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Hormones Being Transported Through The Bloodstream

Eduard Muller

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Image Description:

An image showing Hormones Being Transported Through The Bloodstream.

Hormones are released into the bloodstream through which they travel to target sites. The target cell has receptors specific to a given hormone and will be activated by either a lipid-soluble (permeable to plasma membrane) or water-soluble hormone (binds to a cell-surface receptor).

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Small

600x568px

2x1.89" @300dpi

8.33x7.89" @72dpi

5.08x4.80cm @300dpi

21.15x20.04cm @72dpi

Medium

1200x1137px

4x3.79" @300dpi

16.67x15.79" @72dpi

10.16x9.62cm @300dpi

42.34x40.10cm @72dpi

Large

1892x1792px

6.31x5.97" @300dpi

26.28x24.89" @72dpi

16.02x15.16cm @300dpi

66.75x63.22cm @72dpi

Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Hormones, Blood Vessel, Target Cell

Image created by:

Eduard Muller


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