SSLC Biology Solutions Chapter3 Chemical messages for Homeostasis

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SSLC Biology Solutions Chapter3 Chemical messages for Homeostasis

Sensations and Responses- Chapter3 Chemical messages for Homeostasis solutions pdf download. In this chapter, you can learn about Blood, Muscle, and Nerves series, explains the chemical messages that are essential for body cells to maintain a stable environment.  The revision pamphlets provided below for the subject Sensations and Responses are prepared by our team of expert and highly qualified teachers, A team of some of the best science teachers from Kerala.

These revision pamphlets will help you in gearing up your preparation for the SSLC Biology examination.  Below are the set of Chapter3 Chemical messages for Homeostasis notes which provide you with a brief explanation for all sentences included in the class10 biology solutions pdf. It is ideal for students being introduced to scientific concepts such as chemical messages, homeostasis, and reactions in cell fluids and tissues.

This article contains the pdf download link for Textbook solutions for SSLC Biology Chapter3 Chemical messages for Homeostasis important questions. You can use the following resources for your reference textbook of the SSLC syllabus.

Board SCERT, Kerala
Text Book SCERT Based
Class SSLC 
Subject Biology Solution
Chapter Chapter 3
Chapter Name Chemical messages for Homeostasis
Category Kerala SSLC


Kerala Syllabus SSLC Class 10 Biology Textbook Solution Chapter 3 Chemical messages for Homeostasis


Qn 1.

Identify the word- pair relationship and fill in the blank.

Thyroxine : Thyroid gland

Epinephrine : …………………..

  • Answer)

    Adrenal Gland


Qn 2.

Analyse the information given in the box and answer the questions.

X - The production of this hormone is more in night and less in day time.

Y - Hormones from the adrenal gland work along with the sympathetic system.
  1. Identify and name the hormone 'X' and its gland.
  2. Identify the hormones indicated as 'Y'
  • Answer)
    1. Melatonin  - Pineal Gland
    2. Epinephrine (Adrenaline)  Norepinephrine (Noradrenaline)

Qn 3.

Analyse the illustration and complete the table appropriately.

  • Answer)
    Endocrine GlandLocationHormones

    Hypo

    thalamus

    In the middle of the brain below the thalamus

    Oxytocin

    vasopressin

    PituitaryBelow the hypothalamus

    Somatotrophin

    tropic hormones

    prolactin

    ThyroidIn the throat just below the larynx

    Thyroxine

    Calcitoxin

    ParathyroidPosterior surface of the thyroidParathormone
    Thymusjust below the sternumThymosin
    PancreasIn the abdomen, below the stomach,near to duodenum

    Insulin

    Glucagon

    OvaryOn the either side of uterus

    Estrogen

    Progesterone

    TestisIn the scrotum, outside the abdominal cavity.Testosterone
    AdrenalAbove the kidneys

    Epinephrine (Adrenaline)

    Norepinephrine (noradrenaline)

    Cortisol

    Aldosterone

     

    PinealIn the middle of the brain Melatonin

Qn 4.

The hormone that helps in the reabsorption of water in the kidneys.

  1. TSH
  2. ACTH
  3. ADH
  4. GTH
  • Answer)

    ADH



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