A, B and C Show Answer


Q329) Some hormone need the secondary messenger, because Show Answer


Q330) Sex hormones can work without the help of Show Answer


Q331) Estrogen Show Answer


Q332) In human adults females, oxytocin Show Answer


Q333) The hormone that increases the blood calcium level and decreases its excretion by kidney is Show Answer


Q334) Gastrointestinal hormones are Show Answer


Q335) I. Glucagon
II. Epinephrine
III. Steroid hormone
IV. Idothyronine
Among the given hormones which needs secondary messenger Show Answer


Q336) The activity of formation of milk is regulated by the activity of …A… . While the ejection of milk is
controlled by …B… hormone
Here, A and B refers to Show Answer


Q337) Feeling the tremors of an earthquake, a scared resident of seventh floor of a multistoreyed building starts
climbing down the stairs rapidly. Which hormone initiates this action? Show Answer


Q338) Endocrine glands are Show Answer


Q339) Pheromones are also called
I. ectohormones
II. sex attractants
III. semichemicals
The correct option is Show Answer


Q340) Sertoli cells are regulated by the pituitary hormone known as Show Answer


Q341) Which of the following is gastrointestine hormone? Show Answer


Q342) Islets of Langerhans is a normal human pancreas comprise only Show Answer


Q343) Which is the function of norepinephrine? Show Answer


Q344) Correct order of action of hydrophilic hormones
I. Hormones bind to plasma membrane
II. Physiological response
III. Biochemical response
IV. Generation of secondary messenger
Choose the correct option Show Answer


Q345) To yield more milk, cow is injected with Show Answer


Q346) FSH (Follicle stimulating hormone) is produced by Show Answer


Q347) Calcium level decreases in the blood due to hyposecretion of Show Answer


Q348) I. Somatostatin inhibits intestinal absorption of glucose
II. Leydig’s cell secrete progesterone
III. Melatonin is secreted by pineal gland
IV. Myxoedema is a thyroid disorder
V. Neurohypophysis secreted ACTH
Select the correct statements and choose the option Show Answer


Q349) Hypothyroidism causes Show Answer


Q350) Which one of the following is not an endocrine gland? Show Answer


Q351) Pituitary gland is derived from Show Answer


Q352) ‘ANF’ is secretes by Show Answer


Q353) Tyrosine is the precursor of Show Answer


Q354) Which one of the following four glands is correctly matched with the accompanying description? Show Answer


Q355) Generally the steroid hormones are derived from Show Answer


Q356) Which hormone causes dilation of blood vessels, increased oxygen consumption and glycogenolysis? Show Answer


Q357) In Cushing’s syndrome, there is Show Answer


Q358) Thymus gland releases …… hormone Show Answer


Q359) Endemic goitre is state of Show Answer


Q360) The thymus gland is a lobular structure located on the …A… side of the …B… and aorta. The thymus plays a
significant role in the development …C… system Choose the correct combination of A, B and C Show Answer


Q361) Resorption of water and electrolytes by distal tubules of kidney and thereby diuresis reducing the loss of
water through urine (diuresis) is done by Show Answer


Q362) Which hormone produces calorigenic effect? Show Answer


Q363) I. Hormones are non-nutrient chemicals
II. Hormones act as intracellular chemicals
III. Hormones are produced in moderate quantity
IV. Hormones may be proteins, steroids, glycoproteins or biogenic amines
Choose the option with written above correct statements Show Answer


Q364) The thyroid gland is composed of Show Answer


Q365) Which one of the following endocrine glands functions as a biological clock and a neurosecretory
transducer? Show Answer


Q366) An adenohypophysis hormone, which is regulated by feedback mechanism is Show Answer


Q367) A person is having problems with calcium and phosphorus metabolism in his body. Which one of the
following glands may not be functioning properly? Show Answer


Q368) Which gland is called 4S and 3F? Show Answer


Q369) Secretion is under control of neurosecretory nerve axons in Show Answer


Q370) Insulin is Show Answer


Q371) Which one is not a placental hormone? Show Answer


Q372) Largest endocrine gland is Show Answer


Q373) GnRh (Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone) stimulates the Show Answer


Q374) Match the source of gland with its respective hormone as well as the function Show Answer


