Control of Blood Sugar Level

Quiz on the control of blood sugar level in humans :D

The control of blood sugar level is an example of a:
Negative Feedback Mechanism
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A rise in blood glucose concentration is detected by the:
Beta Cells
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Insulin is released from the answer to question four by:
Exocytosis
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Insulin is a:
Hormone
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The answer to question 3 is the conversion of glucose/glucose phosphate to:
Glycogen
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Card 2

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A rise in blood glucose concentration is detected by the:

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Beta Cells

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Insulin is released from the answer to question four by:

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Card 4

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Insulin is a:

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Card 5

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The answer to question 3 is the conversion of glucose/glucose phosphate to:

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Q.2 'a constant supply of glucose is needed for respiration' is also not a reason because there are other respiratory substrates used in respiration, like fats and protein.

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