How are hormones transferred from one part of the body to another?


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Hormones are released by endocrine glands which are often termed as ductless glands. So unlike blood or lymph hormones dont have their own connective tissues or vessels through which they can travel. So they are directly released into the blood in which they travel through out the body to reach the target organ/tissue/cell.

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