Biology B3 - Exchange of materials

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  • Created on: 17-04-16 19:40

1. What is transpiration?

  • When plants get rid of excess water
  • Plants wilting because they do not have enough water
  • The process of water movement through a plant when it evaporates out the stomatas and is drawn from the roots
  • The process of oxygen movement when it is drawn in through the stomata and released from the roots
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2. Where are the Villi?

  • The heart
  • The lungs
  • The small intestine
  • The gut

3. What does the trachea split into?

  • Bronchi
  • Intercostal muscles
  • Bronchioles
  • Alveoli

4. Where else does active transport happen?

  • The testicles
  • The gut
  • The abdomen
  • The thorax

5. Which of these is not a way exchange surfaces are adapted to maximise effectiveness?

  • Lots of mitochondria
  • They are thin
  • Large surface area
  • Lots of blood vessels nearby


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