Topic: Food Energy and Respiration Subtopic: How we breathe?
What are intercoastal muscles?
Answer: Our ribs and diaphragm are moved by muscles. Each pair of ribs contains these muscles. These muscles that help in the expansion and compression of ribs are known as Intercoastal Muscles.
- What happens if less oxygen is absorbed in blood?
- What happens to glucose in liver?
- What are stamens?
- How can xylem be described?
- What are Cilia and why are they important?
- What are symptoms of cold?