what is target site?

The endocrine glands release hormones into bloodstream to reach a particular body part called target site. The target site responds to the hormone. 

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the particular site where the hormones reach through the bloodstream is called the target site.

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THE ORGAN WHERE THE HORMONE ACTS

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The place where the hormones reach to a particular part of the body

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the special sites where the hormones get active,..

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A target site is a place where, a particular type of hormone become active.

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Hormones generally do not act at the place of their secretion. The are carrie by the blood or lymph to reach different parts of the body. However, all organs don't respond to the hormone. Certain organs that respond to a particular hormone are called the target organs for that hormone.

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the organ where the hormone act

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the area where the hormone has to act

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the area where the hormone has to act

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The target site is the tissue or organ on which the enzyme or hormone acts. For example, the follicle stimulating harmone secreted by the pituitary targets the ovary in females and the testis in males. The enzymes do not cause any effect on tissues or organs other than the target site.

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Target site is the site where a restriction endonuclease cleaves a DNA molecule; usually the recognition site.

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it isa site wher the hormones act upon to bring about necessary changes.

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the particular site upon which the harmones have to act

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The endocrine glands release hormones into bloodstream to reach a particular body part called target site. The target site responds to the hormone.

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 the place in our body where hormones reach through bloodstream

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The endocrine glands release the hormones into bloodstream to reach a particular body part called target site. The target site responds to the hormone and functions accordingly.

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the place in our body where hormones reach through bloodstream :)

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i mean thank you
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Most hormones circulate in blood, coming into contact with essentially all cells. However, a givenhormone usually affects only a limited number of cells, which are called target cells. A target cell responds to a hormone because it bears receptors for the hormone.
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I hope it was helpful
 
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Target site is the place in your body where the hormones secreted by endocrine glands take their action
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In a zinc finger protein, certain sequences of amino acid residues are able to recognise and bind to an extended target-site of four or even five nucleotides When this occurs in a ZFP in which the three-nucleotide subsites are contiguous, one zinc finger interferes with the target-site of the zinc finger adjacent to it ...
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they area where hormones are taken to act
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Endocrine glands release the hormones into the bloodstream to reach a particular body part. This body part is called the target site. In simpler words, the hormones reach the destination/ their work place where they start there action. This is the target site in biological study. 
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the endocrine glands release hormonesinto bloodstream to reach target site
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What is target site
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Endocrine glands release hormones into the bloodstream to reach a particular body part are called target site
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A target site is a place where a particular type of harmone become active
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target site is the olace where hormones mix with the blood an transport it to various parts of the body
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Dear student, 
The target site is the tissue or organ on which the enzyme or hormone acts. ... The enzymes do not cause any effect on tissues or organs other than the target site.
Hope my answer helps you
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Dear students,
The target site is the tissue or organ on which the enzyme or hormone acts. ... The enzymes do not cause any effect on tissues or organs other than the target site.Hormones usually affect only a limited numbers of cell ,which are called target cells . Most hormones circulate in blood, coming into contact with essentially all cells. However, a given hormone usually affects only a limited number of cells, which are called target cells.
Hope my answer helps you to come over your doubt.
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What is target site
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IN WHICH BODY TESTOSTERONE AND ESTROGEN FOUND
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