Q375) Gigantism and dwarfism are the disease related to Show Answer


Q376) The function of pineal body is to Show Answer


Q377) The cause of cretinism is Show Answer


Q378) Hyposecretion of growth hormone causes Show Answer


Q379) The decline and disappearance of …… gland by the middle age is primary cause of ageing Show Answer


Q380) Which of the following hormones are secreted by pancreas? Show Answer


Q381) Father of Endocrinology is Show Answer


Q382) Which of the following is correct Show Answer


Q383) Which of the following hormones is not a secretary product of human placenta? Show Answer


Q384) Molecule that bind the receptor and induces cell the post-receptor events is called …A… and molecule that
bind to the receptor and inhibit all the post-receptor events is called …B…. Show Answer


Q385) In males, the spermatogenesis is regulated by Show Answer


Q386) Hormone is a/an Show Answer


Q387) Chemically hormones are Show Answer


Q388) MSH is produced by Show Answer


Q389) The hormone oxytocin and vasopressin are secreted by Show Answer


Q390) Androgens act on the …A… and influence the male sexual behavior called …B… . These hormones produce
…C… effect on protein and carbohydrate metabolism. Choose the correct combination of A, B and C Show Answer


Q391) Which accessory genital gland occurs only in mammalian male? Show Answer


Q392) Decrease in the calcium level in blood is caused by Show Answer


Q393) Which of the following vitamins has some physiological effects similar to those of parathormone? Show Answer


Q394) I. The adrenal cortex secretes many hormones called corticoids
II. Corticoids involved in carbohydrate metabolism are called glucocorticoids
III. Cortisol is main glucocorticoids
IV. Aldosterone is the main mineralocorticoids
Select the correct combination from the given options Show Answer


Q395) Glucagon is secreted by Show Answer


Q396) Which of the following is the function of adrenaline? Show Answer


Q397) Pineal gland of human brain secretes melatonin concerned with Show Answer


Q398) Islets of Langerhans are found in Show Answer


Q399) I. Increase of heart beat
II. Increase of respiration rate
III. Stimulate breakdown of glycogen
IV. Stimulate breakdown of lipid and protein
Statement written above are the features of which hormone Show Answer


Q400) In previous question B consists of which cells that secretes adrenaline and nor-adrenaline Show Answer


Q401) Cretinism, mental retardation, low intelligence quotient, abnormal skin, deaf-mutism, etc. are the results of Show Answer


Q402) Increase in bleeding time and delay in blood coagulation is due to the deficiency of which hormone? Show Answer


Q403) LH and FSH are collectively called Show Answer


Q404) Large number of hormones are secreted by Show Answer


Q405) Sella turcica protects our Show Answer


Q406) Vitamin that has similar action as the parathormone is Show Answer


Q407) Hormone that promotes cell division, protein synthesis and bone growth is Show Answer


Q408) Significant role of calcium balance in the body is maintained by Show Answer


Q409) Lipid soluble hormone works by interacting with Show Answer


Q410) In situation of fear, in blood there is increase of Show Answer


Q411) Which hormone /gland acts in biological clocks? Show Answer


Q412) The gland which performs both endocrine and exocrine function is Show Answer


Q413) Mammalian prolactin is secreted by Show Answer


Q414) …A… is essential for the normal rate of hormone synthesis in the thyroid. Deficiency of iodine in our diet
results in …B… and enlargement of the thyroid gland, commonly called …C…
Select the correct combination for A, B and C Show Answer


Q415) Pineal gland secretes which hormones
I. Serotonin
II. ACTH
III. MSH
IV. PRL
V. Melatonin
VI. FSH
The correct option is Show Answer


Q416) I. Pancreas II. Testis
III. Liver IV. Thyroid gland
V. Adrenal gland VI. Pituitary gland
Which of the above given glands are endocrine glands? Show Answer


Q417) Which one of the following hormone is a modified amino acid? Show Answer


Q418) Inhibition of secretion of which of the following hormones is necessary for disintegration of corpus luteum? Show Answer


Q419) The hyposecretion of which hormone leads to loss of sodium and water through urine, low blood pressure
and hypotension? Show Answer


