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  • Waiting for answer What is the largest organ in the digestive system?

    The liver The liver is, in fact, the second largest organ in the entire body (second only to your skin). It has many functions in the : Bile production - This is a fluid that h...

  • Waiting for answer What are the three stages of General Adaptation Syndrome?

    Stages of GAS 1: Alarm 2: Resistance 3: Exhaustion

  • Waiting for answer Myelin is found around which part of the neuron?

    Myelin sheath is the insulating covering that surrounds an axon with multiple spiral layers of myelin. The insulating covering that surrounds an axon with multiple spiral layers of...

  • Waiting for answer What does the temporal lobe of the brain do?

    The temporal lobe in the brain is involved in the primary auditory perception, which has to do with hearing.

  • Waiting for answer What does a blood clot look like on the outside of your skin...

    See explanation. It kind of looks like a vain but it is black, sort of.

  • Waiting for answer What organ produces bile?

    Bile is produced by the LIVER and stored in the Gallbladder. For a complete explanation, please refer to my previous narrative on the same topic while answering the question: EV...

  • Waiting for answer Which chambers are the receiving chambers of the heart?

    Right atrium Left atrium Human heart has four chambers : the two atria (right and left) and the two ventricle (right and left). This is a diagram of heart with the direction of b...

  • Waiting for answer What is the process of axonal conduction?

    Positive ions are pumped in and out of the axon, further up each time, to create a temporary attraction and draw the action potential along. Information is conducted through the axo...

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between a ligament, tendon, and carti...

    Ligament is a connective tissue which connects bone to bone. Tendon connects Bones to muscles. Cartilage is a type of connective tissue which is involved in supportive framework of our body , cartilage are of various types like Hyaline cartilage which is weakest , Elastic cartilage which is elastic...

  • Waiting for answer Besides breaking down food, what else does the digestive sys...

    The digestive system also packages food and turns it into waste, readying it for disposal through the anus. Besides breaking down food, the digestive system packages the food and tur...

  • Waiting for answer What is the union of sperm and egg to form a zygote?

    fertilization is the fusion of the male and female sex gametes to form a zygote Fertilization only happens when there is a fusion. It occurs at the ampulla of the uterine tube

  • Waiting for answer What is the role of calcium ion in blood clotting?

    My answer will only focus on the specific role of calcium ions in clotting. It will not go into the details of the entire clotting cascade. Remember the gamma carboxylated clotting factors contain two carboxyl residues. These carboxyl residues are negatively charged, with each of those carrying a...

  • Waiting for answer What is the function of the pituitary gland?

    The pituitary gland, generally said "glands", is a twin-gland that is important in key functions of the body, e.g. metabolism. The pituitary gland (s) is an endocrine gland (i.e. it...

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of enzymes in the human body?

    First we have to define enzymes. Enzymes are protein catalysts with specificity for both reaction catalyzed and its substrates. They can speed up cellular reactions and lower the energy of activation (which is necessary to start a reaction)....

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of transgenic organisms?

    Here's what I've got. A transgenic organism is one that contains genes from other organisms. These genes usually add some special ability or function to the organism. Soybeans hav...

  • Waiting for answer How do white blood cells prevent, not fight, disease?

    “B cells” and “Memory B cells” are types of white blood cells that provide future immunity against invasion by the same antigen. “B cells” and “Memory B cells” are types of white bl...

  • Waiting for answer Is alcoholism genetic?

    it is not genetic your alcohol tolerance may somehow be genetic, but your addiction to alcohol or your alcoholism is related to your state of mind. whether it makes you happy, relie...

  • Waiting for answer What causes a kidney infection?

    Kidney infections usually occur when bacteria enter your urinary tract through the urethra. Bacteria from an infection anywhere in your body can spread through-out your bloodstream...

  • Waiting for answer How many ribs does the human body have? What are "false" rib...

    12 pairs (24). 8-12 rib pairs are called false ribs. Our thoracic cage or rib cage is composed of 12 pairs of ribs, sternum, cartilages and thoracic vertebrae. Of the 12 pairs of rib...

  • Waiting for answer Why can nerve impulses travel only in one direction?

    Because of the chemical nature of impulse and the axon-dendrite structure. Because of the chemical nature of impulse and the axon-dendrite structure.http://www.biologymad.com/nervous...

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