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Unit 2-3 Feeding and Nutrition

ACTIVITIES
UNIT 2-3 Feeding and Nutrition: 1st part:

Biology and Geology. 3 ESO

1. Define: a. Basal metabolism e. Uvula i. Peristaltic mov b. Food bolus f. Chyle j. Digestion c. Digestive tract g. Cardias k. Chyme d. Accessory Glands h. Amylase 2. Explain the differences between a. Feeding and nutrition b. Food and nutrients 3. Which are the functions that nutrients must carry out? Connect each nutrient to its function 4. Tongue: explain its structure and its functions 5. Liver: a. What is it? b. Locations c. Functions 6. Do a chart about accessory glands, which substances do they produce? Whats the function of these substances. For example:
Gland Secretions Secretion functions

7. What is the difference between physical and chemical processes? Name where each one occur (the physical and chemical processes) 8. Absorption process: explain all you know about it. 9. Which of this process is essential for the digestion of oil: a. Production of enzyme pepsin c. Mastication b. Secretion of bile d. Swallowing Then, explain how the process occurs. 10. Answer these question: a. Why does your throat burn when you vomit? b. What would happen if the small intestine didnt have villi? c. One chemical digestion is complete, which simple nutrients can be found in the small intestine? Where do these nutrients go? d. Where can we find enzymes that carry out the digestion of proteins? Where do they came from? 11. Look at this table. It shows the amount of nutrients found in the foods ingested during a meal, and the amount of the same substances found in feces. What conclusion can you draw from this information?

Unit 2-3 Feeding and Nutrition

ACTIVITIES
UNIT 2-3 Feeding and Nutrition: 2nd part:

Biology and Geology. 3 ESO

1. Define: a. Nephron e. Haemoglobine i. Bladder b. Alveoli f. Plaquetes j. Urine c. Mitral valve g. Auricle k. d. Capillaries h. Plama 2. Match the system and the definitions a. Respiratory S: b. Excretory S: c. Circulatory S: d. Digestive S: 1. Processes food to obtain nutrients for cells 2. Delivery nutrients and oxygen around the body and take waste away 3. Capture oxygen to be delivered to the cells and expel carbon dioxide produced during cellular metabolism. 3. 4. 5. 6. 4. Expels remains which are produced during metabolism and are transported by circulatory system. Explain, briefly, which are the differences and similarities between two breathing mechanism that we have studies Name the main characteristic of veins and arteries Why do we say that the circulatory circuit is a double circuit? Complete the text: When we breath in, our diaphragm moves and .. The ribs move and the volume of the chest cavity When we breath out, our diaphragm . It moves .. The ribs move and then the vol ume of chest cavity Words: up, down, increase, decrease, contract, relax. (Use the correct tense) Copy and choose the correct word. Listen and check your choice: Arteries carry the blood away/back from the heart. As they get nearer to/further from the heart, they branch out into narrower/wider vessels. These vessels then multiply/divide into larger/smaller ones called capillaries Explain, briefly, the mechanism to form urine Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs. Note that in same case negative form is needed a. Blood (pump) out to the rest of the body by heart b. The heart (divide) into two halves c. The two haves (connect) d. The heart (make up of) muscle e. Blood (allow) from the ventricle to the auricle in the heart. Choose the correct preposition a. Blood moves inside/around our circulatory system b. Cell depend on/of the heart to receive nutrients and oxygen c. The heart is made of / from muscle tissue and is divided in/into chambers d. Between/in the auricle and the ventricle on/at each side, there is a valve called tricuspic and mitral. e. The mitral valve allows blood to flow from/to the auricle from/to ventricle. Answer these questions. You can use these phrases to express your opinion: I think, In my opinion, This is because, As a consequence a. Who has more erythrocytes, someone who lives at a high altitude or someone who lives at sea level? b. Who has more leukocytes, a healthy person or someone with an infection?

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