Q420) The pituitary gland is located in a bony cavity called …A… and is attached to …B… by a stalk.
Identify A and B to complete the given statement Show Answer


Q421) The term hormone was given by Show Answer


Q422) Which regulates cell division, protein synthesis and growth of the bone? Show Answer


Q423) Which is not a symptom of exophthalmic goiter? Show Answer


Q424) JGC (Juxtaglomerular cell) secretes Show Answer


Q425) Which of the following hormones does not contain a polypeptide? Show Answer


Q426) Diurnal rhythm of our body is maintained by Show Answer


Q427) I. Non-nutrient
II. Intercellular messenger
III. Produced in trace amount
IV. Intracellular messenger
Select the correct properties of hormones from above list and then choose the option correct combination Show Answer


Q428) Consider the following statements
I. Calcitonin is non-iodised
II. Calcitonin is secreted by parafollicular cells
III. Calcitonin regulates the calcium level in blood
IV. Calcitonin is also called as TCT (Thyrocalcitonin)
V. TCT is hyperglycemic agent (factor)
Select the option containing correct statements from the above given statements Show Answer


Q429) ‘ANF’ is a hormone, which Show Answer


Q430) Cretinism caused by Show Answer


Q431) Acromegaly is caused by Show Answer


Q432) Neurons of people suffering from diabetes insipidus do not secrete Show Answer


Q433) ‘Myasthenia gravis’ is related to which hormone? Show Answer


Q434) Gigantism and acromegaly are due to Show Answer


Q435) Who is known as ‘father of Endocrinology’? Show Answer


Q436) Adrenal gland is present at the Show Answer


Q437) Thyroxine is secreted by Show Answer


Q438) Islets of Langerhans have …A… cells which secrete …B… hormone. This hormone reduces the blood
glucose level by converting glucose into glycogen. Islets of Langerhans have …C… cells which secrete …D…
hormone. This hormone increase the blood glucose by converting glycogen to glucose
Choose the correct combination for A, B, C and D
Show Answer


Q439) According to accepted concept of hormone action, if receptor molecules are removed from target organs,
then the target organ will Show Answer


Q440) Hormone responsible for the control of the development of secondary sexual characters in females is Show Answer


Q441) Hassall’s bodies/corpuscles are present in Show Answer


Q442) The Leydig cells or …A… cells which are present in …B… . Spaces produce a group of hormone called
androgens mainly …C…
Choose the correct option for A, B and C Show Answer


Q443) I. Insulin II. Epinephrine
III. Oestradiol IV. Norepinephrine
V. Testosterone VI. Glucagon
Which of the above hormones are amino acid derivatives? Show Answer


Q444) Oestrogen and testosterone are steroid hormones, and are the most likely bind to Show Answer


Q445) Which one of the following pituitary hormones does not have a target organ to act upon? Show Answer


Q446) CCK acts on Show Answer


Q447) In females the …A... induces the ovulation of fully mature follicle called …B... and maintain the …C… formed
from remnants of the Graafian follicle after ovulation. Select the correct combination in reference to the
above given statement Show Answer


Q448) Which of the following are heterocine glands
I. Thyroid II. Parathyroid
III. Ovary IV. Testis
V. Pituitary VI. Pancreas
Choose the correct option Show Answer


Q449) Progesterone pill helps in preventing pregnancy by not allowing Show Answer


Q450) Parathyroid hormone is a Show Answer


Q451) How many Islets of Langerhans are present in normal human pancreas? Show Answer


Q452) Depict the correct line of the hormone Show Answer


Q453) Diabetes mellitus takes place only when Show Answer


Q454) Major roles of thymus gland in humans is/are Show Answer


Q455) The hydrophilic hormones interact with …A… . While the hydrophobic hormones interact with …B…
Choose the correct option for A and B Show Answer


Q456) Melatonin is secreted by Show Answer


Q457) ‘ANF’ is Show Answer


Q458) The formation of egg and sperm is affected by Show Answer


Q459) Pituitary gland is divided into Show Answer


Q460) Pigmentation of skin in humans is maintained by Show Answer


Q461) Storing and release of vasopressin and oxytocin is done by Show Answer


Q462) Gluconeogenesis, lipolysis and proteolysis processes are stimulated by Show Answer


