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Shreya Gupta , asked a question
Subject: Science , asked on 20/1/13

Q1. Kinds of food  and modes of feeding of the given animals

  snail, ant, eagle, humming bird, lice, mosquito, butterfly, house fly.

Q2. What is calcium carbonate?

Q3.What do we mean by digestive tract?

Q4.What are reasons for vomitting if we vomit after eating food?

Q5.Can we survive only on raw,leafy vegetables/grass? discuss.

Q6. Under what conditions does a patient need to be on a drip of glucose?Till when does   a patient need to be given glucose?How does glucose help the patient recover?


Mushtaq , Meritnation Expert added an answer, on 22/1/13

Your friend is partially correct,


Animal Food Feeding Habit
Snail Small plants or Algae Eating
Ant Sweet things like jam, sugar etc. Swallowing
Eagle Small birds, fishes, reptiles etc. Eating
Humming bird Nectar Sucking
Lice Blood Sucking
Mosquito Nectar and blood Sucking
Butterfly Nectar Sucking
House fly Feacal material, waste food etc. Sucking

2. Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) is a white, insoluble solid occurring naturally as chalk, limestone, marble and forming shells of the animals like mollusks.

3. Digestive tract is the collection of  organs or different body parts which carry out the process of digestion like stomach , small intestine, liver etc.

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 @ruqaia.....Good work...Keep posting!

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Vvs , added an answer, on 20/1/13
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Ruqaia Beyrl , added an answer, on 20/4/12


ant- screaling


eagle-capuring and swallowing



humming bird-sucking

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