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What is the anatomical direction term that means nearer the surface? Superficial
When many similar cells specialize to perform a certain function, it is referred to as an: Organelle
A negatively charged subatomic particle that moves around the nucleus is an: Electrton
An example of a catabolic process is: Hydrolysis
In the cell membrane, the hydrophilic part of the phospholipid molecule: Faces the exterior and interior of the cell.
Which organelle consist of vesicles that have pinched off from the golgi apparatus? Lysosomes.
The nucleus is composed chiefly of: rRNA
Tiny indentations of the plasma membrane that resemble caves are called" Caveolae
Which cell extension lacks a central pair or microtubles, is not found in blood cells, and functions in the kidney to monitor urine flow? Cilia
The structure that lies deep to the dermis and forms a connection between the skin and the underlying structures of the body is the: Hypodermis
The tip of the nose and the external ear are composed of: Elastic cartilage
The most abundant and widespread tissue in the body isL Connective tissue
What structures normally hold the foot bones firmly in their arched positions? Ligaments and tendons
If you are working on an areological dig and find the remains of a human pelvis with a subpubic angle of 110 degrees, you can assume that this pelvis belongs to a: Female
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