What is semen? a) an exocrine gland near the opening of the urethra
b) the testes located on the outside of the male body
c) a combination of sperm and other reproductive fluids
d) a production of fluid that gives the sperm nourishment



Answer 1
Answer: I think the answer is c

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The white blood cells maintain homeostasis in the body as they protect it from different pathogens. They protect the body from different viruses, bacteria, etc. and keep it healthy.

What is blood?

Blood is the combination of both cells and plasma; the cell parts consist of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. The red blood cells play an important role in gas exchanges and keep the cells oxygenated.

The white blood cells consist of lymphocytes such as B lymphocytes, T lymphocytes, macrophages, eosinophils, basophils, neutrophils, etc. All these cells play an important role in the body's immune system. The neutrophil is the first to go to the site of infection, followed by macrophages. The B and T lymphocytes are adaptive immune cells, and they get activated after they come across the pathogens. The platelets are responsible for the blood clotting; they stop the blood loss.

Hence, in this way, the white blood cells regulate the body's immunity by encountering pathogens and maintaining homeostasis.

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Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of animals? A. Multicellular body structure B. Composed of cells with cell walls C. Hetertrophic food getting pattern D. Composed of eukaryotic cells


B. Composed of cells with cell walls.
This is a characteristic of plants, not animals.
B. Plant cells have cell walls, where animal cells only have cell membranes.

How do eukaryotic plant cells store and remove waste materials?



Well vacuoles store food and water, but I don't remover what removes waste materials, sorry :(

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