Q463) Hypothalamus releases two types of hormones mainly Show Answer


Q464) Pair of ovary located …… of female (human) Show Answer


Q465) Hormone responsible for the secretion of milk after parturition is Show Answer


Q466) Insulin and glucagon are transported to target organ by Show Answer


Q467) The ‘amino acid derivative’ among the following hormone is Show Answer


Q468) GIP (Gastric Inhibitory Peptide) Show Answer


Q469) Absorption of water in DCT is controlled by Show Answer


Q470) Which of the following given organs are influenced by activity of PTH?
The option containing all correct answers is
I. Kidney II. Bone
III. Muscle IV. Intestine
V. Brain Show Answer


Q471) Select the incorrect option Show Answer


Q472) Compared to a bull, a bullock is docile because of Show Answer


Q473) Which of the following are identical? Show Answer


Q474) Identify the four major hormones of GI tract. Out of the list given below
I. Gastrin
II. Secretin
III. Cholecystokinin
IV. ACTH
V. MSH
VI. GIP
The correct option is Show Answer


Q475) Which of the following is the largest gland in an adult man? Show Answer


Q476) The posterior pituitary is under the Show Answer


Q477) Pars intermedia is a part of Show Answer


Q478) Which one of the following pair correctly matches a hormone with a disease resulting from its deficiency? Show Answer


Q479) The releasing hormones are produced by Show Answer


Q480) Which gland atrophies in adult? Show Answer


Q481) Identify which of the following are endocrine glands?
I. Liver
II. Gastric gland
III. Pituitary gland
IV. Thyroid
Choose the correct option Show Answer


Q482) Prostaglandins are
I. fatty in nature
II. proteinaceous in nature
III. steroidal in nature
IV. glycoproteinaccous in nature
Choose the correct option Show Answer


Q483) Which of the following is an accumulation and release centre of neurohormones? Show Answer


Q484) Erythropoietin Show Answer


Q485) Small amount of …A… steroids are also secreted by …B… . Cortex which play a role in the growth of axial
hair, pubic hair and facial hair during puberty.
Choose the correct combination for A and B Show Answer


Q486) Oxytocin and vasopressin is stored and released by Show Answer


Q487) Glucocorticoids are the corticoids which Show Answer


Q488) Hormone receptors are present Show Answer


Q489) Goiter can occur as a consequence of all the following except Show Answer


Q490) ADH deficiency shows which of the following condition? Show Answer


Q491) Which one affects liver, muscle and adipose tissue? Show Answer


Q492) Hormones released by the neurosecretory cells in hypothalamus regulate the …A… gland. Mainly the
neurosecretory hormones are of B… type
Here A and B refers to Show Answer


Q493) Which of the following statements is correct regarding hypothalamic control of pituitary function? Show Answer


Q494) Diabetes is characterised by
I. Polyuria II. Polydipsia
III. Polyphagia IV. Hyperglycemia
V. Glycosuria VI. Ketosis
VII. Acidosis VII. Coma
The option with correct characters is Show Answer


Q495) Which of the following two hormones are essential for induced breeding of fishes? Show Answer


Q496) Which of the following statements are true/false
I. Calcitonin regulates the metabolism of calcium.
II. Oxytocin stimulates contraction of uterine muscles during birth.
III. Grave’s disease is caused by malfunctioning of adrenal gland.
IV. ADH stimulates absorption of water and increase the urine production. Show Answer


Q497) Amino acid derivative hormone is Show Answer


Q498) I. Sleep-wake cycle II. Body temperature
III. Pigmentation IV. Metabolism
V. Defence capability
All of the above written activities are influenced/regulated by Show Answer


Q499) Which of the following diseases is not related to thyroid gland? Show Answer


Q500) Which of the following is true for the effect of steroid hormone? Show Answer


Q501) A person passes much urine and drinks much water but his blood glucose level is normal. This condition
may be the result of Show Answer


Q502) Volume of urine is regulated by Show Answer


Q503) The source of somatostain is same as that of Show Answer


Q504) Cell division, protein synthesis, growth of muscle, growth of bones are regulated by Show Answer


