10/05/2020 Transport in Animals(Senior Class Biology Study by Topics) 0Comments by Gate Academy Please fill in the information below. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. ...is pumped in to the heartoxygen,heliumcarbon dioxide2. The second stage of incomplete metemorphosis is LarvaPupaEggNymph3. The heart has ... chambers.34254. Which chamber of the heart has the thickest muscle wall?left atriumright atriumright ventricleleft ventricle5. _____ is a type of epithelial tissue that forms the lining of the inner surface of the mouth, oesophagus and blood vesselmonquos epitheliumepiderm epitheliumsquomous epithelium6. The most common blood group isO+B+A+7. ..in the heart to prevent the blood from flowing backwards, keeping it in one direction.valvesveinscapillaries8. People go through metamorphosis. TrueFalse9. This is an organised social system where several males and females in the group mate with each other. PolygynyMonogamyPolyandryPolygynandry10. ...carries blood away from your heart under high pressure.arterieslungsvertrices11. Where does haemoglobin become oxyhaemoglobin?heartkidneysliverlungs12. Plants and animals both have life cycles.FalseTrue13. Your new question!14. The nymph looks like the adult, but usually has noParentsOffspringWingsExoskeleton15. What is the job of the adult?To growTo reproduceTo eat and eat16. The series of stages that occur in the lifetime of an organism is called MetamorphosisLife cycleLife span17. The process in which some organisms change form in different stages of their life cycle is known asGerminationMetamorphosisLife span18. The human heart beats ... times a minute.60-100 times120 - 200 times500- 1000 times30- 40 times19. Because an elephant lives longer than a mouse, the elephant is said to have a longerLife spanMetamorphosisLife cycle20. What is the function of the proteins in the cell membrane? CommunicationCellular respirationPhotosynthesisCell transport21. Your new question!22. ...carry blood to the heart. oesophagusarteriesveins23. ... is pumped out of the heart oxygencarbon dioxidenitrogen24. Which one of the following does not form part of the axial skeleton? ClavicleVertebraeSkullSternum25. Epiphytes are an example of this kind of relationship. ExploitationAmensalismCommensalismMutualism26 out of 25Time is Up!