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NCSCOS Grade 7 Science - 7.L.1.4 Body Systems Diagnostic- (Systems for Control- Nervous, Endocrine, Immune)

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Grade 7
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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  • Q1
    Which of these is one function of the nervous system?
    controls body functions
    supplies the blood with oxygen
    supports body posture
    carries blood to and from the heart
  • Q2
    Which cells help to destroy pathogens such as bacteria that enter the human body?
    liver cells
    brain cells
    red blood cells
    white blood cells
  • Q3
    Functions of Organ Systems System 1 Digest and absorbs food System 2 Moves oxygen from the external environment into the body System 3 Defends the body from invading microorganisms and viruses System 4 Hormones to regulate body metabolism, growth, and reproduction The organs in System 3 are MOST likely part of the
    digestive system.
    endocrine system.
    immune system.
    respiratory system.
  • Q4
    What organ system in the human body contains the pituitary gland, hypothalamus gland, and thyroid gland?
    endocrine system
    reproductive system
    excretory system
    circulatory system
  • Q5
    The circulatory system and the endocrine system work together in the human body. Which describes one way in which these systems interact?
    absorbing nutrients from food and transporting them to cells in the body
    releasing hormones and transporting them to cells of the body
    taking in oxygen and transporting it to cells of the body
    collecting waste products from cells and transporting out of the body
  • Q6
    The brain, spinal cord, and nerves are organs that perform which primary function?
    producing male and female gametes
    supporting the body and enabling it to move
    conducting messages to coordinate body functions
    transporting oxygen, wastes, and nutrients throughout the body
  • Q7
    What statement is true about the immune system?
    It produces antibodies to fight bacteria.
    It produces new cells to carry oxygen.
    It produces electrical signals to control the body.
    It produces chemicals to regulate growth.
  • Q8
    The body’s response to a viral infection is to
    produce additional white blood cells to kill the virus.
    increase the secretion of enzymes to digest the virus.
    send more blood through the kidneys to filter out the virus.
    increase fluid intake to flush the virus out.
  • Q9
    What happens when your hand is near an open flame?
    The brain is required to decide the resulting action.
    Nothing happens unless you see your hand on the flame and decide to move your hand away.
    Sensory neurons process incoming information and determine a response automatically.
    Interneurons detect the change in temperature of the environment.
  • Q10
    What part of the body receives information from the senses?

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