Biology 9 Chapter 11 - Test 2

1. The air enters into the larynx through a small aperture which is called sound box.

2. Trachea is about 20 cm long cylindrical tube.

3. Every lung has about three hundred million alveoli.

4. A molecule of ATP on its breakdown releases energy:

5. ATP molecule contains adosine and:

6. Amount of energy released from one gram gulucose:

7. During hibernation frogs and tortoises breath through:

8. Insects and other land dwelling arthropods use for their gaseous exchange:

9. The respiratory area in man is from:

10. The air enters into the larynx through a small aperture, which is called:

11. The length of the trachea in human beings is about:

12. The trachea on entering the chest divides into two smaller tubes, which are called:

13. Every lungs have about:

14. One Hundred mole of haemoglobin containing blood can transport about:

15. A human being, whose weight is 70 kg can store fats:

16. Aerobic respiration produces energy:

17. In anaerobic respiration a glucose molecule is broken down into:

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