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Which endocrine gland is part of both the nervous and the endocrine systems?

Answer: Hypothalamus is the link between both the nervous and the endocrine systems. Hypothalamus: It is a small region of the brain which is located at the base of the brain, near to pituitary gland. While it’s very small, it has three regions: Anterior region, Middle region, Posterior region. Each …

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The autonomic nervous system is divided into the ________ and __________ divisions.

All of these people are mathematicians, astronomers, musicians, and scientists in their own ways. They have made great contributions as to the location of the Earth within the Solar System and how the Earth revolves in such manner that it experiences night and day. These are their major contributions: Ptolemy …

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Which of the primary tissue types detects and responds to changes in the environment in order to maintain homeostasis? A) dense irregular B) connective C) epithelial D) muscular E) nervous

Which of the primary tissue types detects and responds to changes in the environment in order to maintain homeostasis? A) dense irregular B) connective C) epithelial D) muscular E) nervous

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PLZZ HELP FASSSSST 1. Which of the following eyects would you expect if red blood cells were shaped like neurons? (1 point) They would not be able to move as easily through capillaries. They would more easily carry out gas exchange in the alveoli. They would not need to be transported through the body. They would become more eyective at picking up urea discarded by body cells. 2. Which of the following is not a function of the skeletal system? (1 point) supports the body works with other body systems to allow movement manufactures new blood cells sends signals to the brain 3. Which of the following body systems are involved in the first line of defense of the immune system against infection? (1 point) integumentary, digestive, respiratory nervous, circulatory, skeletal muscular, endocrine, urinary urinary, skeletal, integumentary 4. Which of the following sets of structures would be involved in ridding the body of unwanted urea? (1 point) sensory neuron, interneuron, spinal cord alveoli, atrium, cilia capillary, nephron, ureter brain, esophagus, small intestine 5. An infectious disease is a disease that (1 point) is caught because the weather turns cold. is caused by pathogens. can be spread only by bacteria. cannot be cured. 6. Which of the following statements is true regarding infectious agents? (1 point) Infectious agents are all too small to be seen without a microscope, and none can be classified as living. All infectious agents are living because they are all classified as microorganisms. Of all the infectious agents, only viruses are considered living because they actively inject their DNA or RNA into host cells. Viruses cannot be treated with antibiotics because they are not living organisms. 7. Which discovery in the 1800s led to the development of germ theory? (1 point) Vaccines could prevent a disease. Antibiotics exist that can be given to counteract an infection. Infection rates decline when health care professionals wash their hands in between seeing patients. Some diseases, such as cancer, are caused by chemical factors. 8. Follow a carbon atom in a piece of bread eaten by a boy. Which of the following describes a path that this atom could take? (1 point) mouth esophagus stomach large intestine blood body cell mouth esophagus stomach small intestine blood body cell mouth large intestine esophagus stomach blood body cell mouth esophagus small intestine stomach blood body cell 9. Which of the following sets of structures is innervated by the somatic nervous system? (1 point) esophagus, stomach, small intestine atrium, ventricle, arteries biceps, triceps, quadriceps diaphragm, bladder, large intestine 10. Which of the following cell types would you expect to increase in number azer a person becomes infected with a pathogen? (1 point) sensory neurons white blood cells epidermal cells red blood cells

There are four variables which govern changes in population size. births deaths immigration emigration A population gains individuals by birth and immigration and loses individuals by death and emigration. Biotic Potential Populations vary in their capacity to grow. The maximum rate at which a population can increase when resources are …

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How are the nervous systems of a flatworm and a fish different?

A flatworm has a simple nervous system with two nerve cords running down both of its sides. It also has two simple brains, and two eyespots that help sense light. While a fish’s nervous system is comprised of a central brain and a spinal cord along with many branching nerves, …

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