A hormone, pressure of which in blood or urine serves as pregnancy tests is


B. Progesterone


D. Placental gonadotrophin

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  1. Hormones which are produced by neurons are
  2. Most contraceptive pills contain
  3. Due to hyposecretion from pituitary, the disease is
  4. Male reproductive functions are controlled by
  5. Hyper secretion of adrenal cortex causes
  6. Function of cholecystokinin is to
  7. The fight or flight response in the event of danger, is chiefly effected by
  8. One of the endocrine glands is known as master gland:
  9. Deficiency of parathormone in the blood causes
  10. Androgens are secreted from
  11. Estrogen is secreted by cells of
  12. Islets of Langerhans secrete a hormone which controls diabetes mellitus :
  13. Deficiency of iodine in diet leads to
  14. The technique of amniocentesis can be employed for the dectection of
  15. Hyperglycemia is an indication of mal-functining of
  16. ACTH is secreted by
  17. Gonadotropic hormones are produced in
  18. Which disease is caused by the deficiency of thyroxine in the adult ?
  19. Symptoms such as softening of bones which are easily bent or fractured are mainly due to
  20. The expulsion of milk from the breast during sucking by the child is brought about by
  21. In the blood calcium and phosphate levels are controlled by
  22. The glands which pour their secretion directly into blood are tamed as
  23. Corpus luteum is formed by
  24. Which of the following will be least effected if the pituitary gland of an adult rat is removed?
  25. Selective accumulation of iodine occurs in
  26. Which of the following is homologous with the oviduct of frog ?
  27. Which of the following hormones maintains the integrity of the uterine wall during pregnancy ?
  28. A posterior pituitary hormone released during parturition is
  29. Throughout pregnancy the hormones which remain low in plasma are
  30. Acromegaly is a disease in which the bones develop irregularly, which is due to over secretion of