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Glands and Secetions In Human Body Everyday Science One Liner MCQs

Glands and Secetions In Human Body Everyday Science One Liner MCQs



  • Blood clotting factor is produced by Liver
  • Chemical factory of human body is liver
  • Urea is produces in liver
  • Maximum quantity of water is in eyes
  • Largest secretary gland is Liver
  • Insulin is produced by pancreas, Insulin is a protein which acts as a hormone
  • Amino acids are a product of the digestion of proteins.
  • Ptyalin is starch digesting enzyme.
  • Bile secretion does not contain enzymes.
  • Pepsin, a digestive enzyme is produced in stomach.
  • The hormone secreted by adrenal cortex : aldosterone
  • The organ in (the human body which is responsible for the digestion of protein only -Stomach
  • Ptyalin is present in the saliva.
  • Glycogen is mainly stored in Liver and muscles.
  • Pepsin converts protein into peptides in acid media.
  • Trypsin is an enzyme produced by pancreas
  • Starch is digested by Ptylin
  • Gall bladder stores bile from liver and releases it into small intestine after food is consumed
  • Pancreas is both endo- and exocrine gland
  • Harmones secreted by kidneys are Renin and Erythroprotein
  • Lachrymal glands give out tears
  • Sweat glands give out sweat
  • Salivary glands give out saliva, Saliva contains Amylases
  • Ptyalin is the enzyme of Saliva
  • Liver converts excessive protein into urea.
  • Amino acids are a product of the digestion of proteins.
  • Ptyalin is starch digesting enzyme.
  • Bile secretion does not contain enzymes.
  • Enzymes found in saliva are ptyalin.
  • Lachrymal gland is a ductless gland.
  • Insulin : Pancreas 
  • Thyroxin : Thyroid
  • Adrenaline ; Adrenal medulla 
  • Estrogen : Ovaries 
  • Testosterone : Testes 
  • Cortisol; Adrenal cortex
  • In the body luteinizing hormone is produced by what gland Pituitary
  • Mammary gland give out milk
  • Liver gives out bile
  • Sebaceous gland give out sebum 
  • Exocrine glands transmit secretions through ducts
  • Enzymes are protein in nature
  • Hydrolysis of starch gives glucose and fructose
  • Fat digested by Lipase
  • Starch is a polymer of glucose
  • Endocrine glands: Pituitary is in brain and it controls general body growth.
  • Thyroid gland produces Thyroxin and it increases rate of cellular metabolism, 
  • Pancreas produce insulin which metabolizes sugar and fats
  • Adrenal gland produce cartosol, Testosterone is produced by Tests and ovaries produce Progesterone
  • Pituitary: Controls activity of thyroid, adrenal and reproductive glands. Other hormones stimulate the womb to contract during birth, and stimulate milk production after a baby is born.
  • Thyroid: Thyroxin controls the rate at which we grow, and how fast food is converted to energy in our cells.
  • Adrenal Glands: Adrenaline speeds up the heart and breathing, causes sweating and diverts blood to the muscles, in response to an emergency. 
  • Cortisone helps fight stress and shock. 
  • Aldosterone helps regulate water and salt in the body.
  • Pancreas: Insulin controls the body’s use of glucose.
  • Ovaries: Estrogens and progesterone control female appearance and the release of eggs, and prepare the body for pregnancy.
  • Testes: Testosterone controls the development of male appearance and the production of sperm cells.
  • Protein which acts as hormone is Oxatocin
  • Hormones are made in glands known as endocrine glands which pour them straight into the blood. Hormones are not released all the time they are produced in short bursts.
  • Pituitary gland attached to the underside of brain releases hormones that control the activity of other endocrine glands. It produces hormone that controls the amount of water filtered in the kidneys. Pituitary is attached to the brain by the hypothalamus which links together the nervous system and the hormonal system
  • Excessive secretion from the pituitary gland in children results in increased height

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