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Alpha cells Delta cells Beta cells Gamma cells UNIT 5 — MILESTONE 5 SCORE 24/26
Pepsins are the digestive enzymes that enable the stomach to break down proteins. The stomach receives chyme from the esophagus, which it turns into bolus before passing it on to the small intestine. The stomach processes nutrients, absorbs water and removes any toxins created during chemical digestion. Amylase is the pasty substance that's created when stomach enzymes and food mix together.
Amnion Umbilical cord Yolk sac Chorion distal convoluted tubule loop of Henle proximal convoluted tubule glomerulus
Between the pharynx and the mouth Throughout the small intestine Between two parts of the digestive tract On the outside of the digestive tract
Stem cells Leydig cells Sertoli cells Schwann cells
Signs of aging may include changes in your skin, height, muscle mass, bones and organ function. As a woman ages, she enters andropause and can no longer reproduce. The way in which you age is completely dictated by your lifestyle. All of these statements are correct.
They are lipids that bind to receptors on the plasma membrane. They are lipids that enter the cell and bind to receptors on the nucleus. They are proteins that enter the cell and bind to receptors on the nucleus. They are proteins that bind to receptors on the plasma membrane.
They are found on the microvilli and have villi on them. They are found on the villi and have microvilli on them. They are a part of the lumen that removes harmful substances. They are composed of villi, which are themselves composed of microvilli.
Adrenal medulla Adrenal cortex Adrenal body Adrenal dermis
It was underdeveloped. It was implanted too firmly in the uterus. It was spontaneously expelled from the uterus. It was overdeveloped.
ADH is released, the kidneys conserve water, urine becomes concentrated ADH is released, less water is reabsorbed, the urine becomes more concentrated ADH is released, less water is reabsorbed, the urine becomes more diluted ADH is released, the kidneys conserve water, the urine becomes more diluted
Growth hormone Estrogen Thyroid stimulating hormone Prolactin
Gallbladder Pancreas All three Liver
Rectum All parts of the large intestine Appendix Colon
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