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In their mechanism of action, a difference between steroid and nonsteroid hormones is that __________.
nonsteroid hormones bind to DNA
steroid hormones enter the nucleus of the target cell, and nonsteroid hormones do not
nonsteroid hormones cross the plasma membrane more readily than do steroid hormones
steroid hormones use a signal transduction pathway
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