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Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 1

The mode of nutrition in animals is:

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Heterotrophic nutrition is a type of nutrition in which organisms depend upon other organisms for food to survive. All animals, fungi, and non-photosynthesizing plants are heterotrophic.

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 2

Ingestion is the process in which organism _________.

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The process of intake of food inside the body is known as ingestion. It is the first step in process of holozoic nutrition.

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 3

Breaking down food into the simpler forms using enzymes is called _________.

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Breaking down complex food into simpler forms using enzymes is called digestion.
Enzymes are released from glands.

Absorption is the passage of molecules through the wall of the small intestine into the bloodstream.

Excretion is the removal of wastes from the body.

Ingestion is the act of taking food inside the body.

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 4

Which of the following pair of teeth differ in structure but are similar in function?

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The molars (12 in number) are the largest teeth of all whereas the premolars (8 in number) present next to molars.
The function of these types of teeth is similar, i.e. crushing and grinding of food. 

Which of the following pair of teeth differ in str - Tutorix

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 5

Which one of the following is NOT secreted in the stomach?

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The main exocrine product of the stomach is gastric juice: a mixture of mucus, hydrochloric acid, and digestive enzymes(pepsin).

Thus, option C is correct.

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 6

The acid present in the stomach:

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'Hydrochloric acid' is an acid that is secreted in the stomach. It helps to kill the harmful bacteria that may enter the food.

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 7

Nutrition in which organism take food inside the body and digest using enzyme is called______.

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Holozoic Nutrition: In this type of nutrition, the complex food is transferred into a specialized digestive system where it is broken down into small pieces in order to be absorbed.

The 5 crucial stages that holozoic nutrition can be broken down into include:
(i) Ingestion
(ii) Digestion
(iii) Absorption
(iv) Assimilation
(v) Egestion.

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 8

Which one is a ruminant animal?

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Those animals whose stomach is divided into four chambers to store different kinds of food are called ruminant animals.
Example: cattle, sheep, goats, buffalo, deer, elk, giraffes, and camels.

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 9

Insects suck the food in liquid form with the help of _________.

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Proboscis refers to the tubular feeding and sucking organ of certain invertebrates such as insects.
Example: Moths, Butterflies, Mosquitoes.

Test: Nutrition in Animals - Question 10

Amoeba obtains the food using a finger-like projection called _________.

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The finger-like projections are called “pseudopodia“. They not only help in engulfing food molecules but also help the organism in movement.

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