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What do we call the process of breaking down complex components of food into simpler substances?
The bees and hummingbirds suck ______ from the plants to take their food.
Infants of the mammals feed on ________.
Reptiles like snakes devour the _____ of their prey.
Some of the ______ animals feed upon the tiny food particles floating nearby them.
Which substance covers as a hard shell on the animals on which a starfish feeds?
The unused parts of the food taken by us are _____ .
The canal through which the food eaten by us passes begins at the ______ and ends at the anus.
The food canal can generally be divided into _______ compartments.
We generally call the food canal as _____.
The alimentary canal is also known as _______.
The food pipe is also called ______.
Which of these glands associated with the alimentary canal secretes digestives?
Which system of the human body is constituted by the alimentary canal and the associate glands?
The process of taking food into the body is called _______.
The first set of teeth that grows during infancy and falls off at an early age is termed as ______.
Which set of teeth replaces the milk teeth?
The cutting and biting teeth are known as _______.
The piercing and tearing teeth are known as _______.
The glands situated in our mouth secretes _______.
The saliva breaks down the _______ into sugars.
A fleshy muscular organ attached to the back of the buccal cavity which helps us to talk is called ______.
Which organ of our body mixes saliva with the food during chewing and helps us to swallow it?
Which of these is present in the tongue that detects the different tastes of food?
The bacterias present in our mouth release acids which lead to _________.
The major culprits for tooth decay are the food products containing ______.
What is the name of a special thread which is moved between two teeth to remove the trapped food particle?
What carries air from the nostrils to the lungs?
The food through the oesophagus goes to a thick-walled bag known as ______.
The shape of the stomach is like a flattened _____.
The ______ of the stomach secretes mucus, hydrochloric acid and digestive juices.
Which among these protects the lining of the stomach?
The digestive juices of the stomach break down the ______ into a simpler substance.
The small intestine is _____ metre long.
A gland situated in the upper part of the abdomen on the right side is called ______.
Which is the largest gland of our body?
The liver is ____ in colour.
The liver secretes ______.
Bile juice secreted from the liver is stored in a sac called the _____.
The bile juice mainly digests the ______.
The cream coloured gland located just below our stomach is called _____.
The secretion of which juice helps to digest carbohydrates, fats and proteins?
The carbohydrates are broken into simple sugar such as _____.
The fats are broken into fatty acids and ______.
Into which acids are the proteins broken down to?
The process of digested food passing into the blood vessels in the wall of the intestine is called ____.
The finger-like outgrowths present in the inner walls of the intestine are called _____.
The absorption and digestion of food by the body is called ______.
Which organ of our body absorbs water and some salts from the undigested food?
The length of the large intestine is about ____ m long.
The process of removal of the faecal matter through the anus is called _____.
The grass-eating animals swallow their food and store in a part of their stomach known as ______.
The partially digested food in the Rumen is called ______.
When the cud returns to the mouth of the grass-eating animals and they chew it again, the process is called _______.
The animals following the rumination process are called _____.
The grass is rich in which type of carbohydrate?
A large sac-like structure located between the oesophagus and the small intestine in animals like horses, rabbits etc is called ______.
Which among these is a single-celled organism found in pond water?
An amoeba constantly pushes out one or more finger-like projections from its body known as ________.
The pseudopodia of an amoeba engulf the food particles and trap it in ________.
Which animal’s milk is easier to digest than cow’s milk?