Zoology Quiz Part 14

_________ is a infectious disease communicable by contact with one suffering from it, with his bodily discharge, or with an object touched by him for example, cholera and chicken pox.





_________is uncontrolled growth of cells resulting in a large mass and as a result of fast growth, it exhausts nutrients required for normal functioning of the body.





_________ is the smallest tubes or vessels which form the connecting link between the circulatory and lymphatic system; usually the wails are single layer thick.





_________ is the partially digested food after leaving the stomach.





__________ is a tubular instrument which has a light source and a viewing optical system and this may be inserted into the body cavity for direct visualization of Organs.





Any substance or agent capable of causing cancer is called





________ is a progressively inflammatory disease of the liver in q which the liver cells are destroyed and it is a common disease among habitual alcohol users.





_________ is a non-specific term used to denote skin disorders characterized by redness, thickening, oozing blisters and occasional formation of fissures and cracks.





___________ is a developing fertilized egg during the early period and an unborn human being is called an embryo for the first two months of its period of development in the womb.





________ are ductless glands which produce hormones which pass i directly into the blood.





________ is a secretion of the liver in animals. It is an alkaline fluid that helps in digestion and absorption of fats.





_________ is the surgical removal or excision of the foreskin covering the male or female genital organs.





A class of extremely small relatively simple micro- organisms is called





The solidification of blood is 'called





__________ is a group of viruses that enter the body via the alimentary tract and tend to invade the l central nervous system.






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