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Systole is the ________ phase of the cardiac cycle. A. Contraction B. Relaxation C. Monitoring D. Termination
A. Contraction. Systole is the contraction phase of the cardiac cycle.
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jake09, the question was already answered by the auto answer courtesy of migzptz. There's no need to add the same answer.
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andrewpallarca I am sorry I didnt notice I have been just answering for a while at anything. Will now happen from now on.
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jake09, it's okay. Just go to archives and choose a specific category and you will find more questions to be answered.
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