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Which of the following best states the purpose of villi? A. Speed up the elimination of wastes B. Speed up the loss of water from the body C. Increase surface area for purposes of
absorption D. Increase the synthesis of enzymes
C. Increase surface area for purposes of absorption. This best states the purpose of villi.
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