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Blood that leaves the heart for the body passes through a large blood vessel called the A. pulmonary vein. B. pulmonary artery. C. aorta. D. vena cava. User: A blood vessel with a thick layer of smooth muscle and elastic fibers is A. a vein. B. an artery. C. a capillary. D. the vena cava.
Weegy: B. an artery While both arteries and veins have smooth muscle and elastic fibers, arteries have thicker layers. Another difference is that veins have valves while arteries don't. User: How are the circulatory and digestive systems related? A. The pharynx is the passageway for food and air. B. Blood vessels carry nutrients to body cells. C. Portions of the brain control the heart rate in the body. D. Stomach muscles are able to expand and contract. Weegy: A. Blood vessels carry nutrients to body cells User: High blood pressure can cause all of the following except A. kidney failure B. heart damage C. skeletal muscle damage D. heart attack User: The circulatory, or cardiovascular system, is composed of A. the lungs, heart and brain. B. the lungs, blood vessels and heart. C. the heart, blood and blood vessels. D. the heart, arteries and veins. Weegy: C. the heart, blood and blood vessels. The blood, heart, and blood vessels form the cardiovascular system. User: Complete the word association: Small intestine is to nutrient absorption as blood is to nutrient A. translation. B. regulation. C. distribution. D. elimination. Weegy: D. distribution User: Which cells protect the body by engulfing invaders or producing antibodies? A. red blood cells B. plasma cells C. platelets D. white blood cells Weegy: These are white blood cells. User: The cells in cardiac muscle would probably have a high number of A. mRNA molecules. B. Golgi apparati. C. lysosomes. D. mitochondria. Weegy: The answer is B. Mitochondria. User: When arteries become clogged which of the following may result? A. Blood pressure will increase. B. Oxygen supply to the tissues increases. C. Cholesterol blood levels increase. D. All of the above. Weegy: D. All of the above. User: Capillaries belong to which body system? A. skeletal B. nervous C. digestive D. circulatory Weegy: Capillaries belong to which body system? D. ... (More)
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High blood pressure can cause all of the following except: Skeletal muscle damage.

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Muscles that cause joints to bend are A. smooth. B. flexors. C. extensors. D. striated.
Weegy: C. extensors. User: In early development bone tissue is made mostly of A. red marrow. B. spongy marrow. C. periosteum. D. cartilage. Weegy: The answer is D. cartilage. User: Which type of muscle is striated? A. skeletal B. smooth C. cardiac D. both (A) and (C) (More)
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Both (A) and (C) is the answer. Striated muscle can be sub-categorized into cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle.
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Muscles that cause joints to bend are FLEXORS.
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