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Which one of the following choices best describes a cell? A. A specialized body part composed of tissues B. Any complex living being, plant or animal C. The smallest "living" structure in the body D. A structure in the cytoplasm
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User: Which one of the following choices best describes a cell? A. A specialized body part composed of tissues B. Any complex living being, plant or animal C. The smallest "living" structure in the body D. A structure in the cytoplasm

Weegy: An organelle is D. a structure in the cytoplasm.
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User: Which set of terms can be substituted for superior/inferior? A. Ventral/dorsal B. Cephalic/caudal C. Superficial/deep D. Proximal/distal

User: Which one of the following choices is a combining form, not a prefix or suffix? A. ESTHESIO B. MACRO C. SPASM D. LOGIST

Weegy: D. LOGIST of the following choices is a combining form
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User: In medical terminology, a _______ generally turns a word into a diagnosis or medical procedure. A. suffix B. prefix C. combining form D. root

Weegy: A prefix is an affix which is placed before a stem
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User: The word parts -ac, -al, -ary, and -ic are all A. pseudosuffixes formed from roots. B. prefixes that function as prepositions. C. adjective suffixes meaning "pertaining to." D. noun suffixes indicating procedures

Weegy: The terms ac, al, ary, and ic are all: C. adjective suffixes meaning "pertaining to."
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User: Individuals with high blood pressure are often prescribed _______ by their physicians. A. hypoglycemics B. antihypertensives C. antihyperlipidemics D. hypolipidemics

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Cephalic/caudal can be substituted for superior/inferior.

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The smallest "living" structure in the body best describes a cell.

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