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Preganglionic nerve cell bodies for fibers that reach the otic ganglion are located in the :
1.inferior salivatory nucleus
2.superior salivatory nucleus
3. Dorsal motor nuclus of the vagus nerve
4. accessory nuclus of the oculomotor nerve


which of the following are the part of the conducting division of the respiratory system

alveoli
alveolar duct
primary bronchus
terminal bronchioles
respiratory bronchioles

In the erythropoiesis , which of the following increases from the proerythroblast to the mature erythrocyte

Cell size
Phagocytic ability
Cytoplamic acidophlia
Cytoplasmic basophilia
 

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Preganglionic nerve cell bodies for fibers that reach the otic ganglion are located in the :
1.inferior salivatory nucleus---------answer
2.superior salivatory nucleus
3. Dorsal motor nuclus of the vagus nerve
4. accessory nuclus of the oculomotor nerve


which of the following are the part of the conducting division of the respiratory system

alveoli
alveolar duct
primary bronchus
terminal bronchioles
respiratory bronchioles

conducting zone contain terminal bronhioles, primary bronchus.

In the erythropoiesis , which of the following increases from the proerythroblast to the mature erythrocyte

Cell size
Phagocytic ability
Cytoplamic acidophlia---answer
Cytoplasmic basophilia

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