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Respiratory System

What is the respiratory system?


The body's breathing system
The body's system of nerves
The body's food-processing system
The body's blood-transporting system
Air can enter the body and travel to the lungs ...
through the mouth and the nose
through the oesophagus and gullet
through the windpipe and the pores
through the nose and the nervous system
What is the purpose of the little hairs inside the nose?
To ght disease.
They serve no purpose.
To !eep dust out of the lungs.
To tic!le the nose and cause snee"es.
What is another name for the windpipe?
#ungs
#aryn$
Trachea
%esophagus
What happens to the windpipe& or trachea& before it reaches the lungs?
't branches in two directions.
't branches in three directions.
't vibrates and creates sounds.
't closes up so that no o$ygen can escape.
What important activity ta!es place in the lungs?
(ood is digested.
#i)uid waste is ltered from the blood.
%$ygen is e$changed for carbon dio$ide.
The trachea is e$changed for the laryn$.
%$ygen moves from the lungs into the bloodstream through ...
nerve bres
a large artery in the heart
small blood vessels in the lungs
a tube in the lungs called the *ugular vein
When we breathe in& we inhale many gases& including o$ygen. What happens to the
gases that the body can't use?
They are e$haled.
They are changed into o$ygen by the lungs.
They circulate through the body and are disposed of later.
They are absorbed into the digestive system and
used to create energy.
Which organ is made up of air-carrying tubes and tiny sacs?
The brain
The lungs
The stomach
The diaphragm
What body structure protects the lungs from outside harm?
+artilage
Tiny sacs
The rib cage
The diaphragm
To go on living& the body's cells need food& water& chemicals& and ...
helium
o$ygen
vegetables
carbon dio$ide
,-.
What is the ma*or organ of the respiratory system?
The heart
The lungs
The pulmonary arteries
,..
Alveoli are /
+apillaries that di0use nutrients.
#arge branches from the trachea.
Small air sacs in the lungs where gas e$change occurs.
,1.
The trachea is /
A small set of capillaries where gas e$change occurs.
The tube that delivers food to the stomach.
The windpipe
,2.
3ronchi are /
3ranches of the trachea that deliver air to and from the lungs.
Small sacs where gas e$change ta!es place in the lungs.
The blood vessels that deliver o$ygen poor blood to the alveoli.
,4.
5ulmonary arteries deliver /
%$ygen to the lungs.
3lood from the heart to the lungs.
3lood from the lungs to the heart.
,6.
7uring the di0usion of gases in the alveoli /
%$ygen is di0used from the lungs into the blood.
+arbon dio$ide is di0used from the blood to the lungs.
3oth of the above are correct.
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The following are components of the respiratory system 9:+95T /
Alveoli
3ronchi
;illi
What is the main function of the respiratory system?
A/ to brea! food down
3/ supply the blood with o$ygen
+/ circulate the blood
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What happens when you breathe in?
your diaphragm e$pands and your ribcage contracts
your diaphragm contracts and your ribcage e$pands
your diaphragm e$plodes and your ribcage contradicts
.
Air enters your lungs through the...
trachea
esophagus
alveoli
1
how many lungs do humans have?
three
four
two
2
what are bronchial tubes
air passages inside your lungs
blood vessels insside your body
tiny air sacs that delivr o$ygen to the blood
4
what muscle allows you to breathe in and out?
the trachea
the diaphragm
the tongue
Which of these choices best describes you?
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how many lobes does your right lung have?
2
.
1
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how many lobes does your left lung have?
2
.
1
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when you breathe out& what gas does your body get rid of?
nitrogen
carbon mono$ide
carbon dio$ide
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which of the following is not a part of the upper respiratory system?
esophagus
pharyn$
nose
-?
which of the following is not one of the most important muscles involved in
respiratory movement?
glottis
diaphragm
e$ternal intercostal muscles
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which of the following is not one of the accessory respiration muscles?
e$ternal and internal obli)ue
trachea
transversus abdominis
-.
inhalation begins wtih the...
diaphragm
nose
esophagus
-1
which of these doesnt occur when air @ows into the lungs?
thew air is ltered
the air is cooled
the air is humidied
-2
blowing out a candle is an e$ample of...
forced inhalation
li!ing the dar!
forced e$halation
-4
which of these is not part of the respiratory system?
nose
interventricular septum
tongue
Aow does the respiratory system deliver o$ygen to di0erent parts of the body?
A/ breathing
3/ circulation
+/ inhale carbon dio$ide
hich part of the body is not used for the respiratory system to wor!?
A/ mouth
3/ nose
+/ small intestine
7/ diaphragm