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Q: What is the main function of the large intestine? A. digestion of proteins B. absorption of nutrients C. breaking down complex carbohydrates D. removing water
from undigested waste
A: C. breaking down complex carbohydrates
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User: What is the main function of the large intestine? A. digestion of proteins B. absorption of nutrients C. breaking down complex carbohydrates D. removing water from undigested waste

Weegy: C. breaking down complex carbohydrates
ifm|Points 80|

User: The human body can be provided with all of the following from food except A. amino acids. B. lipids. C. hydrochloric acid. D. proteins.

Weegy: The human body can be provided with all of the following from food except hydrochloric acid.
johnjohn|Points 86|

User: To maintain homeostasis what must follow the chemical decomposition of food for energy production? A. intake of water B. muscle contractions C. nervous impulses D. removal of wastes

Weegy: To maintain homeostasis what must follow the chemical decomposition of food for energy production C. removal of wastes
jomsday|Points 415|

User: Which of these is a function of the human skeleton? A. producing insulin for the body B. bringing oxygen into the body C. removing waste from the body D. providing site for blood cell production in the body

Weegy: Providing site for blood cell production in the body is a function of the human skeleton.
johnjohn|Points 86|

User: Which of these is a function of the human skeleton? A. producing insulin for the body B. bringing oxygen into the body C. removing waste from the body D. providing site for blood cell production in the body

Weegy: Providing site for blood cell production in the body is a function of the human skeleton.
johnjohn|Points 86|

User: Which of the following is involved in mechanical digestion? Check all that apply. A. teeth B. large intestine C. stomach D. small intestine

Weegy: A. teeth...is involved in mechanical digestion
migzptz|Points 5933|

User: Which human body system is responsible for transporting nutrients to the cells? A. respiratory B. digestive C. circulatory D. integumentary

Weegy: C. circulatory
selymi|Points 8272|

User: How are the circulatory and digestive systems related? A. Blood vessels carry nutrients to body cells. B. Portions of the brain control the heart rate in the body. C. Stomach muscles are able to expand and contract. D. The pharynx is the passageway for food and air.

Weegy: A. Blood vessels carry nutrients to body cells
summerandlove|Points 220|

User: Which of the following is true about a spinal reflex? A. It is controlled by the brain. B. It is an involuntary response to a stimulus. C. It is a voluntary contraction of muscles. D. It increases blood flow to muscles.

Weegy: A. It is controlled by the brain.
stan_r|Points 652|

User: The peripheral nervous system includes A. the cranial nerves and spinal nerves. B. all nerves and associated cells that are not part of the brain and spinal cord. C. the brain and spinal cord. D. only the brain

Weegy: The peripheral nervous system includes B. all nerves and associated cells that are not part of the brain and spinal cord.
patmarone|Points 4979|

User: Divers instinctively prevent serious damage to arms and legs by pulling them in close to the body during a dive. Which two organ systems work together to accomplish this? A. digestive and circulatory systems B. muscular and digestive systems C. nervous and muscular systems D. circulatory and nervous systems

Weegy: C. nervous and muscular systems
summerandlove|Points 220|

User: Which of the following is a function of the nervous system? A. increasing cellular respiration in muscle tissues B. producing lactic acid in fatigued muscle tissues C. signaling muscle tissues to contract D. releasing ATP into contacting muscle tissues

Weegy: B) signaling muscle tissues to contract
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa|Points 3996|

User: This cell is representative of the ________ system. A. endocrine B. skeletal C. nervous D. muscular

User: The place where a neuron transfers an impulse to another cell or neuron is the A. synapse. B. dendrite. C. myelin sheath. D. receptor

Weegy: B. synapse. The place where a neuron transfers an impulse to another cell or neuron is the synapse.
migzptz|Points 5933|

User: The myelin sheath on a neuron allows nerve impulses to be faster because A. neurotransmitter molecules are released in greater amounts. B. the myelin sheath covers the entire axon. C. nerve impulses jump from node to node as they move down the axon. D. the threshold is met much faster.

Weegy: B. the myelin sheath covers the entire axon.
andrewpallarca|Points 11515|

User: The basic structural unit of the nervous system is the A. axon. B. neuron. C. red blood cell. D. white blood cell

User: The basic structural unit of the nervous system is the A. axon. B. neuron. C. red blood cell. D. white blood cell

User: The central nervous system includes A. the brain, spinal cord and cranial nerves. B. only the brain. C. the brain and the spinal cord. D. the brain, spinal cord, cranial nerves and spinal nerves

Weegy: 1. The central nervous system includes- -C. the brain and the spinal cord 2.Cranial and spinal nerves are part of the - -D. peripheral NERVOUS SYSTEM
BRAINSTORM|Points 3046|

User: Which structure in the neuron transmits information to another neuron? A. cell body B. dendrite C. axon D. terminal branches

Weegy: A. cell body - dendrite - terminal branches - axon is the path of a nerve impulse through a neuron.
sujaysen|Points 2022|

User: Which structure in the neuron transmits information to another neuron? A. cell body B. dendrite C. axon D. terminal branches

Weegy: A. cell body - dendrite - terminal branches - axon is the path of a nerve impulse through a neuron.
sujaysen|Points 2022|

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