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What are the similarities or differences of hormonal activities between steroids and Testosterones that impact masculinize or feminize sexual development and behavior in the brain?
Weegy: Hormones are chemicals the body makes that cause a reaction by or targets another part of the body. The reaction generally allows the targeted part to do its function. One such hormone is insulin. Insulin is a chemical thats made by the pancreas. [ [ It affects or targets cells throughout the body, and allows the cells to use glucose. Without the insulin, glucose can NOT get into the cells, and stays in the blood, resulting in the condition called diabetes. ] ] (More)
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Probation is the suspension of a jail sentence that allows a person convicted of a crime a chance to remain in the community, instead of going to jail.
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