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Cell is to tissue as A. organ system is to organ. B. tissue is to organ. C. cell is to organ system. D. organ system is to tissu
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B. tissue is to organ.

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Cell is to tissue as A. organ system is to organ. B. tissue is to organ. C. cell is to organ system. D. organ system is to tissu
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A group of tissues working together to perform a closely related function is called a(n) A. organ system. B. organ. C. organism. D. cell.
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A group of tissues working together to perform a closely related function is called an organ.
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If a change in the body causes more change in the same direction the system is called A. feedback inhibition. B. positive feedback. C. negative feedback. D. neutral feedback.
Weegy: B. positive feedback. User: Changes to air pressure affect the human body. These changes can happen when going into the depths of the ocean or when climbing mountain peaks. The increased pressure increases the body's A. temperature. B. amount of dissolved gases. C. amount of solid food. D. concentration of minerals. Weegy: The answer is B. amount of dissolved gases. User: To help maintain homeostasis the respiratory system depends on the nervous system for signals to A. release enzymes to increase the exchange of gases. B. enhance the amount of available oxygen in the lungs. C. exchange gases with the circulatory system. D. coordinate the muscles that control breathing. Weegy: The correct answer is C. Coordinate musles controlling breathing. User: How does the human body maintain homeostasis? A. via kidney filtration B. via feedback mechanisms C. through the uncontrolled release of hormones D. by carrying lymph to all the body's cells Weegy: Homeostasis is the body's ability to maintain a constant internal environment so that cell processes can take place at optimal conditions. This is done through B: feedback mechanisms. [ ] (More)
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Two extremely elastic folds of tissue known as vocal cords are found in the A. larynx. B. pharynx. C. trachea. D. bronchi.
Weegy: A. larynx. User: What happens during inhalation? A. The diaphragm and the rib cage return to their normal resting positions. B. The diaphragm contracts and moves down while the rib cage moves up and out. C. The diaphragm expands and moves up while the rib cage moves up and out. D. The diaphragm contracts and moves down while the rib cage moves down and in. Weegy: B. The diaphragm contracts and moves down while the rib cage moves up and out. (More)
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