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Select all that apply. The body is supplied with oxygen by the _____. A.respiratory system B.circulatory system C.endocrine system D.excretory system E.digestive system
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The body is supplied with oxygen by the respiratory system and the circulatory system.
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The kidneys _____. A.reabsorb nutrients for the blood B.ensure the body is hydrated C.oxygenate the blood
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If the sympathetic nervous system increases the production of saliva, the parasympathetic system _____. A. increases it more B. decreases it C.increases peristalsis D. monitors it
Weegy: A. increases it more User: The _____ gland regulates the rate of body metabolism. A. thyroid B.hypothalamus C.parathyroid D.pancreas (More)
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The thyroid gland regulates the rate of body metabolism. The answer is A.
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The autonomic nervous system is typically divided into two main subsystems, the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system. These tend to balance each other, offering opposite and yet complementary effects reflective of the philosophy of Yin and Yang. The sympathetic nervous system deals with the response to stress and danger, releasing epinephrines (adrenaline), and in general increasing activity and metabolic rate. The parasympathetic nervous system counters this, and is central during rest, sleeping, and digesting food and, in general, lowers metabolic rate, slows activity, and restores blood pressure and resting heartbeat, and so forth (Chamberlain and Narins 2005). Just as Yin and Yang are opposing, yet complementary and interdependent forces, the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems complement each other and are both necessary to create overall harmony and balance in the living organism.

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Baby Jaiden started imitating the way her mom's mouth moved as she talked and smiled at her. This is an example of _____. A.social learning B.insightful learning C.latent learning D.playing
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The symbiotic relationship in which one organism attaches itself to another for transportation is called _____. A.mutualism B.phoresy C.parasitism D.transferism
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The symbiotic relationship in which one organism attaches itself to another for transportation is called phoresy.
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