The Largest Collection of Lymphatic Tissue in the Adult Body Is Located in the?


Biology can be a difficult subject to master. There are some people who automatically get it and there are others who cannot make sense of it. However, biology is a course offered in elementary and high school, and is also a requirement for graduation in most colleges, so you may run into a biology problem at least one time in your life. The Internet is a great resource to help you find answers to common biology questions. A common biology question may ask you to find where the largest collection of lymphatic tissue in the adult body is located. The answer to that question is the adult spleen.
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Lymphatic vessels are attached to capillaries,venuoles and arterioles. True/False: The lymphatic system drains excess fluid from interstitial spaces
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