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A group of similar cells that perform a specific function is a(n) A. organ system. B. organ. C. tissue. D. organism.
hi the answer is c=organ system is to organ
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User: A group of similar cells that perform a specific function is a(n) A. organ system. B. organ. C. tissue. D. organism.

Weegy: hi the answer is c=organ system is to organ
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User: Hemoglobin carries oxygen to the body's cells. Which system contains hemoglobin? A. nervous B. endocrine C. respiratory D. circulatory

Weegy: D. circulatory
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User: When working muscle cells are deprived of oxygen they produce A. alcohol. B. lactic acid. C. citric acid. D. acetone

Weegy: B. lactic acid.
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User: Muscles that cause joints to straighten are A. smooth. B. flexors. C. extensors. D. striated

Weegy: C. extensors.
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User: Connective tissue structures that attach muscles to bones are known as A. tendons. B. smooth muscle. C. skeletal muscle. D. ligaments

User: Connective tissue structures that attach muscles to bones are known as A. tendons. B. smooth muscle. C. skeletal muscle. D. ligaments

User: The energy required for muscle contraction comes from A. ATP. B. ligaments. C. oxygen. D. chlorophyll.

Weegy: A. ATP. The chemical energy in the phosphate bond of ATP is used to contract muscles.
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User: Which type of muscle is striated? A. skeletal B. smooth C. cardiac D. both (A) and (C)

Weegy: A cardiac muscle is striated, but it is also branched with one nucleus in each muscle cell.
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User: Which type of muscle is used primarily for voluntary actions? A. skeletal B. smooth C. cardiac D. both (B) and (C)

Weegy: A. skeletal muscle is used primarily for voluntary actions.
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User: Opposing pairs of muscles involved in movement are called A. tendons and ligaments. B. flexors and extensors. C. smooth and striated muscles. D. skeletal and cardiac muscles.

Weegy: B. flexors and extensors
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User: In humans red blood cells are primarily produced in the red marrow. To which body system does red marrow belong? A. integumentary system B. circulatory system C. muscular system D. skeletal system

Weegy: To which body system does red marrow belong? D. skeletal system
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User: Tough connective tissue structures that hold bones together are known as A. tendons. B. smooth muscles. C. striated muscles. D. ligaments.





Weegy: A. tendons.
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Where in the body can you find connective tissue? Check all that apply. A. connecting muscles to bone B. inside bones C. epidermis D. blood
Weegy: The types of connective tissue proper vary in the type and arrangement of the fibers included and the type of "ground substance" or matrix. The most common cell in these tissues is the fibroblast. [ (The nuclei stain easily.) The tissues included here are: 1.Areolar - beneath the skin and around blood vessels, muscles and nerves 2.Reticular - spleen, lymph nodes, liver 3.Dense (Regular) - tendons and ligaments 4.Adipose - Anywhere there is an empty space in the body fat is stored as a source of energy and may provide insulation. - The kidneys are correctly positioned and cushioned by adipose tissue. - The eye is cushioned in the orbit by adipose. - 5.Elastic - large arteries, bronchial tubes ] (More)
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In the body you find connective tissue in the connecting muscles to bones, inside bones and in the blood.

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