Exocrine pancreas: Quiz

Question 1:
It is important to synthesize inactive enzymes in the pancreas to avoid autodegradation, which can lead to ________.
ColitisPancreatitisGastroenteritisHepatitis

Question 2: Pancreatic secretions are secreted into the lumen of the acinus, and then accumulate in intralobular ducts that drain to the main pancreatic duct, which drains directly into the ________.
DuodenumHuman gastrointestinal tractSmall intestineStomach

Question 3: The major ________ which the pancreas secretes are trypsinogen and chymotrypsinogen.
Serine proteaseAspartate proteaseCysteine proteaseProtease

Question 4: The pancreas is also the main source of enzymes for digesting ________ (lipids) and proteins.
Trans fatFatFatty acidPolyunsaturated fat

Question 5: by function: ________ • Exocrine pancreas
Endocrine glandEndocrine systemHypothalamusIslets of Langerhans

Question 6: Control of the exocrine function of the pancreas is via the hormones gastrin, ________ and secretin, which are hormones secreted by cells in the stomach and duodenum, in response to distension and/or food and which cause secretion of pancreatic juices.
CholecystokininGastric inhibitory polypeptideVasoactive intestinal peptideSomatostatin

Question 7: (The enzymes that digest ________, by contrast, are primarily produced by the walls of the intestines.)
PolysaccharideCelluloseStarchCarbohydrate

Question 8: The exocrine ________ has ducts that are arranged in clusters called acini (singular acinus).
Endocrine systemDigestionPancreasLiver

Question 9: Trypsinogen is an inactivated forms of ________, and chymotrypsinogen is an inactivated form of chymotrypsin.
Serine proteaseEnteropeptidaseProprotein convertase 1Trypsin

Question 10: The pancreas also secretes ________, lysophospholipase, and cholesterol esterase.
Diacylglycerol lipaseAlkaline phosphatasePhospholipase A2Phospholipase C

Source: The Full Wiki (http://quiz.thefullwiki.org/Exocrine_pancreas)