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    describes a position below or lower than another part of the body proper; near or toward the tail (in humans, the coccyx, or lowest part of the spinal column); also referred to as inferior

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The diagram of the human body
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what is agriculture?
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Is a branch of sciences that deal with the study of plant and it species
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what's the functional unit of the kideny
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urinary tubule
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functions of physiologist
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pathophysiology of pneumonia
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what is anatomy
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The study of the body parts
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Study of structure of living things eg humans
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how many bones do the human being has
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An adult has 206 bones.
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study of the function of the body parts
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physiology
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definition of community case of desase ?in malaria,thyphus, cholera,
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Yes In children is 270 But adult is 206
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physiology is the study of functions of body structures
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describe the distinctive functional types of lymphocytes
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what's anatomy
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it is the scientific study of human body structures.
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It is the study of human structure
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is the study of human structure
ayodele
Can someone identify to me the types of sciatic nerves
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What's ovulation ?
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Ovulation is the release of eggs from the ovaries. In women, this event occurs when the ovarian follicles rupture and release the secondary oocyte ovarian cells.
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Ovulation is the release of eggs from ovaries
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how long vagina is
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approximately 10 cm
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Muscle is a connective tissue
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sure?
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you're right intramuscular connective tissue formed by the 3 layers of the muscle
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what muscles
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what is anatomy
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is the study of body parts
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Anatomy is a science that deals with the study of human parts and animals.
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Anatomy is the study of the branch of biology concerned with the structure of the organisms and their parts
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what is a kidney
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The kidney is an organ whose function is primarily for excretion of extra fluids as wastes.
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Yeah your collect
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and ions e.g potassium, sodium, phosphates etc
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yes nasriya
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what is physiology
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i think its the study of all of the processes in a living thing and how they relate to eachother.
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hi friends what is heart
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heart is hollow muscular organ responsible bumping of blood our body
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what is muscle and the type
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muscles is acontractile tissue found in animals
Caisho
types of muscle are three smooth muscle cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle
Caisho
what is the difference between microscopic and macroscopic
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Microscopic mean the use of microscope during investigation of sample & macroscopic means observing by using eyes (physically)
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