The study of tissues is select one a cytology b

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10.The study of tissues is Select one: a. cytology. b. histology. c. molecular biology. d. microbiology. e. surface anatomy.
11.The sural region is the
12.Here is a figure showing major trunk cavities and other structures. What does "D" represent?
13.A term that means "toward the attached end of a limb" is
14.An increase in the number of cells is Select one: a. reproduction. b. growth. c. differentiation.
d. metabolism. e. organization.
15.Imagine the following scenario: Platelets adhere to a damaged blood vessel → Platelets secrete various substances → Platelets adhere to a damaged blood vesselThis is an example of _____ feedback.
16.Which of the following describes the position of the nose?
17.Which of the following systems carries necessary compounds like oxygen and nutrients throughout the body?
18.The antecubital region is theSelect one: a. area in front of the elbow.
b. chest area. c. lower back. d. bottom of foot. e. forearm.
19.The axillary region is the
20.The changes an organism undergoes through time is called

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