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Warm-Up Test

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Kaylie wanted to find out which type of suncreen best protected her skin from UV Raditiation. She put one type of sunscreen on her right arm and another type of sunscreen on her left arm. Her experiment could be improved by _____. putting her arms in equal sunlight
The picture above shows a cross section of human skin. Which section is the dermis? R
All of these muscles are examples of smooth muscles EXCEPT _____. Bicep
The bones in Group A are different from the bones in Group B because only the bones in Group A have _____. movable joints
All of your body's senses work together to maintain _____. homeostasis
Degenerations of nerons in the cerebellum would most likely result in some loss of _____. muscle coordination and balance
The above picture shows two neurons. A nerve impulse moves from Neuron A to Neuron B, because of _____. Neuron A hitting Neuron B
The table above shows the speed at which nerve impulses travel in axons of different diameters. A reasonable hypothesis based on these data is that as the diameter of an axon increases, _____. the speed of nerve transmission increases
Which bones are most responsible for a person's height? Thigh bone, shin bone, and the Back bone.
White blood cells are produced in the part of a bone called the _____. the red marrow
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