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Animal Movement

Animal Movement

Animal Movement: Take a Deep Breath Before This Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Animal Movement? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Which gas is required by the cell, and which gas is a waste product?

Oxygen is required, Carbon dioxide is waste
Oxygen is required, Carbon monoxide is waste
Carbon dioxide is required, Oxygen is waste
Carbon dioxide is required, Carbon monoxide is waste
None of the above
Q. In which direction does gas flow during diffusion?

Always away from the lungs
Low concentration to high concentration
High concentration to low concentration
Always away from the cells
Always towards water
Q. Which type of animal would have a two-chambered heart?

Q. What are the benefits of a double circulation pathway over a single circulation pathway?

Two hearts
Two pumps of the heart before the blood goes to the lungs
One pump before the blood goes to the lungs and one pump before it goes to the body
Two rows of capillaries
None of the above
Q. When a dog inhales, what is the pathway that the air travels?

nose → trachea → alveoli → bronchi
nose → alveoli → bronchi → trachea
nose → bronchi → alveoli → trachea
nose → bronchi → trachea → alveoli
nose → trachea → bronchi → alveoli
Q. How many breaths does it take for one gulp of air to pass through a bird?

2 inhales and 2 exhales
1 inhale and 1 exhale
None. Birds do not inhale. Air just flows through them
1 inhale and 2 exhales
2 inhales and 1 exhale
Q. Amphibians can breathe through their lungs and their     .

Q. Which of the following does not increase surface area available for respiration?

Gill lamellae
All of the above
Q. Which of the following is not found in a hemocoel?

Carbon dioxide
Q. A pacemaker is used when a patient has a defective     .

Coronary artery
Sinoatrial node
Aortic arch