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  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of mechanical digestion?

    Mastication Swallowing Peristalsis Absorption Defecation Mechanical digestion is the physical act of breaking down the food by non-chemical means. Mechanical digestion begins in the...

  • Waiting for answer What are neurons that carry nerve impulses toward the centra...

    Sensory neurons Because, it carry nerve impulses toward the central nervous system Diagram of a sensory neuron :

  • Waiting for answer How does the respiratory system work with the muscular syste...

    The and the are codependent. The respiratory system would not work without the muscular system. The term respiration is characterized by gas exchange. Gas exchange first occurs at...

  • Waiting for answer In what way is a taste aversion different from other example...

    A taste aversion can develop after a single exposure while most other examples of classical conditioning require many exposures. Classical conditioning involves the pairing of a prev...

  • Waiting for answer What does##IQ## stand for?

    Intelligence quotient iQ was only supposed to be an indicator for mental retardation in children, so it can't actually test someone's intelligence. It isn't actually an intelligence...

  • Waiting for answer Is peritonitis fluid around the heart? What causes this?

    No, peritonitis is an inflammation of the peritoneum, the membrane that lines the abdominal cavity and covers the abdominal organs. The peritoneum is the serous membrane that lines...

  • Waiting for answer What are the two functions of the gallbladder?

    The main functions of the gallbladder are to store, concentrate and release bile into the small intestine during digestion. The gallbladder plays a very important role in the digest...

  • Waiting for answer What are the 5 major arteries in the body?

    They are as follows: The femoral artery The aorta The subclavian artery The common illiac The carotid artery The Aorta: The largest artery of the body and provides oxygenated...

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between monocytes, neutrophils, eosin...

    These are all types of white blood cells (WBC). The normal number of WBCs in the blood is 4,500-10,000 white blood cells per microliter. There are five types of WBCs: Neutrophils w...

  • Waiting for answer In the cell membrane/plasma membrane/phospholipid bilayer, w...

    Integral proteins act as ion channels, ion pumps and structural support; the peripheral proteins act as cell identity markers. Structure of a cell membrane : Proteins of the cell me...

  • Waiting for answer What is the longest and shortest bone in the human body? Wha...

    The longest bone is the Femur (thigh bone) and the shortest one is the Stapes (one of the 3 small bones inside the ear). Bone measurements especially the femur, vary from each indivi...

  • Waiting for answer How many sets of ribs does a human have?

    The human Thoracic Cavity is composed of 24 ribs, 12 pairs. The human Thoracic Cavity is composed of 24 ribs, 12 pairs. The first seven pairs have origins at the Thoracic Vertebra...

  • Waiting for answer What is the muscle that subdivides the ventral body cavity?

    The diaphragm is a large flat muscle at the base of the rib cage that separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities of the ventral body cavity. The is a large flat muscle at the bas...

  • Waiting for answer Which gland in the human body is considered the "master glan...

    The pituitary gland. The pituitary gland is about the size of a pea and is located at the base of the brain. Hormones produced in the pituitary often affect the function of other gl...

  • Waiting for answer What part of the brain is largest in humans?

    The cerebrum is the largest part of the brain. The cerebrum makes up 85% of the brain's weight and is the main center of thinking. In addition, it controls the voluntary muscles and...

  • Waiting for answer What is the definition of mechanical digestion?

    Mechanical digestion is the physical act of breaking down the food by non-chemical means. Mechanical digestion is the physical act of breaking down the food by non-chemical means. M...

  • Waiting for answer What are myofibrils and myofilaments?

    Myofilaments are bundled together to make a myofibril. Myofibril Myofibril is a basic rod like unit of a muscle cell. Muscles are composed of tubular cells called myocytes. These ce...

  • Waiting for answer In relation to the central nervous system, what is the meani...

    ipsilateral means of the same side and contralateral means of opposite side. in relation to CNS any organ which is ipsilateral to cns means it is on same side of cns and anything whi...

  • Waiting for answer Whats the difference between stratified sampling and quota s...

    Stratified sampling is a probability sampling method while quota sampling is a non-probability sampling method. Stratified sampling includes sub-dividing the sample into mutually exc...

  • Waiting for answer Where are the phalanges found? Where are the tarsal bones?

    Phalanges are the bones of your fingers and toes, and tarsal bones are located in your feet. Phalanges are the bones in your fingers and toes . Carpals are the bones that connect t...

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