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21:59 what are classes of hormones  proteins  steroids amines how many bases of dna code for one amino acid  3 bases= 1 amino acid  how is the vagus nerve different form other cranial nerves because it stretches down into organs  endocrine chemical signaling= using hormones to communicate paracrine= hormones released from cells, diffuse to adjacent cells nueroendocrine= released by neural cells into circulation
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during transcription, what is the name of the enzyme that fils the corresponding  bases of the coding DNA strand  RNA Polymerase  Two structures in the ‘input zone’ of a typical neuron  Dendrites and soma (cell body) Groups of cells in A) peripheral nervous system, B) central nervous system A) ganglion B) nuclei Know cuts of brain E is dorsal to B Cholesterol is the precursor to all= STEROIDS Name two endocrine glands controlled by the anterior pituitary  Adrenal cortex  Thyroid 
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Name an endocrine gland controlled by direct innervation Pancreas and posterior pituitary  Gland that functions both as a endocrine and exocrine gland Pancreas  Yes it has ducts In what structure does protein synthesis happen? Ribosome 
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