Life Processes Quiz
Blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart.
Which life process is shown in the picture?
Which organelle is responsible making food (Glucose) using sunlight?
what happens in systemic circulation
A. circulation for the entire body
B. circulation in the heart only
C. circulation heart and lungs
D. circulation to digestion system only
What are animals called in a food chain?
As waste moves through the digestive system, the ______ absorbs water before storing waste in the rectum.
A. Small intestine
D. Large intestine
The substance in plants and animals that act as an energy currency.
Storage form of glucose molecules (C6H12O6) in plant is-
A person sweats to keep body temperature at a safe level
Number 3 is pointing to the…
A. Small intestine
C. Large intestine
how is blood pressure created
A. force of blood against artery wall
B. force of blood in the heart
C. force of blood in the lungs
D. force of blood in the goodwin
What do you call ALL the living things in the same environment?
A. Pumps blood to the body
B. Pumps blood to the lungs
C. Receives blood from the body
D. Receives blood from the lungs
Blood consist of fluid medium called as ______-
The destination of blood in the pulmonary artery is the
A. right atrium
B. left atrium
D. peripheral tissues
Number 4 is pointing to the….
C. Large Intestine
D. Small intestine
It helps us to digest our food. It’s in vegetables and fruit.
Large blood vessel that carries blood back to the heart.
Gastric juices in the stomach digest food into a thick liquid. This is…
A. Mechanical digestion
B. Chemical digestion
What is #4?
Tiny blood vessel that exchanges materials between blood and body cells.
It is the site of gaseous exchange in human lungs.
What chemical is used to test for starch?
A. Biuret solution
C. Iodine solution
D. Benedict’s solution
The continuous contractions and relaxations of the digestive organs is called
Which equation shows the reaction for anaerobic respiration
A. carbon dioxide + water –> glucose and oxygen
B. glucose + Oxygen –> lactic acid and energy
C. glucose + oxygen –> carbon dioxide and water and energy
D. glucose –> lactic acid and energy
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