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

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

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
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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

User: In the human body which system functions in detecting and responding to stimuli? A. endocrine B. circulatory C. muscular D. nervous

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The nervous system in the human body has the primary role of detecting and responding to stimuli.

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Muscle tissue is made of cells that contract and relax.


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The basic unit of all forms of life is a cell.


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The excretory system consists of kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder.
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You can find connective tissue in connecting muscles to bone, inside bones, and blood.
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