Tissue is relaxed or stretched protects and allows

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tissue is relaxed or stretched -protects and allows considerable stretchingEx: urinary bladder, womb , urethra Cartilage (elastic) of larynx epiglottis: flap of cartilage that natural covering laryngeal inlet during swallowing thyroid cartilage: anterior shell shape with midline laryngeal prominence (adam's apple) Arytenoid cartilage , Cuneiform, Corniculate gristle : paired, small internal cartilages Cellular telephone body
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contains typical organelles such as: nucleus , nucleolus, mitochondria, and free ribosomes and rough ER The blind spotlight of the eye is where the eye cheek leaves the eye. Fetal circulation /---- Lateral plate mesoderm Cardiovascular system, lining of body bodily cavity , dermis of ventral skin Hb quaternion -6 million Erythrocyte /mm3 280 million moelles of hemoglobin/RBC Red-pigmented protein with 4 heme groups Each heme has a Fe2+ that weakly binds to O2 each Hb can transportation four O2 molecules Dural septa and dural sinuses in Dura mater -Dural septa: limit wit social movement -Dural sinuses: drain roue from brain to internal jugular vena to heart Dublicate23971 Anaphase Photoreceptors respond to particular wavelength spinal anaesthesia nerves exiting the spinal corduroy from the level of L4-S4 form he NOT: lumbar plexus Microtubules Larger, conveyor belt movement in electric cell ; gives shape to cell Atrioventricularvalves chordae tendineae connect ends of atrioventricular valves to papillary muscles when heart ventricle contract, papillary muscles contract to prevent Ab valves from prolapsing into atria from back pressure sensation The component of a neuron that normally receives stimuli is called
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