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14. Which of the following accurately describes HIV? A. HIV leads to AIDS, when about one third of the individual's T cell count is lost. B. HIV is able to hide from the immune system. C. HIV is deadly, but doesn't target key cells in the immune system. D. HIV can pass easily from one person to the next through casual contact.
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User: 12. Which part of the central nervous system is used to serve as the main communication link between the body and the brain? A. Cerebrum B. Cerebellum C. Spinal cord D. Brain stem


User: 14. Which of the following accurately describes HIV? A. HIV leads to AIDS, when about one third of the individual's T cell count is lost. B. HIV is able to hide from the immune system. C. HIV is deadly, but doesn't target key cells in the immune system. D. HIV can pass easily from one person to the next through casual contact.

Weegy: HIV is able to hide from the immune system -accurately describes HIV.



User: 18. Unlike the somatic nervous system, the autonomic nervous system A. regulates voluntary activities. B. controls movement of the skeletal muscles under conscious control. C. consists of a sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. D. is part of the motor division of the peripheral nervous system.


User: Which of the following steps would be included in the primary response in humoral immunity? A. Antigen binds to antibodies. B. Helper T cells activate cytotoxic T cells. C. Cytotoxic T cells bind to infected body cells and destroy them. D. A macrophage consumes a virus and displays antigens on its surface and signals helper T cells to divide.

Weegy: Antigen binds to antibodies is the primary response in humoral immunity.


User: 20. Which of the following accurately describes an effect of smoking? A. Smoking enables hemoglobin to carry more oxygen. B. Smoking damages cilia in the trachea and more particles enter the lungs. C. Smoking decreases heart rate. D. Smoking lowers blood pressure.

Weegy: Smoking damages cilia in the trachea and more particles enter the lungs- accurately describes an effect of smoking.


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The spinal cord is the part of the central nervous system which serves as the main communication link between the body and the brain.
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Unlike the somatic nervous system, the autonomic nervous system: consists of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
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6. Through the digestion system, water is mainly absorbed in the A. small intestine. B. large intestine. C. gallbladder. D. stomach.
Weegy: Through the digestion system, water is mainly absorbed in the large intestine. User: 7. Unlike nonsteroid hormones, steroid hormones A. enter the nucleus and change gene expression in a target cell. B. bind to receptors on the outside of cell membranes. C. can't pass through cell membranes. D. include proteins and modified amino acids. (More)
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Unlike nonsteroid hormones, steroid hormones bind to receptors on the outside of cell membranes.
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The hypothalamus is the endocrine gland which controls the secretions of the pituitary gland.
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Unlike the female reproductive system, the male reproductive system is fully functional and able to produce and release active sperm after puberty.
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