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Synthesis,secrection,regulation and funtions of hormonesECTION B: SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS (Each question is 5 marks) 1. State five (5) functions of

Synthesis,secrection,regulation and funtions of hormones

ECTION B: SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS (Each question is 5 marks)

1. State five (5) functions of oxytocin hormone (5 marks)

2. State ten (10) actions of thyroid hormones (5 marks)

3. With the help of a suitable diagram, describe the regulation of secretion of thyroid

hormones (5 marks)

4. State ten (10) actions of insulin hormone in the human body (5 marks)

5. State five (5) actions of aldosterone hormone in the human body (5 marks)

6. State five (5) ways in which glucocorticoids prevent inflammation in the human body

(5

marks)

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PHYSIOLOGY CAT II (ENDOCRIOLOGY)

1)
State 5 functions of oxytocin hormone (5marks)s

2) State 10 functions of thyroid hormone (10 marks)

3) State 5 ways in which glucocorticoids prevents

inflamation on human body (5marks)

4) Outline stages of synthesis of catecholamines (5marks)

5) State 5 actions of bradykinnin in the body (5marks)

6) Describe activation of vitamin D (7marks)

7) State 5 roles of insulin (5marks)

8) Describe regulation of secretion of thyroid hormone (8 marks)

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