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Regulation of volume of urine is caused by

A. ADH

B. Aldosterone

C. Both (a) and (b)

D. ADH, ldosterone and testosterone

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C. Both (a) and (b)


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Thyroxine has direct effect on

A. blood flow \

B. cellular respiration

C. rate of excretion

D. rate of digestion

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The spermatogenesis in mammalian testis is conrolled by

A. follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)

B. luteininzing hormone (LH)

C. ICSH

D. LH and ICSH

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Androgens are secreted from

A. Leydig cells and placenta

B. Testis and adrenal cortex

C. Adenohypophysis and testis

D. Leydig cels and adrenal cortex

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Deficiency of parathormone in the blood causes

A. hypokalemia

B. hyperkalemia

C. hypocalcemia

D. hypercalcaemia

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Which of the following hormones maintains the integrity of the uterine wall during pregnancy ?

A. Estrogen

B. Progesterone

C. Oxytocin

D. Intermedin

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The glands which pour their secretion directly into blood are tamed as

A. endocrine glands

B. exocrine glands

C. holocrine glands

D. apocrine glands

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Function of cholecystokinin is to

A. contract gall bladder

B. stimulate bile secretion

C. stimulate digestion

D. decrease bile secretion

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Due to hyposecretion from pituitary, the disease is

A. goitre

B. encephalitis

C. diabetes incipidus

D. diabetes mellitus

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Selective accumulation of iodine occurs in

A. liver

B. thymus

C. spleen

D. thyroid

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The human chorionic gonadotrophin is secreted by

A. placenta

B. ovary

C. uterus

D. pituitary

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

A. HCG

B. Progesterone

C. LH

D. Placental gonadotrophin

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Throughout pregnancy the hormones which remain low in plasma are

A. FSH

B. FSH and LH

C. LH

D. Estrogen and progesterone

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Pituitary gland is under the control of

A. pineal

B. hypothalamus

C. adrenals

D. none of these

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New ovarian follicles will not begin to ripen as long as the blood has high level of

A. FSH

B. Progesterone

C. Estrogen

D. LH

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A posterior pituitary hormone released during parturition is

A. Oxytocin

B. Vasopressin

C. ICSH

D. ACTH

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At the time of puberty the hormone that triggers sexual characters in male is

A. adrenalin

B. testosterone

C. insulin

D. thyroxin

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At the time of birth, oxytocin acts on uterus by

A. stimulating the smooth muscles of uterus to produce forceful contractions

B. detaching foetal tissues from the uterus

C. increasing the movement of foetus

D. producing rhythmic movements in the smooth muscles of uterus

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Hyperglycemia is an indication of mal-functining of

A. thyroid

B. liver

C. islets of Langerhans

D. adrenals

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Acromegaly is a disease in which the bones develop irregularly, which is due to over secretion of

A. STH

B. ACTH

C. GTH

D. GH

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Which of the following will be least effected if the pituitary gland of an adult rat is removed?

A. Adrenal

B. Adrenal medulla

C. Thyroid

D. Gonads

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The expulsion of milk from the breast during sucking by the child is brought about by

A. prolactin

B. oxytocin

C. vasopressin

D. estrogen and progesterone

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Gonadotropic hormones are produced in

A. posterior part of thyroid

B. adrenal cortex

C. adenohypophysis of pitiutary

D. interstitial cells of testis

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The technique of amniocentesis can be employed for the dectection of

A. Klienfelter's and Down's syndrome

B. Haemophilia and sickle cell anaemia

C. Thalassemia and myelocytic leukaemia

D. All of these

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Deficiency of iodine in diet leads to

A. enlargment of hands and feet

B. enlargement of liver

C. enlargement of bones

D. enlargement of neck region

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The fight or flight response in the event of danger, is chiefly effected by

A. glucocorticoids

B. mineralocorticoids

C. epinephrine and norepinephrine

D. glucocorticoids, epinephrine

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Diabetes mellitus is due to deficiency of

A. insulin

B. glucagon

C. trypsin

D. ADH

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In the blood calcium and phosphate levels are controlled by

A. thyroid

B. parathyroid

C. adrenal

D. both (a) and (b)

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Hormones which are produced by neurons are

A. epinephrine and noepinephrine

B. melatonin and serotonin

C. oxytocin and vasopressin

D. all of these

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Addison's disease is caused by under secretion of

A. Adrenalin

B. Cortin

C. Insulin

D. ACTH

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Islets of Langerhans secrete a hormone which controls diabetes mellitus :

A. Insulin

B. Rennin

C. Ptyalin

D. HQ