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Q: Cells that relay information gained from the environment to the brain are called A. fibroblasts. B. macrophages. C. chondrocytes. D. neurons.
A: B. neurons. Cells that relay information gained from the environment to the brain are called neurons.
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User: Cells that relay information gained from the environment to the brain are called A. fibroblasts. B. macrophages. C. chondrocytes. D. neurons.

Weegy: B. neurons. Cells that relay information gained from the environment to the brain are called neurons.
migzptz|Points 6106|

User: Cells that relay information gained from the environment to the brain are called A. fibroblasts. B. neurons C. chondrocytes. D. macrophages

Weegy: B. neurons. Cells that relay information gained from the environment to the brain are called neurons.
migzptz|Points 6106|

User: Which of the following is an example of epithelial tissue? A. bone B. skin C. fat D. muscle

Weegy: B. skin
selymi|Points 8442|

User: Cells such as nerve and muscle cells contain more mitochondria than other cells. Why? A. Nerve and muscle cells use more energy. B. Nerve and muscle cells store more nutrients. C. Nerve and muscle cells degrade more proteins. D. Nerve and muscle cells divide more frequently.

User: Cells such as nerve and muscle cells contain more mitochondria than other cells. Why? A. Nerve and muscle cells use more energy. B. Nerve and muscle cells store more nutrients. C. Nerve and muscle cells degrade more proteins. D. Nerve and muscle cells divide more frequently.

User: Which of the following tissue types is made of cells that can expand to cross the entire human body? A. nervous tissue B. epithelial tissue C. muscle tissue D. connective tissue

Weegy: a
selymi|Points 8442|

User: Which type of tissue is made of cells that contract and relax? A. nervous tissue B. epithelial tissue C. muscle tissue D. connective tissue

Weegy: C. muscle tissue
xclabo|Points 0|

User: Which type of tissue covers the body, lines internal surfaces and forms glands? A. nervous tissue B. connective tissue C. muscle tissue D. epithelial tissue

Weegy: D. epithelial tissue
danimai|Points 1453|

User: Where in the body can you find connective tissue? Check all that apply. A. connecting muscles to bone B. inside bones C. epidermis D. blood

Weegy: The types of connective tissue proper vary in the type and arrangement of the fibers included and the type of "ground substance" or matrix. The most common cell in these tissues is the fibroblast. [ (The nuclei stain easily.) The tissues included here are: 1.Areolar - beneath the skin and around blood vessels, muscles and nerves 2.Reticular - spleen, lymph nodes, liver 3.Dense (Regular) - tendons and ligaments 4.Adipose - Anywhere there is an empty space in the body fat is stored as a source of energy and may provide insulation. - The kidneys are correctly positioned and cushioned by adipose tissue. - The eye is cushioned in the orbit by adipose. - 5.Elastic - large arteries, bronchial tubes ]
ladygray|Points 330|

User: Where in the body can you find connective tissue? Check all that apply. A. connecting muscles to bone B. inside bones C. epidermis D. blood

Weegy: The types of connective tissue proper vary in the type and arrangement of the fibers included and the type of "ground substance" or matrix. The most common cell in these tissues is the fibroblast. [ (The nuclei stain easily.) The tissues included here are: 1.Areolar - beneath the skin and around blood vessels, muscles and nerves 2.Reticular - spleen, lymph nodes, liver 3.Dense (Regular) - tendons and ligaments 4.Adipose - Anywhere there is an empty space in the body fat is stored as a source of energy and may provide insulation. - The kidneys are correctly positioned and cushioned by adipose tissue. - The eye is cushioned in the orbit by adipose. - 5.Elastic - large arteries, bronchial tubes ]
ladygray|Points 330|

User: Which of the following is identical in a single organism for each cell type shown above? A. amount of ATP B. function of the cells C. size of the cells D. genes in DNA

Weegy: sorry but the choices does not appear in my screen.. thank you
BRAINSTORM|Points 3057|

User: Which of the following is identical in a single organism for each cell type shown above? A. amount of ATP B. function of the cells C. size of the cells D. genes in DNA

Weegy: sorry but the choices does not appear in my screen.. thank you
BRAINSTORM|Points 3057|

User: Which of the following is identical in a single organism for each cell type shown above? A. amount of ATP B. function of the cells C. size of the cells D. genes in DNA

Weegy: sorry but the choices does not appear in my screen.. thank you
BRAINSTORM|Points 3057|

User: Which of the following is identical in a single organism for each cell type shown above? A. amount of ATP B. function of the cells C. size of the cells D. genes in DNA

Weegy: sorry but the choices does not appear in my screen.. thank you
BRAINSTORM|Points 3057|

User: The basic unit of all forms of life is a(n) A. organ system. B. organ. C. tissue. D. cell.

Weegy: hi the answer is c=organ system is to organ
cartina|Points 303|

User: what is the basic unit for all forms of life?

User: The excretory system consists of which of the following organs? A. stomach, liver, pancreas B. lungs, nose, trachea C. kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder D. brain, spinal cord, sense organs

Weegy: C. kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder
sipichapie|Points 4511|

User: Where in the body can you find connective tissue? Check all that apply. A. connecting muscles to bone B. inside bones C. epidermis D. blood

Weegy: The types of connective tissue proper vary in the type and arrangement of the fibers included and the type of "ground substance" or matrix. The most common cell in these tissues is the fibroblast. [ (The nuclei stain easily.) The tissues included here are: 1.Areolar - beneath the skin and around blood vessels, muscles and nerves 2.Reticular - spleen, lymph nodes, liver 3.Dense (Regular) - tendons and ligaments 4.Adipose - Anywhere there is an empty space in the body fat is stored as a source of energy and may provide insulation. - The kidneys are correctly positioned and cushioned by adipose tissue. - The eye is cushioned in the orbit by adipose. - 5.Elastic - large arteries, bronchial tubes ]
ladygray|Points 330|

User: Which of the following is identical in a single organism for each cell type shown above? A. amount of ATP B. function of the cells C. size of the cells D. genes in DNA

Weegy: sorry but the choices does not appear in my screen.. thank you
BRAINSTORM|Points 3057|

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