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Junior Activity Week 
This Achievement Standard will involve you learning about Nutrition and Transport in one animal group - Mammals by carrying out a range of activities in the classroom.  You will learn about the structures involved in Nutrition and Transport in cows as an example of a ruminant and in humans which are both mammals.
Understanding of adaptation needs to be demonstrated. An adaptation refers to a feature and its function as it enable the organism to live successfully in its habitat. The function of each structure will need to be explained and how it helps the mammal group carry the life processes Nutrition and Transport. 
What is Nutrition? How are substances transported?
Why are these life processes necessary for the survival of the animal group mammals.
Key words: incisors, canines, molars, diastema, peristalsis, ingestion, digestion, absorption, assimilation, egestion, villus, ruminant, blood vessels, capillary, vein, artery, heart, red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, platelets, nutrients, haemoglobin, valves, cardiac muscle, atrium, ventricles.
You will learn how to annotate diagrams of the Digestive and Transport Systems and their parts.
What is annotating?
What is needed for Achieve?
What is needed for Merit?
What is needed for Excellence?
Refer to the Achievement Standard
What is meant by an adaptation?
How does each adaptation help the organism survive in its habitat?
What is meant by way of life?
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Gas exchange
Countercurrent animation
Insect and fish
Human
Nutrition
How ruminants digest food
RuminantDigestiveSystempowerpoint
chapter-3 Nutritional requirements for beef cattle