Lecture: Wednesday 27, 2011

Announcements:

  • Final Exam will be on Wednesday, May 11, 2011, from 9:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. The final will be held in our regular classroom.
  • Study Session Dates: Thursday, May 5, 2011, at 6:30p.m. The room is TBA. The next is on Saturday, May 7, 2011, at 2:00p.m. The room is TBA.
  • The new material for lecture and the upcoming homework assignment is on Black Board.
  • The last homework will be due Wednesday, May 4, 2011.
In class today we continued our discussion on Ch. 50, The Endocrine System.
We began the discussion with the slide on what happens when hormones are no longer needed.
Below are  charts, diagrams, and questions that are going to be useful to take a look at for the final.
This chart is displaying the three types of hormones.
Also, there is a table in your Biology textbooks, table 50.2 that shows the hormones involved in the hypothalamus of the brain and the anterior pituitary. To remember these hormones use FLAT PEG. In the FLAT portion, the F stands for the Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), L is the Luteinizing hormone (LH), A is the Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) and T is the Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH). For the PEG portion, the P stands for Prolactin (PRL) the E does not represent anything and the G is the Growth hormone (GH).
The chart below is showing the hormones that are important for METABOLISM and ENERGY BALANCE.

This chart was also on Dr. Hartley's slide show.

The chart below shows the hormones that are important for MINERAL BALANCE.

Chart available on Dr. Hartley's slide show.

The chart below shows the hormones that are important for GROWTH and DIFFERENTIATION.

Chart available on Dr. Hartley's slide show.

The chart below shows the hormones that are important for REPRODUCTION.

Chart available on Dr. Hartley's slide show.

The chart below shows the hormones that are involved in STRESS.
Chart available on Dr. Hartley’s slide show.
There were a few clicker questions on the slide show that Dr. Hartley had mentioned could possibly be on the final. The questions and answers are as follows.
Q: If an animal has less fat (adipose tissue)…
A: Leptin will decrease, appetite will increase.
Q:If you ingest a lot of salt, aldosterone will..
A: Decrease
Q: If you ingest a lot of salt, ADH will…
A: Increase
Q: If you ingest a lot of salt, atrial natriuretic peptide will…
A: Increase
The video below discusses how Hypothyroidism can occur.
The class ended with FCQ’s. Dr. Hartley mentioned that at the beginning of next class we will finish up a couple more clicker questions and then move on to the Reproductive System.
Blog Today By:  Megan Granzella
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3 responses to “Lecture: Wednesday 27, 2011

  1. mgranzella

    The animation of the video will not allow you to watch it from this page. However, if you click the video to play it and then choose play on You Tube it will easily take you there!

  2. ekpetersen

    Thank you for all of the charts and tables with hormone descriptions! They’ve been really helpful in organizing my notes for the endocrine system!

  3. cgalimanis

    The endocine system is so daunting with all of the hormones to understand! I really like the acronym FLAT PEG! It is great way to keep track of the particular hormones. Thank you so much for the recap of clicker questions that may be on the final!

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