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  • Waiting for answer Which gland produces ADH?

    Anti diuretic hormone/ADH is released in blood stream by posterior pituitary though it is produced by hypothalamic neurons. (https://d2gne97vdumgn3.cloudfront.net/api/file/fMldOFdaS...

  • Waiting for answer How does bile get to the small intestine? How do the enzymes...

    Bile reaches the small intestine through the common bile duct; pancreatic enzymes reach the small intestine through the hepatopancreatic duct (a linking of the pancreatic and bile ducts)....

  • Waiting for answer In human anatomy, what is a crest?

    A Crest is a ridge or raised surface on the skeleton. A Crest is a ridge or raised surface on the skeleton. Two examples of crests in the body would be the Iliac crest which forms...

  • Waiting for answer In what parts of the heart do you find oxygenated blood and...

    The right side of the heart contains oxygen-poor blood, as it has just returned from the body, and the left side contains oxygen-rich blood, as it has just returned from the lungs. R...

  • Waiting for answer Does the muscular system have any organs?

    Yes the does have organs. The most famous one is the heart and considered one of the strongest muscles. The heart is composed entirely made up of cardiac tissues and contracts rhyt...

  • Waiting for answer What is the function of the small intestine? Where in the bo...

    The small intestine absorbs the food you eat so that it can be used to carry out the processes of the body. It starts where the stomach ends and is located just beneath it. The Small...

  • Waiting for answer What is the largest foramen in the human skeleton?

    The largest foramen in the human skeleton is the obturator foramen in the pelvic bone. The largest foramen in the human skeleton is the obturator foramen in the pelvic bone. The...

  • Waiting for answer What is the purpose of the microvilli of the small intestine...

    To increase the surface area of small intestine for better absorption of nutrients. The small intestine (SI) is the site of terminal food digestion and nutrient absorption. The la...

  • Waiting for answer What is an infarct of right and left parietal lobes of brain...

    An infarct of the parietal lobe is the death of its tissues caused when an obstruction of the blood supply causes a lack of oxygen. The parietal lobe is one of the four major lob...

  • Waiting for answer What is a hallucinogen, a stimulant, and a depressant?

    These are three different effects caused by certain psychotropic drugs. Hallucinogens cause hallucinations, which is an effect on the brain that causes the person experiencing he ha...

  • Waiting for answer What is the function of the sensory division of the peripher...

    To convey information from receptors in the periphery of the body to the brain and spinal cord. Human is anatomically divided into two pain parts : Central nervous system and Periph...

  • Waiting for answer What is the resting potential for a neuron?

    Membrane potential of a neuron, when it is not transmitting any signal, with respect to its immediate surrounding is called resting potential. Generally the value of resting potential is -70mV....

  • Waiting for answer How does the circulatory and respiratory systems work togeth...

    Here's what I've got. The Respiratory system allows entry of oxygen into the body and release Carbon Dioxide. The Oxygen travels across lung tissue into blood vessels and the blood...

  • Waiting for answer What is a non-conformist?

    A nonconformist is a person who does not act or behave the way most people perform normally.

  • Waiting for answer What is LH in women reproductive system?

    LH is a hormone which stimulates ovulation and pregnancy preperations LH is produced by the pituary gland and it is responsible for ovulation and some physical changes during pregnan...

  • Waiting for answer What is abstract reasoning?

    abstract reasoning is the ability that defines formal operational stage in piaget's theory of development abstract reasoning, in the simplest terms, is the ability to reason or predi...

  • Waiting for answer Which kind of exocrine gland has no cytoplasm in its secreti...

    Merocrine (eccrine) glands. Exocrine glands are glands that excrete their products onto an epithelial surface. This in contrast to endocrine glands that secrete products into the bl...

  • Waiting for answer Why and how does the skeletal system interact with the diges...

    The interacts with the in such a way that the skeletal system takes its calcium and phosphorus supply from the digestive system. The skeletal system cannot produce its own calcium...

  • Waiting for answer What is the function of an axon?

    To relay a signal from the nerve cell body to the axon terminal. The axon is the "tail" You see in most diagrams of a nerve cell. It acts as the wire in which a nerve signal flows.

  • Waiting for answer When caring for musculoskeletal injuries, what does RICE sta...

    R - Rest I - Ice C - Compression E - Elevation Rest Rest means allow the injury time to heal limiting the stress of use. Ice Reduces swelling and pain by reducing blood flow and l...

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