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Physiology: Animal Function and Reproduction

Endocrine System

What are neurosecretory cells?

Neurosecretory cells—found in vertebrates and invertebrates—are specialized nerve cells that produce and secrete hormones. Well-known examples of neurosecretory cells are oxytocin- and vasopressin-secreting neurons in the hypothalamus.



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