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Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:08 am

by Juanotoole » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:12 am

Vitality Rx A hormone, released by one of the dozens of glands, moves through the blood until it reaches a cell with a hormone specific receptor. Then, like a key in a lock, the molecule attaches to the receiver and sends a signal inside the cell. The signal may tell the cell to produce some protein or multiply. The word "hormone" was introduced in 190 by a British physiologist, Professor Ernest Starling . It is derived from the Greek verb hormao, which means "set in motion fast, excite, stimulate". Hormones are involved in almost all biological processes: immune function, reproduction, growth, and even control of other hormones. They can act at surprisingly low concentrations (one part per billion 10 or trillion 10 12).
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