What is the difference between simile, analogy, and metaphor?
A simile is a comparison using the words "like", or "as" (i.e. "It was as quiet as a funeral."). An analogy is comparison directly referring to the two objects being compared in order to emphasize their commonalities. A metaphor draws a comparison by stating that something is another thing (i.e. "The relationship was a roller coaster.").
The main buffer system of human blood is . . .?
The main buffer system of human blood is H2CO3 - HCO3.
A vertical plane through the body dividing it into two sides -- right and left -- is called what? (This division is used for reference when referring to a part or parts of the body in relation to another part(s)).
The vertical plane is termed sagittal.