Nerves and hormones

AQA GCSE Biology Unit 1

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1. What does FSH do?

  • 1. Causes an egg to mature in one of the ovaries; 2.Stimulates the Ovaries to produce Oestragen
  • 1. Causes an egg to release in one of the ovaries; 2.Stimulates the Ovaries to produce LH
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2. How long do the effects of hormones last?

  • Instant
  • very long
  • not long

3. What are Motor Neurons?

  • Nerve cells that carry signals as electrical pulse from the CNS (relay neurones) to the effector muscles or gland
  • Nerve cells that carry signals as electrical pulse from the effector to the brain
  • Nerve cells that carry signals as electrical pulse from the receptor to the effector muscles or gland

4. How can Oestrogen be used to stop fertility?

  • To inhibit the release of FSH, which matures a fertilised egg
  • To inhibit the release of LH, which releases a fertilised egg

5. What three hormones control the different stages of the Menstrual Cycle?

  • FSH, Oestrogen, LH
  • GJH, Cytokine, SH
  • HGH, Intracrine, KH

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