Why is the body of an animal is considered the biggest?
Answer: The largest internal organ (by mass) is the liver, with an average of 1.6 kilograms (3.5 pounds). The largest external organ, which is also the largest organ in general, is the skin. The longest muscle is the sartorius muscle in the thigh.Bahman 20, 1399 AP
What is the similarities between contrast and difference?
Comparison in writing discusses elements that are similar, while contrast in writing discusses elements that are different. A compare-and-contrast essay, then, analyzes two subjects by comparing them, contrasting them, or both.
What are 3 main differences between plant and animal cells?
Major structural differences between a plant and an animal cell include:
- Plant cells have a cell wall, but animals cells do not.
- Plant cells have chloroplasts, but animal cells do not.
- Plant cells usually have one or more large vacuole(s), while animal cells have smaller vacuoles, if any are present.
How are plants and animals different in terms of organ system?
In plants, just as in animals, similar cells working together form a tissue. When different types of tissues work together to perform a unique function, they form an organ; organs working together form organ systems.
What are the three common body parts of animals?
body, wings, and legs. 2. Of the three common body parts why is the body of an. animal is considered the biggest?Dey 22, 1399 AP
What is the main difference between the movement of plants and animals?
The majority of animals usually move their whole bodies often supported by specialised organs such as fins, wings and legs. These are called locomotory organs moving the animal from place to place. Plant movement is not locomotory and does not generally involve moving the whole body.
What do both animal and plant cells have in common?
Animal cells and plant cells share the common components of a nucleus, cytoplasm, mitochondria and a cell membrane. Plant cells have three extra components, a vacuole, chloroplast and a cell wall.
What is the common parts of animals?
Parts of Animal
- PARTS OF ANIMAL By: JANRICO M.REFUERZO.
- Common Body Parts Head Body Legs.
- The Birds uses wings to fly.
- Birds also have beak and claws.
- The fish uses its fins to swim.
- The turtles have flippers and shell.
- Some insects have antenna and thorax.
- Squids and Octopus have tentacles.
What is the master organ of the animal body?
Brain and Heart is master organs of animal body.Khordad 28, 1399 AP
What is the main difference between animals and plants in the way they obtain their food?
Plants and animals are both living things, but at first glance, they seem very different. Animals tend to move around, while plants stay rooted in one place. Animals eat their food, while plants convert sunlight into the energy they need.Farvardin 22, 1397 AP
What is the difference between plant cell and animal cell class 9?
A plant cell is surrounded by rigid cell wall whereas animal cell does not have cell wall. Presence of a large vacuole in plant cell, which is small in animal cell. Plant cells have plastids whereas animal cells do not have plastids. Centrosomes are absent in plant cell whereas animal cell have centrosomes.
How many organ systems are in animals?
Eleven major organ systems are present within animals, although some animals lack one or more of them. The vertebrate body has two cavities: the thoracic, which contains the heart and lungs; and the abdominal, which contains digestive organs.
What is the difference between plant and animal in tabular form?
We all know there are many differences between plants and animals, but what are they? When we say the plant, you think of green things which can prepare their own food….Important Difference between Plants And Animals.
|Basis of Comparison||Plants||Animals|
|Sensitive||Less sensitive||Highly sensitive|
Is animal survival possible if not all organ systems are functioning?
Answer. Answer: Explanation: No , it must be all organs are functioning because if one organ does not function it will affect the rest and it even creates more trouble which may trigger the early death of an animal.Azar 1, 1399 AP
What are the different organ system of animals?
Unit 3: Organs and systems of the body
|System of the Body||Organs in the Body|
|Digestive||stomach, liver, intestine, pancreas|
|Circulatory||heart, blood vessels|
|Respiratory||muzzle, windpipe, lungs|
What are two similarities and two differences between plant and animal cells that can be seen under a microscope?
Under a microscope, plant cells from the same source will have a uniform size and shape. Beneath a plant cell’s cell wall is a cell membrane. An animal cell also contains a cell membrane to keep all the organelles and cytoplasm contained, but it lacks a cell wall.Ordibehesht 24, 1398 AP
What are two characteristics that both plants and animals have in common?
Both plants and animals are living things, which means that they are both made of cells, both have DNA, and both require energy to grow.Farvardin 22, 1397 AP
Which characteristic separates plants from animals?
Plants were on Earth before animals and currently number about 260,000 species. Three features distinguish plants from animals: Plants have chlorophyll, a green pigment necessary for photosynthesis; Their cell walls are made sturdy by a material called cellulose; and.Bahman 23, 1395 AP
Do organ systems look the same in animals?
Although humans and animals (technically “non-human animals”) may look different, at a physiological and anatomical level they are remarkably similar. Animals, from mice to monkeys, have the same organs (heart, lungs, brain etc.) and organ systems (respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous systems etc.)
What do plant cells and animal cells don’t have in common?
Most organelles are common to both animal and plant cells. However, plant cells also have features that animal cells do not have: a cell wall, a large central vacuole, and plastids such as chloroplasts. Plants make their own food in a process called photosynthesis.Azar 11, 1398 AP
What is the most important organ system?
While your heart is a vital organ, the brain (and the nervous system that attaches to the brain) make up the most critical organ system in the human body. The human nervous system is responsible for coordinating every movement and action your body makes.Tir 21, 1398 AP