Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Do proteins form hormones enzymes and connective tissue?
Enzymes are catalytic proteins. Connective tissue is, well, tissue and is made of cells, but proteins such as collagen do play an important role. Some hormones are proteins and some are not. An example of a protein that serves as a hormone is insulin. However, hormones such as testosterone or thyroxin are NOT proteins. ...
Asked in Biochemistry, Endocrine System
Of the four tissue typeswhich synthesizes hormones?
epithelium tissue. the pancreas secretes insulin through endocrine glands of the islet of pancreatic langerhorns. There are also other forms of epithelium that secrete hormones. ...
Asked in Biology
How do the hormones reach their target tissue?
They're transported in the blood. The endocrine system releases hormones into the bloodstream, which carries the chemical messengers to throughout the body where they eventually bind with receptors on their target cell or tissue. ...
Asked in Endocrine System
How does the endocrine system work with the respirtory system?
Tissue function is regulated by hormones and the endocrine system is in charge of all the hormones in your body. ...
Asked in Microbiology, Cell Biology (cytology)
Why would certain cells in the ovaries and testes contain large amounts of smooth endoplasmic reticulum?
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum synthesises lipids. Ovaries and testes produce lipid containing hormones such as estrogren and testosterone, and the smooth ER helps manufacture these. ...