Compare and contrast the mechanisms of action of lipid‑soluble vs. water‑soluble hormones?

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A) Compare and contrast the mechanisms of action of lipid‑soluble vs. water‑soluble hormones? Give an example of one lipid and one water soluble hormone and for each- what are their actions in the body?

(B) What feedback systems regulate the hormones you choose, and how does this feedback system affects the body plus the level of other hormone in the blood?

(C) What are the effects of each of the two hormones produced by the Adrenal gland and the Ovaries. (Chp 16-Ammerman; Chap 17- Jen3e_Ch 17 Pwpt, & Summary).



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  • Calfee, R. C, & Flores, R. (1999). Photosynthesis, Chapter 6. In: Biology: Concepts and Connections (pp. 100-109). San Francisco, CA: Pearson and Benjamin Cummings.

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The Foundation….World. (2000). Pollution and banana cream pie. In Great chefs cook with chlorofluorocarbons and carbon monoxide (Chap. 3). Retrieved July 13, 2001, from http://www.wikidictionary/pollution/banana.htm).

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{Last, first name (1st author)}, &{Last, first name (2st author)}. (2000). A Buddhist response…..human rights. Journal of Buddhist Ethics, 8(4). Retrieved July 13, 2001, from http://www.wikidictionary/pollution/banana.htm).

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  • Calfee, R. C, Cornel, D., Berry, A., Kernis, M. H., Stacks, G., & Flores, R. (1999). There is more to….high or low: The importance of stability of self-esteem. Journal of Anatomy and Health, 65, 1190-1204.

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NicholasI
School: University of Maryland

Hi, kindly find attached

LIPID-SOLUBLE VS. WATER-SOLUBLE HORMONES

Lipid-soluble vs. water-soluble hormones
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LIPID-SOLUBLE VS. WATER-SOLUBLE HORMONES

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Question A) Hormones refer to small molecules which travel in the body as well as act as
the Chemical messengers. They regulate body activities such as sexual functions, growth as well
as digestion. Hormones vary a lot in the chemical structures. Generally, water-soluble hormones
are amino acids as well as a peptide which are based on composition as well as soluble in water.
Water soluble hormones move freely in a bloodstream although they cannot pass via cellular
membranes that are nonpolar. Due to this, water-soluble hormones tend to stick to the receptors
on the membrane's surface which after that sends the ch...

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