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Gonadotropin releasing hormone is transferred to anterior pituitary by


A
left coronary artery
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B
hypophysial portal artery
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C
axons of neurosecretory cells
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D
nuclei of hypothalamus
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Solution

The correct option is B hypophysial portal artery
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone is a hormone responsible for releasing FSH and LH  from anterior pituitary gland. It is transferred to the anterior pituitary gland by the hypophysial portal artery. 
So, the correct option is 'Hypophysial portal artery'.

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