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There are two large endocrine glands located in the neck and upper chest region. What is their identity, and what do they regulate? Thymus: immune system; thyroid: growth and development Thyroid: immune system; thymus: growth and development Pancreas: blood glucose levels; adrenal: emergency response Adrenal: emergency response; pancreas: blood glucose levels i think it b

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    Sorry haha I'm not qualified to answer this

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    lol it ok thanks anyways

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    But if you don't know something always go with your gut feeling and first answer. (Words of wisdom from experience)

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    A

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    I will explain if needed

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    Yes

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