Q505) Which hormone is secreted in woman if pregnancy has occurred? Show Answer


Q506) Disorder related with thyroid gland is Show Answer


Q507) The hormone which regulates sleep-wake cycle in man is Show Answer


Q508) Which of the following is not true for hormones? Show Answer


Q509) Thymosin hormone is secreted by Show Answer


Q510) Muscular tetany can be caused by deficiency of Show Answer


Q511) Which of the following are the symptoms of hypersecretion of insulin?
I. Hypoglycemia II. Sweating
III. Irritability IV. Glycosuria
Option with correct combination is Show Answer


Q512) Function of thyroxine hormone is Show Answer


Q513) Identify from the following, a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in both males and females but
functional only in females Show Answer


Q514) Cortisol is involved in Show Answer


Q515) Chemical disturbance in hormone secretion of thyroid gland causes Show Answer


Q516) The smallest endocrine gland is Show Answer


Q517) Which of the following is not paired correctly? Show Answer


Q518) Acromegaly is due to hypersecretion of a hormone secreted from Show Answer


Q519) Which one of the following is anti abortion hormone? Show Answer


Q520) Which of the following hormones have the direct effect on BP (Blood Pressure)?
I. Thymosin II. PRL
III. MSH IV. Adrenaline
V. Non-adrenaline
Select the option containing the correct pair Show Answer


Q521) A child with a weak immune system. Which of the following gland could be the cause of the problem? Show Answer


Q522) Development of epididymis, vas deference, seminal vesicles, prostate glands and urethra is controlled by Show Answer


Q523) The estrogen is synthesised and secreted mainly by growing …A… . After ovulation the ruptured follicle is
converted to a structure called …B… which secretes …C… . Choose the correct option for A, B and C Show Answer


Q524) Chemicals which are synthesized by one organism and affect the behaviour of another member of the
same species, are called Show Answer


Q525) PTH is a Show Answer


Q526) I. Low metabolic rate
II. Increase in body weight
III. Tendency to retain water in tissue
Which of the following disease shows the above given symptoms? Show Answer


Q527) I. Hypothyroidism causes irregularity of menstrual cycle
II. Hyperthyroidism adversely affects the body physiology
III. Hypothyroidism cause cretinism
IV. Hypothyroidism causes goitre
Which of the above statements are correct?
Choose the correct option Show Answer


Q528) I. Increased alertness
II. Pupillary dilation
III. Raising of hairs
IV. Sweating
All of the above written physiological processes are regulated by Show Answer


Q529) Pancreas acts as Show Answer


Q530) Receptor hormone complex is formed when, the binding of Show Answer


Q531) I. aldosterone
II. norephinephrine
III. Sexcorticoids
IV. Mineralocorticoids
V. Glucocorticoids
Among the given hormone those anti inflammatory effects are Show Answer


Q532) Invertebrates possess very …A… endocrine systems with …B… hormones, whereas …C… number of
chemicals act as hormones and provide coordination in the vertebrates
Here A to C refers to Show Answer


Q533) Gastrin acts on …A… gland and …B… the secretion of HCl and …C… . Choose the correct combination. Here
A, B and C refers to Show Answer


Q534) The adrenal medulla secretes two hormones called adrenaline or …A… and noradrenaline or …B… . These
are commonly called as …C… . Adrenaline and noradrenaline are rapidly secreted in response to stress of
any kind and during …D… situations and are called emergency hormones or hormones of fight or flight.
Identify A to D and choose the correct option Show Answer


Q535) Name the hormone that stimulates the secretion of gastric juice. Show Answer


Q536) Diabetic patients are successfully treated by Show Answer


Q537) Conn’s syndrome happens due to Show Answer


Q538) Prolonged hyperglycemia leads to Show Answer


Q539) I. ACTH II. GH
III. MSH IV. FSH
V. LH VI. Oxytocin
Which of the above hormones are polypeptide or proteinaceous in nature?
Choose the correct option Show Answer


Q540) Which is correct regarding the functions of posterior pituitary gland? Show Answer


Q541) Spermatogenesis is under the regulatory influence of Show Answer


Q542) Which statement is correct about the thyroid gland? Show Answer


Q543) Each receptor is …A… to one hormone only and hence, receptors are …B… . Hormone receptor complex
formation leads to certain biochemical changes in the …C… . Choose the option containing correct
combination of A, B and C Show Answer


