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MBOSE questions on transportation process in human beings

Transportation proces in human beings is part of the topic Transportation which is part of the Chapter Life Processes . In transportation process in human beings, we study about the Structure and functions of heart Blood nature and functions and Lymph and the lymphatic vessels. Role of heart in the tranportation process in human beings I have video that I would recommend you to have a look on it.  Video:Role of heart in transportation  process in human beings Let’s have a look on the questions which are being frequently asked during the MBOSE SSLC examinations from this topic. Q1.What is known as the pumping organ? Ans. Heart Q2. Name the four chambers in human heart. Ans. The four chambers in human heart are - Right atrium Left atrium Right ventricle Left ventricle Q3. Name the four great blood vessel Ans. The four great blood vessels are - Vena cava (superior vena cava and inferior vena cava) Pulmonary artery Pulmonary vein and Aorta Q5. What are known as the recieving chambers of a

Mechanism of breathing and Respiration in human

In this discussion I shall explain on the titled topic Mechanism of breathing and Respiration in human, part 2 This topic is a continuation from the general respiration which I had explained before. Titled Respiration 10 part 1. Check here You may like to watch it here Mechanism of breathing and respiration are totally different from one another. In Mechanism of breathing the parts of the body that are taking part in the process are grouped into 3 viz, airways, gases, helping organs.  Airways: consist of nostrils, nasal cavity, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli. Gases: Oxygen to breathe in and carbon-dioxide to breathe out. Helping organs: helped in making breathing possible. They comprised of muscles, diaphragm and ribcage. Mechanism of breathing and respiration The oxygen that was in will then be carried by the blood into the cells. Inside the cell, oxygen get into the inside of mitochondria. The oxygen present at the mitochondria will be used to oxidised or burnt glucose mol

Respiration processes Class 10 biology: detailed explanation and questions

Respiration processes Class 10 Biology: detailed explanation and questions | MBOSE new syllabus Respiration is a complex process. It needs deeper concentration in order to understand fully what it is, why do we need to do it and how it is done. To let you enjoy a short explanation and easy to rewind and refocusing on certain terms and definitions I have divided this process into two parts. Part 1: General Respiration processes - explanation and questions Respiration process is very very important for any living organism. All plants and animals - bacteria, fungi, plants, animals and human do performance the Respiration processes non-stop inorder to be alive. So, in the part 1, I concern with the terms and steps of Respiration done by different organisms and by different types of cells even within the same individual. Check the video: for explanation Questions and answers as given in the video Q1 What is a catabolic process? ANS: The process of breaking down complex substances into sim