1. How does nervous communication travel around the body and why is it different to endocrine?
- Nervous communication is nerve impulses, and it is the same as endocrine.
- Nervous communication is hormones in the blood stream, endocrine is nerve impulses.
- Nervous communication is nerve impulses, endocrine is hormones in the blood stream.
- Nervous communication in through the bloodstream, and endocrine is muscle tensions.
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2. What is recombinant DNA?
- DNA that has been taken out of one species and inserted into another.
- Gene DNA that codes for a specific characteristic.
- DNA from the nucleus of the surrogate mother of a cloned animal.
- DNA that "sticks" together two pieces of new DNA.
3. What does the placenta do?
- Grows the umbilical chord, providing the embryo with nutrients.
- Takes nutrients and O2 in, and takes waste and CO2 out.
- Takes waste and CO2 in, and takes nutrients and O2 out.
- Connects the embryo's heart with the mothers, keeping beating regular.
4. Which of these is NOT a type of biological control?
- Fertile male
- Pathogenic micro-organsim
- Natural predator
- Sterile males
5. How can a runner produce asexually?
- As the plant grows, some part breaks away and touches the ground, growing into a new plant.
- Seed tips are removed and placed in a solution encouraging root growth and growing into new plants.
- Seeds are dispersed by wind, water, or animals.
- Pollen is transferred from the male anther to the female stigma by wind or insects.