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- 1. Earthworms and frogs breathe through their skin because of which the skin of both the organisms is
(a) moist and rough.
(b) dry and rough.
(c) dry and slimy.
(d) moist and slimy.
- Sometimes when we do heavy exercise, anaerobic respiration takes place in our muscle cells. What is produced during this process?
(a) alcohol and lactic acid
(b) alcohol and CO2
(c) lactic acid and CO2
(d) lactic acid only
- Breathing is a process that
(i) provides O2 to the body.
(ii) breaks down food to release energy.
(iii) helps the body to get rid of CO2.
(iv) produces water in the cells.
Which of the following gives the correct combination of functions of breathing?
(a) (i) and (ii)
(b) (ii) and (iii)
(c) (i) and (iii)
(d) (ii) and (iv)
- During the process of exhalation, the ribs move
(a) down and inwards.
(b) up and inwards.
(c) down and outwards.
(d) up and outward.
- Fish breathe with the help of gills which are richly supplied
with blood vessels. The gills help the fish to
(a) take in oxygen from air.
(b) take in oxygen dissolved in water.
(c) absorb nutrients present in water.
(d) release waste substances in water.
- Yeast is used in wine and beer industries because it respires
(a) aerobically producing oxygen.
(b) aerobically producing alcohol.
(c) anaerobically producing alcohol.
(d) anaerobically producing CO2.
- Whenever we feel drowsy or sleepy, we start yawning. Does yawning help us in anyway?
- A food stall owner was preparing dough for making bhaturas. He added a pinch of yeast and sugar to the dough and left it in a warm place. After few hours, the dough had risen. There was a sour smell too.
(a) Why did the dough rise?
(b) Why did the dough smell sour?
(c) Why was sugar added to the dough?
(d) What would have happened if the dough was kept in the refrigerator, soon after it was prepared?
- 1 (d)
- 2 (d)
- 3 (c)
- 4 (a)
- 5 (b)
- 6 (c)
- 7. During drowsiness, our breathing rate slows down. The lungs do not get enough oxygen from the air resulting in yawning. Yawning brings extra oxygen into the lungs and helps us to keep awake.
- 8. (a) The CO2 released during respiration by the yeast results in the rise of dough.
(b) During anaerobic respiration, yeast produces alcohol resulting in sour smell.
(c) Sugar acts as food for yeast.
(d) At low temperatures, yeasts will not multiply and respire because of which the dough will not rise or become sour.