reate 10 multiple-choice questions to test knowledge of the structure and function of animal organs.
Address the functions of each of the following concepts in your test.
Differences between asymmetrical, radial symmetry and bilateral symmetry.
Differences between endotherms and exotherms.
Definition and examples of epithelial tissue. (provide one example)
Definition and examples of connective tissue. (provide one example)
Definition and examples of muscle tissue. (provide one example)
Definition and examples of nervous tissue. (provide one example)
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Asymmetrical refers to two halves of an organism which are not equal. For example, the right and left lung of human beings are asymmetrical because they are halves but not of the same size. The right lung is bigger than the left lung because; the left lung creates some space for the heart. Radial symmetry refers to two halves that equal. For example, when the body of a human being is cut from head to toe equally, it will produce two parts that are the same.