Symptoms of hyperthyroidism in females MCQ Science

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1. What hormone is released by the pancreas when the blood sugar level is LOW?

  • glucose
  • glucagon
  • insulin
  • glycogen

2. Compared to the nervous system, the endocrine system

  • Sends more general messages
  • Sends messages more slowly
  • Sends messages to the whole body
  • Sends messages more efficiently

3. Hyperthyroidism is caused by excessive thyroid hormone production which results in weight loss, high heart rate and increased metabolism. What hormones are effected by this disorder?

  • Thyroxine and triiodothyronine
  • Calcitonin and prolactin
  • Adrenaline and glucagon
  • Vasopressin and Vitamin D

4. Polycystic ovary syndrome causes infertility and excessive body and facial hair in women due to hormone imbalances. Which hormones could be impacted by this disorder?

  • Oxytocin and prolactin
  • Testosterone and ADH
  • Estrogen and androgens
  • Insulin and adrenaline

5. Hyperparathyroidism creates problems by releasing too much hormone into the blood. This causes unusually high levels of calcium which can lead to weaker bones and kidney damage. Which hormone(s) would be impacted by this disorder?

  • Prolactin and testosterone
  • Parathyroid hormone and calcitonin
  • ADH and Vitamin D
  • Androgens and serotonin

6. An organ that produces secretions called hormones is known as a :

  • chemical
  • gland
  • hormone
  • duct

7. The _____ _____ is the master gland of the body because it releases hormones that stimulate other glands.  It is located at the base of the brain. 

  • gonads
  • thymus gland
  • thyroid gland
  • pituitary gland

8. What other system is the pancreas a part of?

  • circulatory system
  • digestive system
  • lymphatic system
  • none of above

9. The Islets of Langerhans are located in the ______.  They produce glucagon and insulin. 

  • thymus
  • gonads
  • thyroid
  • pancreas

10. You are driving down the rode and come upon an accident.  You notice the victim is your best friend and the car door is stuck.  Your heart rate increases and your mental alertness is enhanced.  You are able to open the car door for an unexplained reason.  What is this reason?

  • Your adrenal gland is producing epinephrine
  • Your pancreas is producing insulin
  • Your thyroid is producing T3 and T4
  • none of above

11. In females, breast milk production is the result of:

  • growth hormone
  • vasopressin
  • prolactin
  • adrenaline

12. The overproduction or under production of this  hormone can lead to giantism or dwarfism. 

  • oxytocin
  • growth hormone
  • prolactin
  • all of above

13. _______ is a sex hormone that plays important roles in the body. In men, it's thought to regulate sex drive (libido), bone mass, fat distribution, muscle mass and strength, and the production of red blood cells and sperm

  • Estrogen
  • Testerone
  • Oxytocin
  • none of above

14. ________ hormones play an essential role in the growth and development of female secondary sexual characteristics such as breasts, pubic and armpit hair, endometrium, and the regulation of the menstrual cycle and reproductive system.

  • Oxytocin
  • Testerone
  • Estrogen
  • none of above

15. _______ is a hormone that acts on organs in the body (including the breast and uterus) and as a chemical messenger in the brain, controlling key aspects of the reproductive system, including childbirth and lactation, and aspects of human behavior

  • Estrogen
  • Testerone
  • Oxytocin
  • none of above

16. What hormone is responsible for the "fight or flight" response?

  • Testosterone
  • Cortisol
  • Adrenaline
  • Parathyroid Hormone

17. A physical change is

  • a change where the characteristics do not change the substance
  • a change where the characteristics do change the substance
  • a change where the chemistry changes
  • all of above

18. Select ALL of the characteristics of a physical change

  • changes in appearance only
  • a new substance is not created
  • chemical bonds are not created or broken
  • all of above

19. Which of the following is an example of a positive symptom of schizophrenia?

  • Alogia (speech poverty)
  • Affective flattening
  • Avolition
  • Hallucinations

20. Which of the following is an example of a negative symptom of schizophrenia?

  • Disorganised speech
  • Affective flattening
  • Delusions
  • Hallucinations

21. What is avolition?

  • a lack of desire to do anything
  • a lack of speech
  • a lack of emotion
  • a lack of thought process

22. One of which three symptoms have to have been present in a sufferer for a month according to DSM5 for a diagnosis

  • delusions, Hallucinations, Avolition
  • Delusions, Hallucinations, Affective Flattening
  • Delusions, Hallucinations, Catatonic Behaviour
  • Delusions, Hallucinations, Disorganised Speech

23. Evidence of a chemical reactions is anything that shows - 

  • a new substance has formed
  • a solid dissolved in a liquid
  • interaction between 2 gases
  • a change in the state of matter

24. One of the signs of a chemical reaction taking place is:

  • Bubbles are produced 
  • Reactants are not combining
  • Products are not forming
  • Color is not changing

25. Which of the following describes a precipitate?

  • a liquid forms when a block of metal is heated
  • a solid forms when one liquid is poured into another
  • a gas forms when a solid is placed in a liquid
  • bubbles form when an acid is poured on a rock

26. Which is NOT an indication of a chemical change?

  • temperature change
  • formation of a precipitate
  • shape change
  • production of light

27. A clear liquid from a flask is poured into another clear liquid in a beaker. Which of the following results of this procedure would indicate a new substance was formed?

  • The level of the substance in the beaker is higher after the other liquid is added.
  • A yellow solid forms and then settles to the bottom of the beaker.
  • Small white crystals are left behind in the flask that held the first liquid.
  • The mass of the combined liquids is greater than either original liquid.

28. Which of the following is an example that includes evidence of a chemical reaction?

  • A sample of zinc is placed in water and it settles to the bottom
  • A solid block of ice is heated and it completely melts into a liquid. 
  • Sugar that is burned gives off an odor and turns brown and then black.
  • A tomato is placed into a blender and chopped up into smaller pieces.

29. A student places a piece of a potato into a container of hydrogen peroxide. One observation the student makes is that bubbles form around the potato. The presence of bubbles might indicate the formation of a new substance because bubbles - 

  • could show that a gas is forming.
  • always rise to the top of a liquid. 
  • are almost always perfectly spherical.
  • usually burst after a few minutes.

30. Marie had a beaker with a small amount of baking soda. She added a few drops of pickle juice to the baking soda and observed fizzing and bubbling. Based on her observation, which of these can Marie determine about the new substance formed by mixing the baking soda and pickle juice?

  • A chemical reaction produced a solid.
  • A chemical reaction produced a gas.
  • No chemical reaction took place.
  • Only a physical change happened.

31. The Best Friend's Club uses "invisible ink" to write notes to each other. The invisible ink is actually lemon juice that is clear when it dries on paper, but turns brown when a club member holds a burning candle under the paper. Once it is heated, it is never invisible again. What type of change is occurring when the paper is heated?

  • chemical change
  • elemental change
  • physical change
  • temperature change

32. Evidence of a physical change.

  • New substance
  • Shape Change
  • Light produced
  • Gas released.

33. Water boiling is a _______ change. 

  • Physical Change 
  • Chemical Change 

34. Fireworks Exploding are a ________ change.

  • Physical Change
  • Chemical Change

35. A substance that has mass and takes up space. 

  • Energy
  • Matter
  • Protery
  • Endothermic 

36. Sugar is dissolved into Kool Aid. What type of change is this? 

  • Chemical 
  • Physical 
  • Multi
  • Asystematic 

37. Blow drying my hair is an example of a physical change. What is the evidence of this? 

  • State Change
  • Fire
  • New substance
  • Color Change 

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