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

    lymphatic system is also active in circulation in those parts where blood is not present such as epithelial part of our skin. The lymphatic system is responsible for the removal of...

  • Waiting for answer Is codeine classified as a Stimulant, Depressant, Hallucinog...

    Narcotic The opioid drugs are classified as narcotics. These drugs are usually used as analgesics. Codeine in small dose also relieves cough. Here are some examples of narcotics :

  • Waiting for answer What exactly is HBsAg and HBsAb? What exactly is the differe...

    Ag is the antigen and Ab is the antibody. First it is important to know the difference between and antibody (Ab) and an antigen (Ag): Antibody = protein produced by the immune syst...

  • Waiting for answer What does it mean to have type "O positive" blood type? is t...

    It means you have no surface antigens, A and B antibodies, and are positive for the Rh Factor. Type O blood has no surface antigens and has both A and B antibodies. The positive part...

  • Waiting for answer Is the digestive system the same as the gastrointestinal sys...

    No. The gastrointestinal system is a part of . ##color(green)(GASTROINTESTINAL####color(white)(x## ##color(green)(SYSTEM##: The Gastrointestinal system includes all structures from...

  • Waiting for answer What body system is the pancreas a part of?

    and . Pancreas is a gland. It has both exocrine and endocrine part. The exocrine part of pancreas is the part of Digestive system. Because it produces various digestive enzymes. Thi...

  • Waiting for answer What is the Solomon Asch conformity experiment?

    Read below: He calls in a group for an experiment, but in reality there's only one subject in the group - everyone else knows what is going on, and is part of it. The group is show...

  • Waiting for answer What does the prefix "epi" mean?

    The prefix epi- means upon, on or above. The prefix epi- means upon, on or above. Tissue layers that begin with the prefix epi- are usually form the outer boundary. The epidermi...

  • Waiting for answer What are 4 secondary sex characteristics of females?

    Growth of body hair, rounding of the face, widening of hips, and a change in the distribution of weight and fat are some secondary sex characteristics of females. To see some other s...

  • Waiting for answer In what two body systems are the ovaries located?

    Ovaries are part of both the female and the .

  • Waiting for answer Is cocaine classified as a Stimulant, Depressant, Hallucinog...

    Cocaine, also known as benzoylmethylecgonine or coke, is a strong stimulant mostly used as a recreational drug. Pomara, C; Cassano, T; D'Errico, S; Bello, S; Romano, AD; Riezzo, I; S...

  • Waiting for answer Why is it necessary for the respiratory and circulatory syst...

    The respiratory and circulatory systems must work together to provide oxygen to the cells. In the cells a process called cellular respiration takes place. Cellular respiration uses...

  • Waiting for answer What is the differences between nicotinic and muscarinic rec...

    Here's what I've got. Nicotinic and Muscarinic receptors are both Acetylcholine (ACh) receptors. The same neurotransmitter binds to them, yet their mechanism of action (MOA) differs...

  • Waiting for answer Where is the bulbourethral gland located and what is its fun...

    this gland secretes substance that cleans out the urethra of urea and uric acids from urine remnants, in order for semen passage to take place safely in a clean environment

  • Waiting for answer How do the functions of red blood cells and white blood cell...

    See below The function of the red blood cells is to carry and distribute the oxygen throughout the body. The white blood cells are more of a defense for your body to fight of foreign...

  • Waiting for answer Is only the top layer of skin cells alive?

    Top most layer of skin is actually dead and keratinised. The skin has three histologically different layers: outermost , middle dermis and innermost . The epidermis is stratified...

  • Waiting for answer What is the function of the hilus? Is the word "hilum" the p...

    "Hilus" is the older form for the word "hilum." The proper plural of "hilum" is "hila." A hilum is an opening in an organ where blood vessels, nerves, and other ducts enter and leave. They allow for transportation of materials throughout the body.

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

    Saliva and Gastric Juice. First, saliva which contain salivary amylase (an enzyme) produced by salivary glands. Second, Gastric juice is an example of chemical produced by our stoma...

  • Waiting for answer What are the types of amnesia?

    Retrograde amnesia means you do not remember what happened to you before you got brain lesion (damage). Anterograde amnesia happens when you can no longer form new memories (For example due to thyamine deficiency leading to Korkasoff Syndrome)

  • Waiting for answer What advantage is it that the human body temperature 37 degr...

    It is the optimum temperature for the enzymes in our body. Many of the processes in the human body rely on enzymes; proteins that catalyse biological reactions . As enzymes are pr...

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