Insulin and glucagon are transported to target organ by

Insulin And Glucagon Are Transported To Target Organ By Biology Question

Insulin and glucagon are transported to target organ by


(a) lymph
(b) blood
(c) pancreatic duct
(d) cystic duct

Correct Answer:



Both insulin and glucagon (secreted from pancreas) are associated with the metabolism of carbohydrates and have antagonistic effects due to which the blood sugar level is regulated in the body. Both of these hormones are transported through blood.

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Topics: Neural Control and Chemical Coordination (201)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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