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Blood

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Spinal Cord

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Bladder

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Food Poisoning and Foodborne Illness

BS (double major Biology and Chemistry) in 4 years MS microbiology MAT

Pancreas

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Tonsillectomy

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Is a seal a reptile?

No, it is mammal like humans.
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How many months would it take to count all the sentient species in a fictitious version of our universe since there are 10000 trillion of them?

It would depend on if the Latin name is used and the length of time each would take to say that name.
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What is the medical term meaning an abnormal opening between the bladder and the vagina?

That would be a vesicovaginal fistula. A fistula is an abnormal hole between two organs, whether caused by birth defects, botched surgery, or some other means. So a vesicova (MORE)
In Frogs

Is frog a matter?

Yes, a frog is considered to be made of matter.
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Which scientist is known as the Father of Chemistry?

Jābir ibn Hayyān may have been an Arab or Persian, and was born in about 721 in Tours, Iran, and died in about 815 in Kufa, Iraq. His expertise ran across a number of disc (MORE)

Do collie dogs shed?

Yes, they do. They are not like some dogs like poodles that don't shed. So the dog's owner needs to brush regularly.
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