A patient has researched lipid soluble hormones on the Internet Which

A patient has researched lipid soluble hormones on

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46A patient has researched lipid-soluble hormones on the Internet. Which information indicates the patient has a goodunderstanding? Lipid-soluble hormone receptors cross the plasma membrane by: a.Diffusionb.Osmosisc.Active transportd.EndocytosisALipid-soluble hormones cross the plasma membrane by diffusion.Lipid-soluble hormones cross by diffusion, not osmosis.Lipid-soluble hormones cross by diffusion, not active transport.Lipid-soluble hormones cross by diffusion, not endocytosis. 47When a patient asks about target cell receptors, which is the nurse’s best response? Target cell receptors for most water-soluble hormones are located in the:
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48When the endocrinologist asks the staff how the releasing hormones that are made in the hypothalamus travel to the anterior pituitary, how should the staff reply? Via the: 49An aide asks the nurse what activates tyrosine. What is the nurse’s best response? 50A nurse recalls prolactin-inhibiting factor’s target tissue is the: a.Hypothalamusb.Anterior pituitaryc.Mammary glandsd.Posterior pituitaryBProlactin-inhibiting factor (PIF) inhibits prolactin secretion by the anterior pituitary.PIF inhibits prolactin secretion by the anterior pituitary, not the hypothalamus.
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PIF inhibits prolactin secretion by the anterior pituitary, not the mammary glands.PIF inhibits prolactin secretion by the anterior pituitary, not the posterior pituitary.
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