Life’s Internal Secrets

01.

Fill in the Blank:
The types of nutrients are
(1) _______ giving nutrients,
(2) Body building nutrients and
(3) Protective & regulating nutrients
02.
Body building nutrients are ____________
(a) Carbohydrates
(b) Vitamins
(c) Fats
(d) Proteins
03.
Name the following: Organisms which synthesize their own organic food
04.
Find Odd one out:
Ingestion
Digestion
Absorption
Assimilation
Egestion
Circulation
05.
Breaking-down of complex food to simpler soluble substances. Mechanically with teeth;
Chemically with help of enzymes is called ____________
(a) Ingestion
(b) Digestion
(c) Absorption
(d) Assimilation
06.
Name the following: Undigested and unabsorbed food is thrown out of body
07.
Name the following: Long, muscular tube of different diameter from mouth to anus
08.
Energy giving nutrients are __________ and Fats
(a) Carbohydrates
(b) Vitamins
(c) Minerals
(d) Proteins
09.
Fill in the Blank: Salivary glands, liver, pancreas, gastric glands, etc are collectively
called _______
10.
Name the following:
The organ where the following takes place:
* Tongue tastes the food
* Teeth grind into small pieces, while wetted with saliva.
* Enzyme Salivary Amylase breaks starch into maltose
11.
Name the following: Organisms that depends on other organisms for food.
12.
Fill in the Blank: The food is pushed from oesophagus to stomach due to rhythmic
contraction and relaxation of muscles. This movement is called ___________
13.
_____ protects inner lining of stomach lining from action of acids
(a) Trypsin
(b) Bile
(c) Pancreatic Juice
(d) Mucus
14.
Fill in the Blank: The gastric glands present in the wall of the stomach release
three gastric juices namely Hydrochloric acid, enzyme ____ and mucus.
15.
Fill in the Blank: ____ is the longest part of alimentary canal (Length 5 to 6 m)
16.
Fill in the Blank: Enzyme Salivary Amylase breaks starch into _______
17.
Fill in the Blank: Carbohydrates, Fats and ______ are fully digested in small intestine.
18.
Pancreas secrete pancreatic juice containing Trypsin, Lipase and _____
(a) Salivary Amylase
(b) Pancreatic Amylase
(c) Pepsin
(d) Glycogen
19.
True or False: Unused glucose is stored in liver as “Glycogen”
20.
Fill in the Blank: The walls of large intestine have _____ which absorb most of
the water and salts
21.
Fill in the Blank: The modes of nutrition are Autotrophic and _________ nutrition
22.
Fill in the Blank: The excretion from anus is regulated by muscle called ______
23.
Fill in the Blank: The agents of photosynthesis in plants are Chlorophyll and _______
24.
Fill in the Blank: The two types of respiration are Aerobic and ___________
25.
Fill in the Blank: In alveolus, the haemoglobin present in RBC absorb Oxygen. At
the same time Carbon dioxide is released by the process of _____
26.
Fill in the Blank: Glucose is broken down in cytoplasm into Pyruvate. This process
is Anaerobic and is called __________
27.
An adult human breathes _____ times per day
(a) 88200
(b) 82800
(c) 28800
(d) 88002
28.
Name the following: The substances (carbohydrates, fats, etc) synthesized or absorbed
in one part of body is moved to another part of the body by the process of _______
29.
Name the following: Instrument to measure blood pressure in human beings
30.
Find Odd one out:
Food
Nutrition
Respiration
Excretion
Transportation

Answers:

01. Energy
02. (d) Proteins
03. Autotrophs
04. Circulation { Rest all are steps of nutrition }
05. (b) Digestion
06. Egestion or Excretion
07. Alimentary Canal
08. (a) Carbohydrates
09. Digestive Glands
10. Mouth
11. Heterotrophs
12. Peristaltic movement
13. (d) Mucus
14. pepsin
15. Small Intestine
16. maltose
17. Proteins
18. (b) Pancreatic Amylase
19. True
20. villi
21. Heterotrophic
22. sphincter
23. Sunlight
24. Anaerobic
25. diffusion
26. Glycolysis
27. (c) 28800
28. Transportation
29. Sphygmomanometer
30. Food { Rest all are life processes }