Normally, iodine is transported from the blood into the lumen of the follicle of the thyroid gland, There, the iodine is attached to the thyroglobulin, also in the lumen of the thyroid follicle, to become iodinated-thyroglobulin. Next, the follicle cell converts the iodinated thyroglobulin into T3 and T4 hormones, which are then secreted into the blood.
Based on what you know about the process of thyroid hormone synthesis and the regulation of thyroid hormone T3 and T4 production, what would happen to the levels of (amount of) each of the following hormones in the blood if there was not enoughiostine in the blood (you garnet have to write a complete sentence, but make sure I knew which hormone you are answering:
1. What would happen to the levels of thyroid hormones T3 and Ta hormones in the blood if there was not enough iodine?
2. What would happen to the levels of thyroid-stimulating hormone ISHI in the blood if there was not enough iodine? 3. what would happen to the levels of throrotronincreleasioithormone: IRH in the blood if there