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A respiratory disease caused from smoking is A. asthma. B. emphysema. C. bronchitis. D. tuberculosis.
A respiratory disease caused from smoking is emphysema.
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Hair and nails are derived from cells of the A. skin. B. bone. C. blood. D. fat tissue.
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Hair and nails are derived from cells of the: SKIN.
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Muscles that cause joints to bend are Flexors.

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All of the following are important roles of the skeletal system except A. organ protection B. movement C. storing minerals D. regulating body temperature
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