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Generally, a cell that is affected by a particular steroid hormone would be expected to have ________.
enzymes that are activated or inactivated by the hormone's second messenger
a receptor inside the cell that binds the hormone
a cell-surface receptor that binds the hormone
DNA sites that interact with the hormone

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