Q544) Metamorphosis in frog is fastened by Show Answer


Q545) The main mineralocorticoid in human is Show Answer


Q546) Which of the following is not an endocrine gland? Show Answer


Q547) Chromophil cells are found in Show Answer


Q548) Which gland secretes the most kind of hormones? Show Answer


Q549) Adrenals are located above Show Answer


Q550) Diagram of previous question indicates the mechanism of Show Answer


Q551) Previous questions diagram represents the mechanism of Show Answer


Q552) A pair of testis are present in the …… of humans (male) Show Answer


Q553) Immune response of old age person becomes weak due to the degeneration of ……. gland Show Answer


Q554) Epinephrine, on basis of its chemical nature, is a/an Show Answer


Q555) Secretion of PTH is regulated by the circulating levels of …… in blood Show Answer


Q556) Hormones which interact with intracellular receptors are
I. Steroid hormones
II. ACTH
IIII. Iodothyronines
IV. MSH
Choose the option with correct combination Show Answer


Q557) Polydipsia means …A…
Polyphagia means …B…
Glycosuria means …C…
Choose the correct option for A, B and C Show Answer


Q558) Parathormone is secreted during Show Answer


Q559) Vasopressin stimulates reabsorption of water and reduction of urine secretion. Hence, vasopressin is
otherwise called Show Answer


Q560) During emergency which of the following hormone is secreted? Show Answer


Q561) I. GH
II. PRL
III. TSH
IV. ACTH
V. LH
VI. Oxytocin
Which of the above hormones are release by anterior lobe of pituitary? Show Answer


Q562) Steroid hormones work as Show Answer


Q563) Name the hormone that has no role in menstruation. Show Answer


Q564) Number of parathyroid glands present on the back side of thyroid gland is Show Answer


Q565) Aldosterone is secreted by Show Answer


Q566) Rapid increase in the blood sugar level of a patient can be immediately reduced by Show Answer


Q567) Due to this swelling around eyes, and large and popping eye balls are observed in an individual who has Show Answer


Q568) In males, LH stimulates the synthesis and secretion of hormones called Show Answer


Q569) Refer the following features.
I. Adenohypophysis produces gonadotropins.
II. Besides sex cells, hormones are also produced by testis and ovary.
III. Testosterone is produced by Leydig’s cells.
IV.Oestrogen is produced by ovary.
Which of the above factors influence secondary sexual characters? Show Answer


Q570) BMR is controlled by Show Answer


Q571) If ADH level of blood is less then Show Answer


Q572) Congenital removal of thyroid will cause Show Answer


Q573) Different colours of frog’s skin are controlled by Show Answer


Q574) Find the correctly matched pair Show Answer


Q575) Hormones produce their effect on target tissue by binding to specific proteins called as Show Answer


Q576) Ovary produces Show Answer


Q577) If the pituitary gland of an adult rat is surgically removed, which of the following endocrine glands will be
less affected? Show Answer


Q578) Hormones provides coordination in Show Answer


Q579) A ten year old child, in whom anterior pituitary function is deficient, is likely to Show Answer


Q580) Moulting hormone is secreted by Show Answer


Q581) Which of the following hormones of the human body regulate blood calcium and phosphate? Show Answer


Q582) I. Regulation of BMR
II. Supports the process of RBC formation
III. Controls the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fat
IV. Maintenance of water and electrolyte balance
V. Secretion of TCT hormone
Function written above belong to which of the following gland Show Answer


Q583) Foetal ejection reflex in human female is induced by Show Answer


Q584) Goitre disorder is due to the deficiency of Show Answer


Q585) Intracellular receptors are mostly Show Answer


Q586) The abbreviation TSH stands for Show Answer


Q587) Parathormone is responsible for Show Answer


Q588) Accumulation and release centre of pituitary gland hormones is Show Answer


Q589) Gland responsible for calcium metabolism is Show Answer


Q590) Which of the following is both exocrine and endocrine gland? Show Answer


Q591) BMR of normal adult is Show Answer


Q592) Proinsulin is a Show Answer


Q593) The Leydig’s cells secrete Show Answer


Q594) Hormone which is responsible for contraction of uterus is Show Answer


Q595) Progesterone Show Answer


Q596) Heterocrine glands are the glands, which Show Answer


Q597) In humans, testis functions as Show Answer


Q598) I. Rapid transmission of nerve impulse
II. Slower transmission and slow acting
III. Pathway is specific
IV. Pathway is not specific
From the given statements identify the statements belongs to endocrine system and choose the correct
option Show Answer


