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Oncogenes and tumour suppressor genes are implemented in which disease?
Which protein binds oxygen in the blood?
Which muscle is primarily responsible for inspiration?
What is the muscle of the butt, incidentally the largest in the body, called?
What is produced by goblet cells?
How many vertebra make up the spine?
Which 'womanly' hormone regulates mentruation in females?
Epinephrine is also called ________ in the UK?
What is the tympanic membrane?
Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrum, Pisiform, Trapezoid, Trapezium, Hamate, Capitate are collectively known as the _______?
What are the small sacs of air in the lungs called?
The brain consists of how many lobes?
Name the artery carrying oxygenated blood from the heart?
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Shingles has the same viral cause as which childhood illness?
MDMA is more commonly known as _______?
How many bones in the adult body?
Which is the only muscle attached at one end?
The jaw bone is also known as the _______?
Which tube passes between the ovaries and the uterus?
The knee cap is also known as the _______?
The cheek bone is also called the _______?
Which organ is responsible for insulin secretion?
The process of cellular division producing 2 identical daughter cells is called _______?
The bone of the upper arm is hilariously named this...
What is the largest organ of the body?

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