Consumption of Water
Increased release of hormones that cause the kidneys to conserve water and salt
Increased blood pressure
Consumption of salt
All of the above are correct
Liver and muscles
The secretion of glucagon
A and D are correct
Ghrelin released from the stomach strongly inhibits NPY release in the hypothalamus.
Ghrelin cells in the stomach contain NPY receptors.
NPY levels are constant across the day-night cycle.
Intra-hypothalamic injection of an NPY antagonist blocks the capacity of ghrelin to elicit eating.
NPY strongly inhibits the capacity of ghrelin to suppress drinking.
Secretion of progesterone
Secretion of estradiol by the pituitary
Suppression of the Mullerian system by anti-Mullerian hormone
Secretion of androgens
Lack steroid receptors.
Have no gonads.
Develop male internal sex organs.
Have two Y chromosomes and one X chromosomes.
All of the above are correct.
Leptin; promotes the loss of the uterine lining.
Estrogen; disrupts the ovarian follicle
Promotes the longevity of the uterine lining.
Follicle-stimulating hormone; casues the release of luteinizing hormone.
Luteinizing hormone; disrupts ovarian follicle.
A small does of progesterone alone.
A small does of oxytocin alone.
Oxytocin dose followed by a progersterone dose.
A small does of estradiol alone.
A small does of estradiol followed by a progesterone dose.