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Question number: 260

» Human Physiology » Body Fluids and Circulation » Double Circulation

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Mammals are said to have a “double circulatory system”. This means that

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a.

There are two types of blood vessels attached to every organ; an artery and a vein.

b.

There are two system; one from the heart to the lungs and back to the heart and other to and from rest of the body.

c.

The blood vessels are paired.

d.

The blood circulates twice as quickly.

Question number: 261

» Human Physiology » Body Fluids and Circulation » Double Circulation

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The blood vascular system of mammals is known as double vascular system because

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a.

A group of veins carry oxygenated and other group conducts deoxygenated blood.

b.

Oxygenated blood runs from heart to different organs by one set of veins while deoxygenated blood runs from heart to lung by another set.

c.

The two different systems never meet.

d.

All a. , b. and c. are correct

Question number: 262

» Structural Organization in Animals and Plants » Animal Tissues - Morphology, Anatomy and Functions - Mainly Cockroach » Respiratory System

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With respect to respiratory apparatus, pick out the incorrect pair/pairs.

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Crustacean – Lungs

b.

Starfish – Dermal bronchial

c.

Amphibians – Skin and lungs

d.

Insects – Tracheoles

Question number: 263

» Human Physiology » Breathing and Respiration » Respiratory System in Humans

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Respiration can be defined as

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A catabolic process by which animal cells utilize carbon dioxide, produce oxygen and convert the released energy to ATP.

b.

An anabolic process by which animal cells utilize oxygen and carbon dioxide to form ATP.

c.

A catabolic process by which animals cells utilize oxygen, produce carbon dioxide and convert the released energy to ATP.

d.

An anabolic process by which animal cells utilize oxygen, produce carbon dioxide and convert the released energy to ATP.

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