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8 / 58  Which of these ingredients in saliva is responsible for activating salivary amylase?
A  mucus
B  phosphate ions
C  chloride ions
D  urea

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the study of the human body structure and how the parts are organised.
Charles Reply
Anatomy
Favour
Sokiri awe be serious... you guys
Josefs
Structure of human body?
Esther Reply
levels of organization of the human body
Deesh Reply
how do we calculate for GFR, what formula is used and some examples py
ATIM
the smallest cell in body
what is the function of stomach?
Bilal
the sperm is smallest cell in body
asma
anatomical description of human heart
Luceno Reply
what is human heart in anatomical perspective?
Luceno
Heart is a hollow muscular organ situated in the between the lungs in a space called mediastinum
Rukayya
Ooooh thanks l didn't know
Esther
How many cells are there in the body?
Esther
different between primary and secondary healing
Gilbert Reply
hello ,I'm new here I'm I welcome?
Nadesh Reply
what are the components of e cell
Nadesh
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purple
hello, am new here hope am welcome
Jessica
Yesssss please feel welcomed friends 🙏
jeniffer
every one.. welcome
Hussein
i downloaded last week and vow to use it.
Mikal
so, hello A&P family.
Mikal
Ur welcom
Muhasa
Am also new... I hope am fully welcome
Esther
Okay welcome
Toila
I am new as well guys
SURENDRA
hello guy
amj
hi
Payal
hi
that's a good response from everyone
SURENDRA
hi Hussein
I want ask questions
is that mycoplasma cell smaller than sperm cell .,hussein
types of cell divisions
Gladys Reply
meiosis n mitosis
shanique
Amitosis: cell division without replication of dna or disappearance of nuclear membrane. Mitosis: Process whereby a parent cell divides to form 2 or more genetically identical daughter cells. (occurs in most body cells except neurons)
Favour
Meiosis: Process whereby a parent cell divides to form 4 or more genetically unidentical daughter cells each being haploid ( having half the original number of dna as the parent cell)
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Types of living things
Evah Reply
search up "taxonomy"
Favour
there are many kingdoms: animal, plants, fungi, and more
Favour
a better question would be "What are the various classifications of living organisms?"
Favour
learn to ask questions that aren't too vague
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what is the largest bone of human?
Aicon Reply
thats a google question
Favour
search "largest bone in skeletal system"
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femour
mnayeem
The skull
William
femur in thighs
Muhammad
femur
Akec
femur
Ceyni
femur
Ceyni
femur
odero
fumar
Sundus
Femure
John
femur
AbdFatai
femur
cc
fumer
selam
tigh bone (femur)
Samuel
femur
Godfrey
femur
Par
Femur
luanne
the diagram of cell membrane
Teboh Reply
***bit.ly/3kfrdfV Link to cell membrane diagram and more info... Remember, you can search the A&P book.
Favour
describe diffusion as used in body fluid movement
brenda Reply
how was the movement?
Jenelyn
classify joint function with example
James Reply
go to Google or YouTube bro
Prabin
James, the internet is your friend... use him well.
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Structural Classification: Fibrous Joints (Joined by fibrous tissue) Cartilaginous Joints (Joined by Cartilage) Synovial Joints (Joined and surrounded by a joint cavity) Functional Classification: Synarthroses (Immovable) Diarthroses (Freely Movable) Amphiarthroses (Guess what this means...)
Favour
cytoskeleton diagram
Miriam Reply
two types of cells biological name
Miriam
eukaryotic and prokaryotic
Emraan
Difference between extracellular and intracellular
Eli Reply
extra (exit) outside the cell, intra inside the cell
Amy
extracellular is 1/3 of total body water...intracellular 2/3 of total body water
Favour
what is culture?
Nepi
is the way of life of people
Senior
He meant in the context of biology...as in "tissue culture".
Favour
what does depolarization mean...in terms of the cardiovascular system?
Tracy
depolarization means contraction
Abhishek
Depolarization, in the context of nerve and muscle tissue, is the decrease in membrane potential (the separation of charge between the extracellular and intracellular compartments). Basically, the charge in the cell becomes more positive when depolarization occurs.
Favour
In fact, the word 'polarize' used to mean dividing into extremes or opposite sides. The opposite is true for 'depolarize'
Favour
intracellular fluid is the fluid compartment of the body consisting of all water present within the cell...while extracellular fluid is water present out of the cell
brenda
Why apoptosis is important?
Duchess Reply
so that the body can be reorganised or reoriented by losing the older segment and formation of new segment
Prabin

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