The Diagram Given Below Represents a System in the Human Body. Stud the Diagram and Answer the Following Questions: - Biology

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The diagram given below represents a system in the human body. Stud the diagram and answer the following questions:

 Label the parts marked 5 and 6. 

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 5 - Infundihulum
6- Cervix 

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2018-2019 (March) Set 1

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