Amine Hormones Derived from Amino Acids Quiz

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Which amino acid is tyrosine derived from?

Which gland secretes the hormone triiodothyronine (T3)?

Which hormone is derived from tryptophan?

Which of the following hormones is derived from tyrosine and is too large and polar to pass through the cell membrane?

Why are NE and Epi considered water-soluble hormones?

Which hormone secreted by the adrenal medulla is derived from tyrosine and is water-soluble?

Which of the following hormones is derived from tyrosine and is small and non-polar?

Which amino acid can be used to produce hormones that are too large and polar to pass through the cell membrane?

The hormone derived from tryptophan is water-soluble.

Hormones derived from tyrosine are generally small and non-polar.

Adrenal medulla secretes hormones that are small and non-polar.

Thyroid gland secretes hormones that are too large and polar to pass through the cell membrane.

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Test your knowledge about amine hormones derived from the amino acids tyrosine and tryptophan, including hormones secreted by the adrenal medulla and the thyroid gland. Learn about water-soluble and small, non-polar hormones.

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