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Q2_Summative Test 2

Quiz by Jennifer P. Ognita

Grade 6
Science
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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  • Q1

    Choose the letter ofthe best answer.

    1.What happens to the food after chewing?

    It is broken into smaller pieces

    It becomes drier for easy swallowing

    It is mixed with acids in the mouth

    It combines into bigger pieces

    30s
  • Q2

    What is the mass of food called as it enters the small intestine?

    chyme

    bolus

    feces

    amylase

    30s
  • Q3

    Which part of the digestive system physically digests the food?

    teeth

    large intestine

    saliva

    espahagus

    30s
  • Q4

    Digestive system breaks down food which serves as a good source of energy needed by our body. Which shows the path of food in the digestive system?

    esophagus-> mouth->small intestines->anus –>rectum->largeintestine

    esophagus-> mouth-> large intestine->small intestines->anus–>rectum

    mouth->esophagus->stomach->smallintestines->large intestine->rectum->anus

     

    mouth-> esophagus->stomach->small intestines-> anus–>rectum

    30s
  • Q5

    Which structure prevents the swallowed food from going ino the trachea?

    epiglotis

    pharynx

    tonsils

    larynx

    30s
  • Q6

    What do you call the rythmic, wave-like ovement of some muscles in yourbody?

    constriction

    peristalsis

    contraction

    relaxation

    30s
  • Q7

    Nostrils are the opening into the nasal passages that are lined with hairs called cilia. Why are cilia important?

    It dries up the dust present in the air.

    It warms up the dust present in the air.

     

    It filters the dust present in the air.

    It moistens the dust present in the air.

    30s
  • Q8

    Which is the major function of the integumentary system?

    Distribution of nutrients

    Protection of the internal body system

    Inhalation and exhalation

    Digestion of food taken

    30s
  • Q9

    Which part of the skin contains fats for food and energy storage?

    fatty layer            

    epidermis

    dermis

    subcutaneous layer

    30s
  • Q10

    Skin helps our body to maintain normal state. How does the skin regulates body temperature?

    It retains water

    It produces vitamin D

    It regulates fat content in the skin.

    It increases sweat production

    30s
  • Q11

    What do you call the outermost layer of the human skin that protects the body?

    dermis

    hypodermis

    hair follicles                

    epidermis

    30s
  • Q12

    What kind of blood vessels that carry oxygen-rich blood away from theheart?

    Capillaries

    Veins

    Ventricles

    Arteries

    30s
  • Q13

    They are thin- walled and floppy blood vessels that carry oxygen poor blood back to the heart.

    Veins

    Capillaries

    Arteries

    Ventricles

    30s
  • Q14

    Blood is the liquid part of the circulatory system. Which is the mainwork of the blood?

    It controls all the body’s activity and emotions

    It digests food needed by the body.

    It serves as a framework and allows movement of the body.

    It supplies nutrients and air to the body cells with the materials they need for nourishment and repair

    30s
  • Q15

    The function of this blood component is to stop the blood bleeding, or it clots the blood if it is exposed to the air.

    Plasma

    RBC

    Platelets

    WBC

    30s

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