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Endocrine System Jeopardy Test Review Game
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What other body system works together with the endocrine system to control the bodys daily activities?
An individuals body becomes able to reproduce during what stage of development?
When the amount of a hormone reaches a certain level, the endocrine system stops the release of that hormone.This is an example of what type of mechanism.
The endocrine system produces chemical messages called ___________.
What are the cells that are affected by a hormone called? (Hint: lock and key)
Name two female hormones.
estrogen and progesterone
True or False: Hormones can speed up, slow down, turn off, or turn on activities of different organs in the body.
What hormone is produced by the adrenal glands?
What hormone released by the pancreas helps to lower blood sugar?
What hormone is responsible for the disorder known as giantism?
human growth hormone--- HGH
Which endocrine gland helps to regulate metabolism?
Which gland controls the release of energy from food molecules?
What gland controls secondary sex characterisitics in males?
Which gland communicates with the hypothalamus to control many body activities?
Which gland produces digestive enzymes and insulin?
Which endocrine gland is found in the males body but not in a females?
Where are the testes located?
in the scrotum
Which gland is sometimes referred to as the master gland?
Which gland triggers the bodys response to emergencies?
What type of gland releases chemical products through tubes?
Which endocrine gland communicates with the hypothalamus to control body activities and growth and development?
The endocrine system often uses a negative feedback process to help maintain _____________ (balance).
The word hormone means _______. a. month b. heart c. to excite or set in motion d. to enter the blood
c. to excite or set in motion
Hormones are carried through the body by the ____________.
Which glands are located on top of the kidneys?
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