Thursday, March 7, 2019

Chemical coordination and integration: Previous Year Questions Part 1

CHEMICAL COORDINATION AND INTEGRATION



2010 MARCH
1.     After diagnosing the blood of a foetus, a doctor comments that foetus has some immunological diseases and it may be due to the malfunctioning of an endocrine gland.
a.   Name the gland.
b.   Which are the hormones produced by this gland?
c.    What are the main functions of these hormones?
2010 SEPTEMBER (IMPROVEMENT)
1.     Draw a flow chart on the mechanism of hormone action. (2)
Generates cyclic AMP, FSH release, Biochemical response, Response I, Binds with membrane receptor, Ovarian growth
2011 MARCH
1.     Match column B and C with column A (4 x ½=2)
A
B
C
Thyroid
Melatonin
Weak immunity
Pituitary
Insulin
ANF
Pancreas
Thymosin
Gigantism
Thymus
Growth hormone
Diabetes mellitus

Thyroxine
Goiter

Progesterone
Marasmus
2011 OCTOBER (IMPROVEMENT)
1.     Analyze the facts given in three columns, find their relationship and fill the blanks.        (2)
Thymus
a)   -------------
Differentiation of T-lymphocytes
b)  --------------
Adrenaline
Emergency hormone
Kidney
Erythropoietin
c)  -----------------
Pancreas
d)   -------------
Decrease blood glucose level
2012 MARCH
1.     Thymus gland is found to be not functioning in a 6-year old boy. How will this condition affect the immune system of the boy?                 (2)
2012 SEPTEMBER (IMPROVEMENT)
1.     Match column B and C with column A (2)
A
Hormone
B
Endocrine gland
C
Principal function
1. Thyroxin
i)   Adrenal gland
a.   Contraction of smooth muscles
2. Oxytocin
ii)   Thymus gland
b.   Stimulates ovulation

iii)  Pituitary gland
c.   Regulates basal metabolic rate
iv) Thyroid gland
d.   Increases Ca level in the blood

PART 2

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