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If I had 90 seconds to answer this question I'd mark answer "C". Vertebrae & Ribs & Hip bones all are mixed bones.
The place where the cord was cut do not stay with us - it falls in a week +- after the birth, while the umbilicus is the only visible natural scar formed by natural processes, not by gynecologists: Multiple sources say the umbilicus has a scar tissue in it. After birth the umbilicus is the only naturally formed visible scar on the body. Br J Plast ...
If you are simply using stem cells, the growth factors that might be made—and there’s no guarantee a cell will make growth factors—are less likely to be skin-specific. Some labs are harvesting stem cells from certain locations on the body to help with that issue, but that is a relatively new approach and does not apply to products on the market today. The ...
This study in 1984 suggests it's a bad idea and other sites have said eating ants is for weight loss. The abstract says that it goes into detail about the problems associated with eating ants as well as their low nutritional value. So I believe the answer is no. You could not survive long term on a diet of only ants.
During embryogenesis at the level of an atrioventricular canal there is so called endocardial "cushion" tissue. This tissue bulges to the left side more than it does to the right and contribute to the fusion of the valvular ring to a one leaflet, while from the remaining part of the ring develops the second leaflet: AVEC = atrioventricular endocardial ...
Assuming the case where you move a mouse left and right with the wrist and up and down with the fingers, then yes, finger movements are more precise. The fingers and facial musculature are body parts with the most exquisite fine motor-control. The wrist, on the other hand, probably less so. The wrist is definitely involved in fine motor skills such as ...
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