How insulin and glucagon regulate Blood glucose homeostasis

Answer the following questions according to how insulin and glucagon regulate blood glucose homeostasis. (One or more correct answers to each question) 1. What cells synthesize and release glucagon? What cells can be the target cells of glucagon? A. Pancreatic beta cells; muscle cells B. Pancreatic beta cells; liver cells C. Pancreatic alpha cells; liver cells D. Pancreatic alpha cells; muscle cells E. None of the above

2. What cells synthesize and release insulin? What cells can be the target cells of insulin?

A. Pancreatic beta cells; muscle cells B. Pancreatic beta cells; liver cells C. Pancreatic alpha cells; liver cells D. Pancreatic alpha cells; muscle cells E. None of the above 3. Which of the following result in a decrease in blood sugar level?

A. Transport glucose from blood into muscle cells. B. Liver cells to take up glucose from blood and store glucose as glycogen. C. Adipocytes take up glucose from blood. D. Liver cells break down glycogen to release glucose into blood. E. None of the above 4. A patient produces an antibody attack his own pancreatic beta cells, what would be consequence?

A. Decrease in insulin production B. Increase in insulin production C. Less glucose transporters on muscle, liver, or adipose tissue. D. More glucose transporters on muscle, liver, or adipose tissue.

E. Less glucose is taken up by the cells from blood into the cells more glucose stays in blood. F. More glucose is taken up by the cells from blood into the cells, mare glucose stays in blood. G. Blood sugar level increases H. Blood sugar level decreases 1. More glycogen in liver cells 1. Less glycogen in liver cells