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What factor differentiates sexual reproduction from asexual reproduction?29
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What factor differentiates sexual reproduction from asexual reproduction?
What is the method of reproduction shown in the image?
Sexual and internal fertilization
Sexual and external fertilization
Asexual and internal fertilization
Asexual and external fertilization30s
The following are the events in internal fertilization. How will you arrange the following events in chronological order?
I. Fertilization occurs inside the female body.
II. Sperm cell travels along the female reproductive part.
III. Sperm cell fuses with the ovum.
I, II III
III, I, II
The picture below shows fragmentation in planaria. How does fragmentation differ from budding?
It is exhibited by most invertebrates.
It requires mature pieces growing from parent.
Regeneration occurs using fragments of an organism.
It requires an aquatic environment for it to occur.30s
The figure below demonstrates how parthenogenesis occurs in some lizards. Which of the following is TRUE of parthenogenesis?
It requires two gametes which are male and female sex cells.
An offspring is produced even without a sperm cell to fertilize the egg.
Sperm cell fertilized the egg externally.
Offspring can grow directly out of the body of the parent animal.30s
The integumentary system consists of different organs which function for maintenance of homeostasis, protection, coverage, and defense. What kind of integumentary system does the following mollusks have?
Which of the following statements BEST describes the Respiratory system?
This body system processes food for nutrient absorption.
This body system’s function is to regulate gas exchange.
This organ system isresponsible for the internal transport of oxygen, nutrients and wastes throughout the body.
This organ system provides protection, coverage, and defense.30s
Which of the following is NOT the function of the digestive system?
Storing energy reserves
Regulating gas exchange
Ingestion of food
Processing of food for nutrient absorption30s
Which of the following is NOT TRUE about cells?
Cells are found only in specific areas of the body.
Cells are the functional elements of living organisms.
Cells are building blocks that make a tissue.
Cells are the smallest unit of life.30s
What do stomach, skin, and lungs have in common?
They look the same in all species.
They are organs of the body.
They are all present in living organisms.
They have similar functions.30s
Which of the following best explains why humans sweat when they feel hot?
maintain the internal environment
ability to reproduce
ability to grow30s
Living organisms cannot live alone, they are interacting with the abiotic factors for sustainability of life. Which among the organisms is considered as the abiotic?
Fill in the gap: A nice smell of a plant is an adaptation that ______________
helps the plant to keep the nutrients inside.
attracts the pollinators
pushes away the animals that try to eat them.
regulates the internal environment30s
Makahiya plant closes its leaflets when touched. What is this an example of?
form and structure
reproduction and inheritance
response to stimuli
energy and life30s
Which among the given examples describes the unifying theme of form and structure?
living things arise from pre-existing cells
light as source of energy
bats have wings specialized for flying
cellular basis of life30s
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