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5. Which of the following circulatory system diseases is also referred to as hypertension? A. Heart attack B. Atherosclerosis C. High blood pressure D. Stroke
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User: 5. Which of the following circulatory system diseases is also referred to as hypertension? A. Heart attack B. Atherosclerosis C. High blood pressure D. Stroke

Weegy: High blood pressure is circulatory system disease also referred to as hypertension.




User: Which statement accurately describes the function of a hormone produced by the adrenal glands? A. Norepinephrine regulates blood volume and pressure. B. Cortisol causes the heart rate and blood pressure to rise. C. Epinephrine widens the air passageways in the lungs. D. Aldosterone helps control metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

Weegy: Cortisol causes the heart rate and blood pressure to rise. This statement accurately describes the function of a hormone produced by the adrenal glands.



User: . Which type of skin cancer develops from melanocytes? A. Squamous cell carcinoma B. Basal cell carcinoma C. Melanoma D. Histamine

Weegy: Melanoma develops from melanocytes.



User: 11. Which of the following best sequences the organization of the body from largest to smallest? A. Cells, organs, tissues, organ systems B. Cells, tissues, organs, organ systems C. Organ system, organs, tissues, cells D. Organ systems, tissues, organs, cell

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Organ system, organs, tissues, cells best sequences the organization of the body from largest to smallest.
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9. When the water level of a stream or river exceeds its natural banks, it has reached its A. capacity. B. crest. C. flood stage. D. plateau
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When the water level of a stream or river exceeds its natural banks, it has reached its: FLOOD STAGE.
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To control a virus, the use of antibiotics would be ineffective.
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3. After the skin is cut and a capillary wall breaks, what's the first step in working to form a clot? A. A set of reactions are triggered. B. Thrombin causes sticky fibrin filaments to form the clot. C. The clot seals the area to prevent further blood loss. D. Platelets clump at the site.
Weegy: After the skin is cut and a capillary wall breaks, the first step in working to form a clot is: Platelets clump at the site. User: Which statement accurately describes the relationship between the brain and addiction? A. All drugs act on dopamine synapses in the same way. B. Normal activities produce heightened responses once receptors are reduced. C. The brain reacts to excessive dopamine levels by increasing the number of dopamine receptors. D. A higher amount of addictive chemicals are needed to get the same high when fewer receptors are present. (More)
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Which of the following best describes homeostasis in humans? A. Homeostasis stops when external environments change. B. Homeostasis stops when environments aren't changing. C. Homeostasis continues when environments change. D. Homeostasis halts when internal environments change
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Homeostasis continues when environments change. - best describes homeostasis in humans.
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. Which structure of the excretory system in humans is responsible for converting ammonia into urea? A. Lungs B. Liver C. Skin D. Kidneys
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Kidneys is responsible for converting ammonia into urea.
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