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A)Explains how a boy may be born with female external reproductive organs. [4 pts]
B) Is the same thing possible for a girl? Explain your answer. [3 pts]
C) Will the individual in a) be able to reproduce one day? Explain your answer. [4 pts]
Can the tricep and bicep contract at the same time?
The human heart consist of 4 chambers, explain how this design supports metabolism in endothermic animals.
The adrenocorticotrophic hormone travels to the adrenal cortex where it triggers the secretion of the glucocorticoids. How it triggers?
Endometriosis is a condition where the cells that line the uterus can move to other parts of the body. The cells react in the normal way to hormones controlling menstruation. This can cause fatigue and pain. Explain what happens to the cells that have moved and how doctors could treat the condition using sex hormones?
what is cognitive enhancement ?its uses and its future?
If 'O' type blood group has antibodies a and b both, then how can we transfuse it to 'A' type blood group?
Adult onset diabetes, diabetes type 2, can best be described using which of the following concepts?

Constantly high blood sugar leads to glucagon release. Glucagon is an antagonist to insulin, leading to a decrease in insulin.
Constantly high blood sugar leads to the release of glucagon. Glucagon causes gluconeogenesis, which makes blood sugar higher.
Constantly high blood sugar leads to high insulin release. High amounts of insulin lead to down-regulation of insulin receptors.
Constantly high blood sugar leads to high insulin release. High levels of insulin cause up-regulation of insulin receptors.