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CHAPTER 10 : TRANSPORT Score __ /__

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WORKSHEET 10.1 The importance of having a transport system in some
multicellular organisms
Fill in the blank.

1. The distribution of ______and ______ throughout the body and the removal of _________
is performed by a transport system.
2. In _______ organisms, oxygen can reach the centre of the cell easily through a process
called diffusion.
3. Unicellular organisms can obtain their cellular requirements because of their large
____________________ __________ ratio.
4. The larger the size of an animal the ____________ the total surface area to volume ratio.
[ 7 marks ]
THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

____________ __________ ________________

Comparison between blood and haemolymph

Blood Haemolymph

a) transports __________ from the


lungs to the cells throughout the
body and _____________ from Transports___________, _________
the cells to the lungs.
b) transports__________, _________ and___________________ throughout
and __________ throughout the the _________________.
body.
c) transports ________ __________
away from the cells to the excretory
organs.

[ 20 marks ]

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WORKSHEET 10.2 The Circulatory System Score __ /__
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The composition of human blood

HUMAN BLOOD

Plasma (55%) Cellular components (45%)

Fibrin and
Clotting factor

Granulocytes

Monocytes

Basophil
s [ 8 marks ]

BLOOD VESSELS

[ 5 marks ]
WORKSHEET 10.3 Circulatory System in Human Score __ /__
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Label the organs and draw arrows to show the blood flows in systemic circulation and pulmonary
circulation.

[ 7 marks ]

Key :

Systemic
circulation

Pulmonary circulation
Fill in the spaces below to compare the circulatory systems in fish, humans and amphibians.

Aspect Fish Humans Amphibians

Similarities

Circulatory system

Number of heart
chambers

Blood pressure in
vessels

Blood flow in
vessels

Diagram (draw)

Necessity for blood clotting

WORKSHEET 10.4 The mechanism of blood clotting


Complete the graphic organiser below to show how blood clots.

Blood vessels
damaged
produce

Platelets clump
at the wound Calcium ions

convert

catalyses

Fibrin

[ 5 marks ]