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  • Waiting for answer What are bronchial tubes?

    The tubes that branch from the trachea into each lung and that further branch into finer tubes called bronchioles are called bronchi (singular: bronchus) or bronchial tubes . The t...

  • Waiting for answer How does the autonomic nervous system function in the mainte...

    Autonomic (ANS) is made of motor nerves travelling from CNS to PNS. All actions of ANS are involuntary and help in maintaining a stable internal physiological state. Autonomic nevo...

  • Waiting for answer What is an example of an apocrine, exocrine, merocrine, and...

    Exocrine glands are classified as merocrine, apocrine and holocrine, depending on their mode of secretion. All these are able to discharge their products via duct system. All enzyme...

  • Waiting for answer What does accommodation mean?

    Accommodation is the process of modifying one's schema to accommodate new information. To explain accommodation, we must first define schemas. Proposed by Jean Piaget, schemas are ou...

  • Waiting for answer What is the best human anatomy and physiology book?

    This is contentious. There are several. Gray's anatomy is wonderful for most of the gross anatomy in situ. However there are a few supplemental books which give more oversight to cer...

  • Waiting for answer What are dimensions of the small intestine? What are reasons...

    The small intestine is about 7.0 m long and 2.5 cm to 3 cm in diameter. (From www.emaze.com ) In contrast, the large intestine is about 1.6 m long and about 6 cm in diameter. Wh...

  • Waiting for answer What substance is produced by the sudoriferous glands?

    Sweat Sudoriferous glands (also known as sudoriparous glands) are exocrine glands that secrete sweat out of the body and onto the skin. Sweat consists of water, minerals and some fat...

  • Waiting for answer Is latency (physiology) the time from the stimulus to the en...

    Latency is the time from the stimulus to the start of a response. Latency comes from latent, and the Latin verb latere meaning to lie hidden or lurk. When an action is being perfo...

  • Waiting for answer How many types of joints are there in the human body?

    There are three types of joints in human body: Fibrous/fixed joints Cartilagenous/slightly movable joints Synovial/movable joints Fixed joints are associated with collagen rich...

  • Waiting for answer How many chromosomes do humans have?

    Humans have 46 chromosomes (or 23 pairs) in each of their somatic cells (body cells). Somatic cells are diploid cells (2N) because they contain the complete set of chromosomes. This...

  • Waiting for answer Why is the somatic nervous system important?

    The somatic is part a of the peripheral nervous system. Major functions of the somatic nervous system include voluntary movement of the muscles and organs and reflex movements.

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between epithelium and epidermis?

    The Epidermis is a type of epithelium tissue. Epithelium a type of tissue (the others being Muscle, Connective and Nervous) that lines internal and external surfaces. They are typica...

  • Waiting for answer In what anatomical position of the body is the heart located...

    The heart is located behind and slightly left of the sternum, between the two lungs, and enclosed in a sac called the pericardium. In the human being the heart lies just behind and...

  • Waiting for answer Is your appendix on the left side or right side of your body...

    Right Side Here is a diagram showing the position of the appendix in body : As we can see from the diagram, the appendix is located in right lower part of our abdomen.

  • Waiting for answer The mandible and cervical vertebrae are examples of what typ...

    I would say both are examples of IRREGULAR bone. Such bones are made of spongy bony tissue.

  • Waiting for answer What is amphetamine delusional disorder?

    I believe you're talking about Stimulant Psychosis, as I'm quite certain "Amphetamine Delusional Disorder" would be just that, feel free to correct me but I'll do my best. Stimulant...

  • Waiting for answer Does a hepatic function panel lab test detect hepatitis C?

    Not directly. It only identifies potential damage to a liver. LFT's (Liver Function Tests) only give a snapshot of certain liver enzymes that can detect a potentially (or continuou...

  • Waiting for answer What are six types of neuroglial cells?

    Oligodendrocyte, Schwann cell, Ependymal cell, Microglia, Satellite cell and Astrocyte (fibrous protoplasmic) The glial cells are 10 times more abundant than neurons in our brain....

  • Waiting for answer What are the names of three layers of the heart wall?

    Endocardium Myocardium Pericardium (or epicardium) The heart is a muscular organ that contracts rhythmically pumping the blood through the . Its walls consist of of three tunics or l...

  • Waiting for answer What does ISTJ-A means? its my personality type. thank you :...

    Overall, it means you are logical. It stands for Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging. And A stands for Auxiliary which is Extraverted Thinking. So basically, you are Introverted Sensing with Extraverted Thinking Judging.

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