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  • Waiting for answer What response is adrenaline responsible for?

    The fight-or-flight response. Adrenaline, also called epinephrine, is a hormone that triggers the body's so called fight-or-flight response . It is produced when a situation requires...

  • Waiting for answer What is declarative memory?

    Declarative memory is sometimes called the explicit memory. The declarative memory refers to your memories that can be recalled consciously. Examples are: world facts, phone numbers...

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between the coronary and the pulmonar...

    Coronary arteries supply the cardiac muscle while the pulmonary artery carries deoxygenated blood from right ventricle of the heart to the lungs. The heart function is to pump blood...

  • Waiting for answer How do the lungs function in the circulatory system?

    I think you want to know lung's role w.r.t. . In veretebrates, blood circulation around lungs is important for unloading and loading of respiratory gases. Blood carries respiratory...

  • Waiting for answer What are 3 main functions of the muscular system?

    Causing Movement Maintaining Posture Generating Warmth http://www.livestrong.com/article/333803-what-are-the-three-main-functions-of-the-muscular-system/

  • Waiting for answer How does tuberculosis affect the lungs? How is tuberculosis...

    ##color(purple)(TB##(short for Tuberculosis) makes breathing difficult due to damage to the lungs. It is spread through the air via coughing, sneezing etc. Tuberculosis is caused by...

  • Waiting for answer What kind of tissue is arrector pili muscle?

    The arrector pili consists of smooth muscle tissue. It consists of narrow diamond-shaped cells with a single, centrally located nucleus. Each cell must be separately stimulated by n...

  • Waiting for answer What is the biggest muscle in the human body?

    The gluteus muscle is the largest muscle in the human body. It consists of gluteus maximus and gluteus minimus. it is called asbuttockmuscles.

  • Waiting for answer What is the meaning of hepatic flexure?

    It's the other name for right colic flexure! Since the right colic flexure is related to the (inferior border of) liver, it is also called 'hepatic' flexure.

  • Waiting for answer What does low protein in blood mean?

    Hypoalbuminemia is a medical condition in which albumin level is abnormally low. Protein in plasma is made up of albumin and globulin. Albumin is a major protein in the human body. M...

  • Waiting for answer What is a true rib, a false rib, and a floating rib? Why are...

    True Ribs attach directly to the sternum. False ribs attach through costal cartilage. Floating ribs have no attachment to the sternum. http://image.slidesharecdn.com/ The first s...

  • Waiting for answer What is the "keystone" bone of facial bones?

    The maxilla is the keystone of facial bones. It is the keystone because it anchors all facial bones except the mandible. It consists of two bones (maxillae ) fused together at th...

  • Waiting for answer What are the three main functions of integumentary system?

    It protects our body, it keeps microbes and other harmful materials out in the body, it also keeps body fluids in and helps control body temperature. composes of skin, hair, fin...

  • Waiting for answer How do neurons communicate with other cells?

    Neurons are similar to other cells in many ways. However, unlike regular cells, neurons have long extensions known as dendrites and axons, that enable communication through an electro-chemical process that can send nerve impulses....

  • Waiting for answer What are cells that help protect the body from disease calle...

    White Blood cells. Your second question feels a bit vague.If you just mean what you said,then its the atria.If you mean deoxygenated blood from the body ,its the right atrium.

  • Waiting for answer What are the 22 skull bones?

    There are 8 cranial bones and 14 facial bones. Generally hyoid bone is included as a skull bone. 22 skull bones are as following- 8 cranial bones are: Frontal Parietal Temporal (p...

  • Waiting for answer What is the sphincter of Oddi? What is the ileocecal sphinct...

    Both the sphincters are associated with gastrointestinal tract. Sphincter is a strong band of circular muscles to close an opening or a passage. Sphincter of Oddi is located at the e...

  • Waiting for answer What is the function of ependymal cells?

    Ependymal cells are the cells that form the epithelial lining of the ventricles in the brain and the central canal of the spinal cord. The functions of the ependymal cells is as foll...

  • Waiting for answer What is a myogenic heart? How is this different from a neuro...

    A myogenic heart contracts by itself without any external stimulus, while a neurogenic heart contracts after receiving an external stimulus in the form of a nerve impulse. ##color(...

  • Waiting for answer How many vertebrae do humans have?

    The number of vertebrae in humans is 33

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