BIO 1. The pancreas gland has a duct which opens

BIO1. The pancreas gland has a duct which opens into the: A. ) StomachB. ) Large intestineC. ) DuodenumD. ) Liver2. What of the following chemicals is released by the pancreas gland during and just after a meal?A) PepsinB) GlucagonC) GlycogenD) Insulin3. The main function of insulin is to: A) Enable glucose to enter body cellsB) Break down proteinsC) Speed up the contractions of the stomachD) Allow the absorption of nutrients through the small intestine4. If hungry animals are given blood transfusions from satiated (well fed) animals they: A) Continue to eat normallyB) Require insulin injections, otherwise the animals dieC) Stop eating, or eat very littleD) Show increased food intake5. People with diabetes have low levels of: A) CholecystokininB) Blood glucoseC) InsulinD) Glucagon6. When Maurio Russek injected glucose into the ______ he found this quickly stopped eating in hungry animals. A) Ventromedial hypothalamusB) Hepatic portal veinC) DuodenumD) Jugular vein7. Mayer and Marshall (1956) by using injections of gold thioglucose found glucoreceptors in the: A) Lining of the hepatic portal veinB) Pancreas glandC) Ventromedial hyothalamusD) All of the above8. The dual-centre set-point model of eating proposes that the ______ acts as the brain’s satiety centre and that the ______ acts as its feeding centre. A) Lateral hypothalamus, amygdalaB) Ventromedial hypothalamus, lateral hypothalamusC) Lateral hypothalamus, striatumD) Lateral hypothalamus, striatum d) Anterior hypothalamus, basal forebrain9. Leptin is a chemical which is released from: A) The paraventricular hypothalamusB) Adipocytes (fat cells)C) The pancreas glandD) The pituitary gland10. Which of the following statements is true regarding anorexia nervosa?A) Approximately 2-5% of anorexics will eventually die from their illnessB) People with anorexia never feel hungryC) Anorexia only occurs in young womenD) People with anorexia typically have a normal body image of themselves

BIO 1. The pancreas gland has a duct which opens

Question
BIO

1. The pancreas gland has a duct which opens into the:
A.) Stomach
B.) Large intestine
C.) Duodenum
D.) Liver
2. What of the following chemicals is released by the pancreas gland during and just after a meal?
A) Pepsin
B) Glucagon
C) Glycogen
D) Insulin
3. The main function of insulin is to:
A) Enable glucose to enter body cells
B) Break down proteins
C) Speed up the contractions of the stomach
D) Allow the absorption of nutrients through the small intestine
4. If hungry animals are given blood transfusions from satiated (well fed) animals they:
A) Continue to eat normally
B) Require insulin injections, otherwise the animals die
C) Stop eating, or eat very little
D) Show increased food intake
5. People with diabetes have low levels of:
A) Cholecystokinin
B) Blood glucose
C) Insulin
D) Glucagon

6. When Maurio Russek injected glucose into the ______ he found this quickly stopped eating in hungry animals.
A) Ventromedial hypothalamus
B) Hepatic portal vein
C) Duodenum
D) Jugular vein
7. Mayer and Marshall (1956) by using injections of gold thioglucose found glucoreceptors in the:
A) Lining of the hepatic portal vein
B) Pancreas gland
C) Ventromedial hyothalamus
D) All of the above
8. The dual-centre set-point model of eating proposes that the ______ acts as the brain’s satiety centre and that the ______ acts as its feeding centre.
A) Lateral hypothalamus, amygdala
B) Ventromedial hypothalamus, lateral hypothalamus
C) Lateral hypothalamus, striatum
D) Lateral hypothalamus, striatum d) Anterior hypothalamus, basal forebrain
9. Leptin is a chemical which is released from:
A) The paraventricular hypothalamus
B) Adipocytes (fat cells)
C) The pancreas gland
D) The pituitary gland
10. Which of the following statements is true regarding anorexia nervosa?
A) Approximately 2-5% of anorexics will eventually die from their illness
B) People with anorexia never feel hungry
C) Anorexia only occurs in young women
D) People with anorexia typically have a normal body image of themselves