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why are hormones specific?
Question asked by: darkdogs

Asked on: 04 May 2008

Hormones are specific because there are many different functions in the body that they need to control therefore it would not be realistic or possible to have a master one that did all the different activities required of a hormone.
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Replied at: 22 Aug 2008
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