Oviparous Animals (Hen’s Egg) 7 Question Preview (ID: 51225)


One Of The Example Of Oviparous Animal Is The Hen. This Game Aims To Review The Constituents Of The Hen’s Egg And The Function Of Each ,for Grade 7 Students.

The shell constitutes a reserve of:
a) Calcium
b) Nutrients
c) Blood
d) None of the choices

The white and the yellow of the egg provide the growth of the embryo by:
a) Oxygen
b) Blood
c) None of the choices
d) Nutrients

The development of a chick is:
a) Viviparous
b) Oviparous
c) Direct
d) Indirect

The hen lays eggs then it is:
a) Viviparous
b) Oviparous
c) Direct
d) Indirect

the white and the shell are formed in the:
a) Oviduct
b) Ovary
c) Embryo
d) None of the choices

the yellow of the egg is formed in the:
a) Stomach
b) Ovary
c) Heart
d) None.

while descending in the oviduct the yellow will be surrounded by the:
a) Yellow
b) White
c) Red
d) None of the choices

After fertilization of the egg the yellow becomes a:
a) White
b) Shell
c) Membrane
d) Zygote

the shell allows the passing of
a) Only water
b) Only air
c) Air and Water
d) None of the choices.

In the egg, the yellow and the white are surrounded by the:
a) Shell
b) Yellow
c) White
d) None of the choices

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