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Which of the following is an example of epithelial tissue? A. bone B. skin C. fat D. muscle
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User: Which of the following is an example of epithelial tissue? A. bone B. skin C. fat D. muscle

Weegy: B. skin
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User: Cells that relay information gained from the environment to the brain are called A. fibroblasts. B. macrophages. C. chondrocytes. D. neurons.

Weegy: B. neurons.
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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: In the human body which system functions in detecting and responding to stimuli? A. endocrine B. circulatory C. muscular D. nervous

Weegy: D. nervous The nervous system in the human body has the primary role of detecting and responding to stimuli.
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User: Which organ system is responsible for transporting oxygen throughout the human body? A. digestive system B. respiratory system C. circulatory system D. excretory system

Weegy: C. circulatory system
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