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Q.1.     Receptors for different hormones are present

a)         In cell membrane                            b)        In cytoplasm

c)         In nucleus                                         d)        All of these

Q.2.     It is not an example of endocrine gland

a) Kidneys                                             

b) Parotid glands

c) Thymus gland                                 

d) Testes

Q.3.     Hormones produce their effects by

a)  Regulating the enzymatic reactions       

b) Initiating new biochemical reaction

c)  Stimulation or inhibiting a function     

d) All of These

Q.4.     Vasopressin and oxytocin after their production are stored in

a)         Posterior pituitary                          b)        Nerve endings

c)         Anterior pituitary                            d)        Hypothalamus

Q.5.     All are long term changes controlled by hormones except

a)         Rate of growth                                 b)        Sexual maturity

c)         Rate of metabolic activity              d)        Gluconeogenesis

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Q.6.     Battery of releasing and inhibiting hormones produced by hypothalamus does not include the following

a) Prolactin inhibiting hormone                 

b) Thyrotrophin releasing factor

c) Somatotrophin releasing factor              

d) Corticotropic hormone

Q.7.     Primary hormone which reaches their target sites via blood

a) TRF                                                   

b) SRF

c) Vasopressin                                     

d) TSH

Q.8.     three 6 cornered rings constitute structure of

a) Cortisone                                                     

b) Oxytocin

c) Insulin                                                          

d) Thyroxin

Q.9.     Anterior pituitary is termed as master gland due to its _________ hormone

a) Prolactin                                          

b) Growth Hormones

c) Melanophore stimulation hormone      

d) Thyroid stimulating hormone

Q.10.   Action of initiation, elongation and release factors is under control of ___________ action

a) Adrenaline                                      

b) Growth hormone

c)  Thyroxin                                          

d) Testosterone

Q.11.    Low levels of iodine containing compounds in blood stimulates production of

a) ACTH                                                

b) GnRH

c) PIH                                                    

d) TSH

Q.12.   ACTH production by anterior pituitary is decreased or inhibited when __________ is in higher quantity than normal in blood.

a) Thyroxin                                          

b) Adrenaline

c) Cortisol                                                         

d) Insulin
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Q.13.   It is not a function performed by estrogen

a)  Maintenance of corpus luteum               

b) Healing of uterine walls after menstruation

c) Positive feedback of LH                             

d) Secondary sexual characters in females

Q.14.   These share a common releasing factor

a) Adrenalin and Noradrenaline                  

b) FSH and ICSH

c) Insulin and Glucagon                                

d) Estrogen and progesterone

Q.15.   Development of germinal epithelium in testes is stimulated by

a) FSH                                                   


c) LH                                                     

d) Testosterone

Q.16.   Inhibition of Melanophore stimulating hormone is stimulated by

a) Melanocytes                                               

b) Sunlight

c)  Hypothalamus                                            

d) Posterior pituitary

Q.17.   What is common between diabetes insipidus and diabetes mellitus

a) Glucose in urine                             

b) Nature of hormone

c) Production site of hormone                     

d) Dehydration

Q.18.   It is false about release of oxytocin

a) Distension of cervix                                   

b) Increase in progesterone level in blood

c) Neural stimulus during sucking            

d) Neural stimulus during parturition
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Q.19.   Thyroid gland acts in conjunction with

a) Adrenalin                                         

b) Insulin

c) Oxytocin                                           

d) Somatotrophin

Q.20.  Congenital lack of thyroxin may lead to

a) Grave’s disease                                            

b) Cretinism

c)  Myxedema                                       

d) Dwarfism

Q.21.   Formation of massive kidney stones is due to over-activity of

a) Calcitonin                                        

b) Parathormone

c) Estrogen                                           

b) Thyroxin

Q.22.   Rate of breakdown of fats is increased by

a) Insulin                                                          

b) Cortisol

c) Glucagon                                           

d) Adrenaline

Q.23.   All of the following s are involved in release of glucose from glycogen in liver except

a) Insulin                                                          

b) Adrenaline

c) Noradrenaline                                             

d) Glucagon

Q.24.   A hormone which increase blood glucose level and also conserves sodium ions is known as

a) Cortisol                                                         

b) Corticosterone

c)  Aldosterone                                     

d) Glucagon

Q.25.   Release of secretion capable of digesting all components of food is controlled by

a) Gastrin                                                         

b) Somatotrophin

c) Secretin                                             

d) Both A and B

Q.26.   FSH secretion is inhibited by

a)Estrogen and progesterone                      

b)Estrogen only

c)Progesterone only                           

d)LH and Estrogen

Q.27.   Following options contain information about four different hormones. Select an option which represents complete and true information about hormones

 Chemical NatureProduction SiteTarget SiteFunction
a)PolypeptideHypothalamusKidney TubulesH2O reabsorption
B)ProteinAdrenal cortexMuscle CellsGluconeogenesis
c)SteroidAnterior PituitaryEvery CellGrowth and Translation
d)Amino acid derivedThyroidLiverATP production

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