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(Ch. 7.5; Endocrine pathologies) What would be the effect of excessive, unregulated release of cortisol? [Corticotropin-releasing hormone is CRH. Adrenocorticotropic hormone is corticotropin or ACTH. Concentrations refer to the concentrations in the blood (serum concentrations) relative to normal.] concentration of CRH would be high, concentration of ACTH would be high concentration of CRH would be low, concentration of ACTH would be high concentration of CRH would be low, concentration of ACTH would be low concentration of CRH would be high, concentration of ACTH would be low concentration of CRH would be normal, concentration of ACTH would be high D Question 9 0.2 pts (Ch. 7.4; Hormone interaction) Which of the following effects would support the hypothesis that cortisol, glucagon and epinephrine act synergistically, given that data on the effect of each hormone on its own shows that cortisol increases blood glucose concentrations by 5%, and epinephrine and glucagon each increase blood glucose concentrations by 10%? If blood glucose concentration starts at 100 mg/dL, then the blood glucose concentration that supports the hypothesis is 115 mg/dL after treating with epinephrine and glucagon. 115 mg/dL after treating with cortisol and glucagon. 120 mg/dL after treating with epinephrine and glucagon. 240 mg/dL after treating with epinephrine, glucagon and cortisol. 100 mg/dL after treating with epinephrine, glucagon and cortisol.
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