Form and movement in animals Worksheet-6

Form and movement in animals Worksheet-6


Multiple -Choice Question:

  1. The system responsible for movement in vertebrates is:

(A) Muscular  and skeletal              (B) Muscular and circulatory

(C) Skeletal and circulatory            (D) Muscular and respiratory


  1. Animals that have a back bone are:

(A) Vertebrates                                (B) Invertebrates


  1. The function of skeleton is:

(A) To Provide support                   (B) To provide protection

(C) To produce red blood cells       (D) All of these


  1. Which nutrient is needed for strong bone growth?

(A) Calcium         (B) Iodine             (C) Potassium      (D) Iron


  1. Human bones are of varied shapes and sizes. What is the smallest bone in the body?

(A) Hyoid             (B) Metacarpel    (C) Ethmoid         (D) Stapes


  1. What is the longest bone in the body?

(A) Tibia               (B) Femur             (C) Tarsal             (D) Phalanges


  1. The knee joint is the most complex joint in the body. What type of joint is this?

(A) Ball and socket                          (B) Pivot

(C) Gliding                                        (D) Hinge


  1. Which of the following mineral is not stored in the bones of the human body?

(A) Sodium          (B) Potassium      (C) Calcium          (D) Magnesium


  1. The 11th and 12th ribs of human body are known as:

(A) True ribs                                     (B) Opposite ribs

(C) Floating ribs                              (D) Attached ribs


  1. How does cartilage get its nutrients?

(A) Through diffusion of nutrients which surrounds the cells making up the cartilage

(B) Cells of cartilage can make nutrients by themselves

(C) Cartilage does not need any nutrients

(D) None of these


Answer Key:

  1. (A)
  2. (A)
  3. (D)
  4. (A)
  5. (D)
  6. (B)
  7. (D)
  8. (D)
  9. (C)
  10. (A)