Flashcards in Lecture 7 Deck (29):
Renal veins dump into:
Renal arteries come off:
Cells that contain receptors specific for a hormone are called:
What converts Angiotensin I into Angiotensin II?
Angiotensin converting enzyme
What converts the enzyme Angiotensinogen into Angiotensin I?
Angiotensin II causes:
Adrenal gland to secrete Aldosterone
What does Aldosterone do?
Increases collecting duct permeability
Decrease in extracellular pressure near _______ causes _________ to release the hormone _______
-Distal convoluted tubule
With increased duct permeability: (4)
-Urine volumed decreased
-Blood volume increases
-Blood pressure back up
Hypothalamus is derived from:
Posterior pituitary gland is derived from:
Anterior pituitary gland is derived from:
Innervation of hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and pineal gland?
Part of your brain
Arterial supply of hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and pineal gland?
Circulosus arteriosus cerebri
Venous drainage of hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and pineal gland?
Cavernous venous sinus
Innervation of Thyroid and Thymus gland?
Sympathetic innervation of pancreas:
Greater splanchnic nerve
Parasympathetic innervation of pancreas:
Sympathetic innervation of ovaries:
Parasympathetic innervation of Ovaries:
Vagus nerve and sacral outflow
Sympathetic innervation of testes:
Parasympathetic innervation of testes:
Are both endocrine and exocrine systems:
Liver and pancreas
Which of the following structures does not send its endocrine products to the body by way of paired veins?
Which of the following structures does not receive parasympathetic innervation by way of the vagus nerve?
Which of the following structures has a sympathetic innervation similar to that of the bladder?
Which structures are derived exclusively from mesoderm?
Testis and ovaries
Testis are most similar to what structure?