Life Processes Worksheet-11

Life Processes Worksheet-11


  1. Name the soluble protein present in blood plasma responsible for clotting.


  1. Name the liquid squeezed put of blood during clotting.


  1. Name the site of production of red blood cells in the adult humans.


  1. Give one functional difference between RBC and WBC.


  1. Name the nearest organ to which the heart supplies oxygenated blood.


  1. Name a genetic disorder in which blood does not clot.


  1. Name a vitamin necessary for blood clotting.


  1. Name the fluid present between the membrane covering the heart.


  1. Name the receiving chambers and pumping chambers of the human heart.


  1. Why is blood called a 'liquid connective tissue'?


  1. Name the inactive and active form of the protein that forms the mesh resulting in the clot formation.


  1. Name the central element present in haemoglobin.




  1. Fibrinogen/prothrombin.


  1. Serum.


  1. Bone marrow.


  1. RBC transports oxygen to the tissues whereas WBC fights against microorganisms (Phagocytosis).


  1. Liver.


  1. Haemophilia.


  1. Vitamin K.


  1. Pericardial fluid.


  1. Auricles are the receiving chambers and ventricles are the pumping chambers of the human heart.


  1. Blood is 'liquid connective tissue' because its matrix is a fluid substance called plasma.


  1. Inactive form of protein is fibrinogen and active form of protein is fibrin.


  1. Iron.