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    Hormone Research

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    Hormone Research Hormone research has been greatly influenced by cultural assumptions about the dimorphism of gender. Much of the scientific data produced and taken as ‘knowledge’ reaffirms social ideologies already thought to be true and uses this data to essentially prove these ideas. In the case of hormone research, ideas about the innate differences between males and females were imposed upon the scientific methodologies and the conclusions made. The misconception of estrogen and testosterone

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    Heredity and Hormones

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    does not control one person behavior, but when you add hormone in to the consideration than it’s comes to another factor to consider. When considering a person hormones as a factor, this type of issue cam contribute to the person behavior issues. However, the person hormones according to researchers are now considered to be a powerful drug that the body produces from within the endocrine glands. However, when you put both a person gene and hormones together, this can influence the person behavior. By

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    Plant hormones

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    Plant hormones are specialized chemical substances produced by plants. They are the main internal factors controlling growth and development. Hormones are produced in one part of a plant and transported to others, where they are effective in very small amounts. Depending on the target tissue, a given hormone may have different effects. Plant hormones play an integral role in controlling the growth and development of plants. A plant hormone is generally described as an organic compound synthesized

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    Herbal Extracts And Hormones

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    Herbal Extracts and Hormones Herbs are found everywhere, and hormones are a natural product of everyone's body. The production of hormones increases and decreases with the age and development of the individual. Due to the nature of hormones and the ongoing research still being done, this article will investigate only two hormones that are in common use by the everyday person. Herbs, on the other hand, can be found from California to China and as far as consumers are concerned, they are now mainstream

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    The Feel Good Hormone

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    Nature's Own: The Feel Good Hormone Sex feels good, that is why people do it for more than simply procreation. Laughing is enjoyable, for that reason people search for things that amuse them. Touch is pleasing, therefore the massage business thrives. These things can become addictive due to the pleasurable effect that they produce. People have been exercising obsessively for a long time but only recently was an idea postulated as an explanation. Laughter often begets laughter and in large doses

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    Growth Hormones

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    Growth hormones are a very controversial subject in today's society. The hormones carry with them very potent results. This in many cases is a benefit for it's users. Studies have shown that growth hormones can help children who are small in stature. Around 1990 growth hormones became a common solution to children who failed to mature in relation to the normal growth curve. During these years growth hormones were not approved for adults unless they were severely damaged by a disease, trauma,

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    The Most Common Hormones in Beef Products

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    regarding the safety of the hormones has been reconsidered, where "many industry funded studies show no risk, independent studies suggest" that hormonal presence in meat and dairy products are disturbing to many (Minowa). Earlier studies that considered hormones safe were based on inadequate scientific data and uncertain assumptions. Chemical and hormone overload can affect both sexes, but children, pregnant women, and developing embryos are the most susceptible to additive hormones which pose potential

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    Use of Antibiotics and Hormones in Animal Feed Antibiotics are chemicals produced by living organisms that are used to kill or inhibit the growth of other infectious micro-organisms. Most antibiotics prevent the growth of microorganisms, which they act on instead of completely killing them. Antibiotics are extra cellular products meaning that they can be extracted for use; Penicillin is an example of this as it comes from the fungus Penicillium notatum1. Hormones are chemicals that transfer

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    are giving animals synthetic hormones and antibiotics to increase the growth and kill bacteria. Unfortunately, if one consumes the meat and produce there are major side effects to human body. Hormones are given to animals to accelerate growth and antibiotics are given to treat pathogens, but unfortunately people are being affected by the hormones and the antibiotic resistant bacteria. Further, supplying the body with an abnormal amount of natural or synthetic hormones can cause a minor or major hormonal

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    Hormones are an essential part of life and growth, for both humans and plants. They are created by the eight different parts of Endocrine glands. They different parts are the adrenal gland, the hypothalamus, the pancreas, the parathyroid gland, the pineal gland, the pituitary gland, the reproductive glands, and the thyroid gland. There are also a few other places in your body that produce hormones, like the placenta in a woman. Hormones affect everything from your growth and development to your mood

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