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Q: The cells in cardiac muscle would probably have a high number of A. mRNA molecules. B. Golgi apparati. C. lysosomes. D. mitochondria.
A: The answer is B. Mitochondria.
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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.
redfireangel837|Points 92|

User: Blood clotting is made possible by plasma proteins and cell fragments known as A. red blood cells. B. plasma cells. C. platelets. D. white blood cells.

Weegy: C. platelets
danimai|Points 1504|

User: The iron-containing protein found in red blood cells is A. hemoglobin. B. white blood cells. C. platelets. D. plasma.

Weegy: A. hemoglobin.
patrick_hustla|Points 890|

User: Red blood cells have cell membranes that allow water, oxygen, carbon dioxide and glucose to pass through. All other materials are blocked from entering. This makes the membrane A. perforated. B. semi-permeable. C. non-conductive. D. permeable.

Weegy: B. semi-permeable.
danimai|Points 1504|

User: Blood cells are produced in which system? A. circulatory system B. immune system C. skeletal system D. endocrine system

Weegy: Blood cells are produced in which system? A. circulatory system
stickman|Points 6262|

User: Heart disease includes all of the following risk factors except A. high blood pressure B. high cholesterol levels C. cigarette smoking D. regular exercise

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.
vandar|Points 911|

User: The circulatory and respiratory systems interact to maintain homeostasis by A. blood plasma transporting salts, sugars, fats and dissolved proteins through the body. B. the coordination of the diaphragm and rib cage moving air into and out of the lungs. C. the collection and return of fluid from the lymphatic system that leaked from the blood vessels. D. blood cells picking up and carrying oxygen from the lungs to the body's cells.

Weegy: A. blood cells picking up and carrying oxygen from the lungs to the body's cells.
jher000|Points 8065|

User: 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.

Weegy: The first artery that oxygenated blood passes through when leaving the heart is the aorta.



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.
coolcatrina|Points 443|

User: A chronic respiratory disease where airways in the lungs become inflamed because of sensitivity to certain irritants is called A. asthma. B. bronchitis. C. pneumonia. D. tuberculosis.

Weegy: A chronic respiratory disease where airways in the lungs become inflamed because of sensitivity to certain irritants is called A. asthma.
stickman|Points 6262|

User: Where does gas exchange occur in the respiratory system? A. bronchi B. alveoli C. trachea D. epiglottis

Weegy: D. alveoli
evermore|Points 432|

User: During exhalation the diaphragm A. expands and moves up while the rib cage moves out and down. B. and the rib cage return to their normal resting positions C. contracts and moves down while the rib cage moves down and in. D. contracts and moves down while the rib cage moves out and down.

Weegy: Lung volume decreases during exhalation.



User: During exhalation the diaphragm A. expands and moves up while the rib cage moves out and down. B. and the rib cage return to their normal resting positions C. contracts and moves down while the rib cage moves down and in. D. contracts and moves down while the rib cage moves out and down.

Weegy: Lung volume decreases during exhalation.



User: Complete the word association: Artery is to arteriole as A. bronchi is to bronchioles. B. venules is to veins. C. bronchi is to trachea. D. alveoli is to lungs.

User: A respiratory disease caused from smoking is A. asthma. B. emphysema. C. bronchitis. D. tuberculosis.

Weegy: B. emphysema
wackyjacky85|Points 30|

User: If a researcher wanted to find someone's rate of respiration what would they measure? A. heart rate B. lung capacity C. body temperature D. oxygen consumption

Weegy: If a researcher wanted to find someone's rate of respiration they would measure D. oxygen consumption.
debnjerry|Points 48884|

User: Which structure branches further into alveoli? A. nasal cavity B. epiglottis C. bronchiole D. laryngopharynx

Weegy: C
Mitchell|Points 4416|

User: The respiratory system depends on the nervous system for signals to A. coordinate the muscles that control breathing. B. exchange gases with the circulatory system. C. enhance the amount of available oxygen in the lungs. D. release enzymes to increase the exchange of gases.

Weegy: The respiratory system depends on the nervous system for signals to C. coordinate the muscles that control breathing.
cjabward|Points 720|

User: The large flat muscle that moves up and down in order to bring air in and out of the lungs is called the A. trachea. B. epiglottis. C. diaphragm. D. larynx.

Weegy: Beneath the lungs is the diaphragm (dy-uh-fram), a dome-shaped muscle that works with your lungs to allow you to inhale (breathe in) and exhale (breathe out) air. The answer is C: Diaphragm.
Masha|Points 1147|

User: Disease and disorders of the respiratory system include all of the following except A. lung cancer. B. stroke. C. asthma. D. emphysema.

Weegy: Disease and disorders of the respiratory system include all of the following is B. stroke.
Matanglawin|Points 82|

User: Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs occurs between the ________ and the alveoli. A. arteries. B. capillaries. C. veins. D. bronchi.

Weegy: The answer is B. capillaries.

Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs occurs between the capillaries and the alveoli.




User: Excretion of wastes is important to maintaining homeostasis. Which three systems are involved in the excretion of wastes in humans? A. Urinary, skeletal, reproductive B. Circulatory, integumentary, muscular C. Digestive, respiratory, urinary D. Nervous, endocrine, immune

Weegy: Which three systems are involved in the excretion of wastes in humans? C. Digestive, respiratory, urinary
stickman|Points 6262|

User: A runner is three quarters of the way through a marathon. Which systems are working to maintain oxygen levels for the runner's muscles? A. integumentary, excretory, nervous, endocrine B. circulatory, excretory, nervous, endocrine C. respiratory, excretory, nervous, endocrine D. circulatory, respiratory, nervous, endocrine

Weegy: circulatory, respiratory, nervous, endocrine
queengreen2011|Points 50|

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: How does the human body maintain homeostasis?
yestfl|Points 1444|

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