Q599) Due to deficiency of which hormone, bones becomes weak in female? Show Answer


Q600) Pineal gland secretes Show Answer


Q601) Adrenaline and noradrenaline are hormones that act as Show Answer


Q602) Pituitary gland is also called
I. smallest endocrine and gland
II. master endocrine gland
III. hypophysis
Choose the correct combination Show Answer


Q603) The macromineral essential for the formation of insulin is Show Answer


Q604) Addison’s disease results from Show Answer


Q605) The chemical nature of hormones secreted by α and δ cells of pancreas is Show Answer


Q606) Which of the following is discovered by Kendall? Show Answer


Q607) ANF has exactly opposite function of which of hormone secreted Show Answer


Q608) The hormones that initiates ejection of milk, stimulates milk production and growth of ovarian follicles are
respectively known as Show Answer


Q609) Hormone which interact with membrane bound receptors normally Show Answer


Q610) The condition in which the potassium level are increased is known as Show Answer


Q611) Corticoids are the hormones, which are secreted by Show Answer


Q612) Somatostatin from hypothalamus gland4 Show Answer


Q613) Pineal gland is located on the Show Answer


Q614) Hormone prolactin is secreted by Show Answer


Q615) Insufficient quantities of antidiuretic hormone in blood lead to Show Answer


Q616) A hormone, secreted by the endocrinal cells of duodenal mucosa which influence the release of pancreatic
juice, is Show Answer


Q617) Steroid hormones easily pass through the plasma membrane by simple diffusion because they Show Answer


Q618) The hormone responsible for fight, fright and flight response is Show Answer


Q619) Functions of oxytocin is/are Show Answer


Q620) I. Autocrine hormones
II. Endocrine hormones
III. Paracrine hormones
Among them which one is/are local regulator and don’t travels through blood? Show Answer


Q621) Select the iodinated form of tyrosine amino acid from given options Show Answer


Q622) Somatostatin Show Answer


Q623) Gastroinhibitory polypeptide is released/secreted by Show Answer


Q624) Human chorionic gonadotrophin is secreted by Show Answer


Q625) Toxic agents, present in food which interfere with thyroxine synthesis, lead to development of Show Answer


Q626) Which one of the following pairs is incorrectly matched? Show Answer


Q627) Cholecystokinin is secreted by Show Answer


Q628) Steroid hormone is derived from Show Answer


Q629) Hypothalamus contains several group of neurosecretory cells called Show Answer


Q630) Androgens are secreted by Show Answer


Q631) Glucagon is Show Answer


Q632) Which hormone acts on the exocrine part of pancreas and stimulates secretion of water and bicarbonate
ions? Show Answer


Q633) Corpus luteum secretes Show Answer


Q634) Hormones originating in the hypothalamic neurons, pass through …A… and are released from their …B…
endings. These hormones reach the …C… gland through a …D… circulatory system and regulate the
functions of the …E… pituitary
Select the correct combination of A, B and C in reference to above paragraph Show Answer


Q635) Hypothalamus is the Show Answer


Q636) Endocrine glands are also called Show Answer


Q637) Steroid hormones typically alters the activity of target cells by Show Answer


Q638) ADH regulates the permeability of Show Answer


Q639) Which one of the following is the hormone of adrenal medulla? Show Answer


Q640) Statement 1: Diabetes insipidus is marked by excessive urination and too much thirst of water
Statement 2: ADH is secreted by posterior lobe of pituitary Show Answer


Q641) Statement 1: Diabetes insipidus is marked by excessive urination and too much thirst of water.
Statement 2: Antidiuratic hormone (ADH) is secreted by the posterior lobe of pituitary. Show Answer


Q642) Statement 1: Our body secretes adrenaline in intense cold.
Statement 2: Adrenaline raises metabolic rate Show Answer