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NCSCOS 7.L.1.4 - Systems for Energy (Circulatory, Respiratory, Digestive, Excretory)

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7.L.1.4

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  • Q1
    Which activity describes the relationship between the circulatory system and the digestive system?
     The kidneys remove harmful wastes from the blood.
    Cells make antibodies in response to a virus.
    Red blood cells exchange carbon dioxide for oxygen.
    Nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream.
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q2
    What does the circulatory system do for you when you exercise?
    It improves blood flow to supply cells with more oxygen.
     It moves more waste to the skin for body cooling.
    It lowers blood pressure to maintain equilibrium.
    It provides fewer nutrients for brain activity.
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q3
    Why does the heart pump faster during exercise?
    the contraction of blood vessels to muscles, increasing blood pressure
     the decreased demand for blood flow to central nervous system
    the greater demand for fuel and oxygen in the muscles
    the need for increased digestion to provide fuel
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q4
    How do the circulatory and urinary systems work together?
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    The urinary system filters wastes from the blood.
    The circulatory system carries electrical messages to the kidneys
    The urinary system excretes wastes from the body.
    The circulatory system produces oxygen for the kidneys.
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q5
    What is the primary job of red blood cells?
    remove waste
    allow reproduction 

    fight disease
    transport oxygen
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q6
    The diagram shows some of the parts of a specific body system. Which term belongs in the box that describes this system?
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    Endocrine
    Respiratory
    Circulatory
    Excretory
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q7
    Which systems work together to prepare and distribute food for cells?
    digestive and endocrine
    nervous and excretory
    digestive and circulatory
    nervous and respiratory
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q8
    Removing waste from the body is the primary function of which body system?
    circulatory
    skeletal
    excretory
    nervous
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q9
    The human body is made up of several systems. The mouth, esophagus, and stomach are all parts of which system?
    digestive
    nervous
    skeletal
    circulatory
    30s
    7.L.1.4
  • Q10
    Which body system is MOST responsible for the filtering the blood?
    urinary system
    muscular system
    nervous system
    skeletal system
    30s
    7.L.1.4

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