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Human Body Systems

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  • Q1
    How does smoking cigarettes affect the body?
    It improves the function of the lungs.
    It decreases the function of the lungs.
    It lowers carbon dioxide amounts.
    It reduces the chance of cancer.
  • Q2
    Sarah’s family has a long history of people who developed diabetes. Which lifestyle change should she make to try to prevent becoming diabetic?
    play video games and sit on the couch
    drink sodas daily and eat fried foods
    exercise frequently and watch her diet
  • Q3
    Which of the following prenatal activities could lead to low birth weights and higher frequencies of developing asthma?
    not taking prenatal vitamins
    walking 2 miles a day
  • Q4
    Why is it important for the United States to monitor air pollution levels in other countries?
    Air pollution can travel to the United States and affect people’s health.
    The United States has clean air and is able to help other countries.
    The United States is the only country able to monitor the air quality.
  • Q5
    Which is a function of the respiratory system?
    To provide the body with oxygen, which reacts with food to produce energy
    To provide the body with carbon dioxide, which reacts with food to produce energy.
    To provide the cells with water, which is used as a source of energy
  • Q6
    How do the lungs function within the excretory system?
    the lungs absorb carbon dioxide from the air
    The lungs exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide and release waste products in cells.
    the lungs help to release carbon dioxide while absorbing nutrients
  • Q7
    Which function summarizes the excretory system?
    It removes waste
    It collects oxygen
    It delivers nutrients
  • Q8
    How do the respiratory and circulatory systems work together?
    The respiratory system takes in oxygen, while the circulatory system delivers oxygen to the cells.
    The circulatory system takes in oxygen, while the respiratory system delivers oxygen to the cells.
    The respiratory system takes in oxygen, while the circulatory system delivers oxygen to the cells.
  • Q9
    The _______ system breaks down the food we eat, while the _______ system transports the nutrients to each cell in the body.
    digestive; circulatory
    circulatory; digestive
    digestive; respiratory
  • Q10
    The excretory system works directly with the ____ system to allow blood to be filtered in the kidneys.
  • Q11
    Which of these activities is not related to the digestive system?
    Absorbing nutrients into the bloodstream from the small intestine
    Breaking down food particles into smaller particles
    Delivering nutrients to the cells via the bloodstream.
  • Q12
    Which choice places the levels of organization of the human body in their correct order from smallest to largest?
    Cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
    Cell, organ, tissue, organ system, organism
    Tissues, cells, organs, organ systems, organism
  • Q13
    How are tissues and organs related?
    Groups of organs form cells, which work together to make up a single tissue.
    Groups of tissues work together to make up a single organ.
    Groups of organs work together to make up a single tissue.
  • Q14
    Which organ is responsible for the removal of carbon dioxide from the blood?
  • Q15
    Homeostasis is vital to an organism because it allows the organism to
    Maintain a stable internal environment.
    Grow at the fastest possible rate.
    Reproduce even when condition are unfavorable

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