Yes. The adrenal glands are ductless glands.
Glands that secrete their contents into the blood stream. Examples Adrenal Gland and Thyroid Gland. Some glands are both duct/ductless. The Pancreas secretes several hormones into the blood stream and also secretes enzymes via ducts into the small bowel.
Adrenal glands are ductless in order to supply the secretion of hormones directly into the area requiring the levels. This bypasses the usage of a duct in order to regulate hormonal secretions.
All of the endocrine glands are ductless.
Endocrine gland-- A ductless gland, such as the pituitary, thyroid, or adrenal gland, that secretes its products directly into the blood or lymph.
The Adrenal glands are located above the kidneys.
Ductless glands are glands that secrete there product directly onto a surface rather than through a duct.
No, sebaceous glands have ducts.
No, sebaceous glands have ducts. They are exocrine glands.
Endocrine Glands are a type of ductless organ that produce hormones
adrenal cortex and the Adrenal Medulla