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The modes of action of juvenile hormones: some questions we ought to ask.

This paper argues that the current dogma that juvenile hormones are structurally unique and constitute a family of derivatives of farnesoic acid which are produced by the corpus allatum (CA), secreted into the hemolymph, frequently transported by binding proteins, enter cells by diffusion across the cell membrane and there the products of the CA interact in some way with the genome, probably via nuclear receptors of the steroid superfamily, may not be tenable. It does so by examining the following questions. How many JHs are there? Are there other sources of JH in insects? Are there non-farnesoids with JH activity in insects? How does JH get into cells? Is the product of the CA the effective hormone? How many modes of action are there? How many receptors are there?[1]


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