Standard 6th science chapter 8 Body movement, Homework day-4 Class vi science chapter 8 Sharir nu hakanchalan

Standard 6th science chapter 8 Body movement,
Homework day-4 Class vi science chapter 8 Sharir nu hakanchalan 


Standard 6th science chapter 8 Body movement,
Homework day-4 Class vi science chapter 8 Sharir nu halanchalan 


Answers to important questions:
 
(1) What is circulation?  The process by which living things move from one place to another is called circulation.  (2) What is a joint?  Answer: - Our connective (3) cartilage Where there are two or more bones in the body, that connection is called joint.  What ?  Ans: - A cartilage is a structure made of bone-like material but not as hard as bones.  (4) What is a rib cage made of?  Ans: - It consists of chest bone and 12 pairs of ribs.  (5) What is a skeleton?  Ans: - All the bones of the body form a structure to provide a beautiful shape. It is called skeleton.  (6) Where is the cartilage located in the body?  Ans: - There is cartilage in the ear, nose, in the formation of trachea and in the joint next to the connection of two bones.  (7) In what way does cockroach circulate?  Answer: - Cockroach is practiced by walking on the ground, climbing on the wall and flying in the air.  (8) What is the perpendicular structure of the body?  Ans: - The structure of the body of an animal which is narrow at the front and at the rear and wide (thick) at the middle (middle) is called edgy.  Tireyy Chh.ex.htm (9) Are there special designs for birds to fly?  Ans: - Body structure is linear, frontal limbs are transformed into wings, perforated bones are located.  (10) Explain the different ways of circulating in animals.  Ans: - (1) Walking (2) Running (3) Flying (4) Jumping (5) Swimming (6) Leaping (7) Sliding.  (11) What are variable joints?  Give an example.  Ans: - The joints which can move forward are called variable joints.  Example.  , (1) open - document joints (shoulder front joints) (2) hinges (elbow front joints, knee front and fingers) and (3) protruding joints (joints connecting neck and head).  (12) What are fixed joints?  Give an example.  Answer: - Joints which cannot move forward are called fixed joints.  Example.  , (1) What is the (13) skeleton between the skull bones made of?  Ans: - It is made up of bones, joints and cartilage (14) How many bead-like bones are there in the spine?

Homework day-4 Class vi science chapter 8 Sharir nu hakanchalan 
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