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H.1 Hormonal Control H.1.1, H.1.2, H.1.3, H.1.4 Nicole Chin
H State that hormones are chemical messengers secreted by endocrine glands into the blood and transported to specific target cells
Figure 41.1 Chemical Signaling Systems (Part 1)
Figure 41.1 Chemical Signaling Systems (Part 2)
H State that hormones can be steroids, proteins and tyrosine derivatives, with one example of each Hormone Type:Example:One Effect of hormone:
H.1.3 – Distinguish between the mode of action of steroid hormones and protein hormones Steroid Hormones:
Steroid Hormone Goes to the ___________________. Then it binds to the receptor and becomes the ________________. It then passes through __________________and selectively binds to ___________________ and now it can ________________________.
Protein Hormones :
Protein Hormone Goes to the ___________________. Then it binds to the receptor which is on the _______________ of the cell membrane. The receptor sends a __________________ which goes through the cell membrane and sends the message to the gene. now it can ___________________________.
H.1.4 – Outline the relationship between the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland