A plastic or glass sealed vacuum tube used to collect a blood specimen obtained through venipuncture
A. Closed Tube System
B. Evacuated Tube Method
C. Winged Infused Method
D. Closed Infused Method
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Hyphae is filamentous body plan (long, branched, thread-like cells). There are two types of hyphae;septate and aseptate. How are they differ from another?
A. Septate is not divided by crosswall while aseptate is divided by crosswall.
B. Septate is divided by crosswall while aseptate is not divided by crosswall.