The cells that respond have appropriate receptors.
No cells recognize the reproductive hormones and respond to them.
The shape of the hormone molecule is recognized by cells in the reproductive system.
Some cells recognize the reproductive hormones and respond to them.
Testosterone, HCG, LH
Progesterone, HCG, testosterone
FSH, estrogen, insulin
Estrogen, progesterone, FSH, LH
These cells have different DNA than the cells in other body systems.
These cells have specific types of receptors on their membranes.
Reproductive system cells could be harmed if they made contact with hormones from other different body systems.
Cells associated with the female reproductive system only respond to the hormone testosterone.
Use the smaller molecules to plug the gaps in the cell membrane to slow diffusion
Use the energy obtained to digest molecules produced by respiration that uses oxygen
Obtain energy or reassemble the resulting materials to form different compounds
Excrete smaller amounts of solid waste materials during vigorous exercise
The presence of hormones that keep the blood sugar level steady
The maintenance of a constant body temperature
Cell division that is involved in normal growth
A rapid rise in the number of red blood cells
Feedback mechanisms regulate blood sugar levels.
Gene mutations are increased.
Energy from ATP is not available.
Dynamic equilibrium is disrupted.