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Unit 2/2 Quiz: Body Systems

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  • Q1
    What is the primary function of this body system?
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    The protection of vital organs from injury
    The transport of nutrients, water, and oxygen to body cells
    The production of hormones that regulate growth and metabolism
    The chemical breakdown of food into smaller pieces
  • Q2
    Which two systems work together to provide oxygen to cells?
    lymphatic and nervous systems
    immune and respiratory systems
    respiratory and circulatory systems
    digestive and skeletal systems
  • Q3
    Heart muscles contract and relax. What is the most important effect of this action on the human body?
    Energy is generated for other organs
    Blood is pushed through vessels
    The heart gets needed exercise
    The heart beats rhythmically
  • Q4
    How is the cell wall similar to the integumentary system?
    Both absorb nutrients and water
    Both provide a protective barrier
    They are not similar
    Both utilize the energy from the sun
  • Q5
    In order for these runners to have an ample supply of nutrients sent to all parts of their body, what are the two systems that function together to perform this task?
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    Digestive and Circulatory
    Digestive and Respiratory
    Skeletal and Muscular
    Respiratory and Muscular
  • Q6
    Which step in the digestive process represents a chemical change in food?
    Churning of food, liquids, and digestive juices in the stomach
    Storing of swallowed food in the stomach
    Substances in the mouth and stomach breaking down fats and proteins
    Movement of food down the esophagus to the stomach
  • Q7
    What is the name of System C in the table?
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  • Q8
    The largest human body organ, which regulates temperature and serves as a barrier against harmful microorganisms, belongs to the -
    Digestive System
    Muscular System
    Integumentary System
    Respiratory System
  • Q9
    Which statement best describes the function of the human body system in the above diagram?
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    Produces and secretes hormones which regulate metabolism, growth, and development
    Supplies oxygen to blood and removes carbon dioxide from blood
    Breaks down food into nutrients and wastes
    Provides support and movement for the body
  • Q10
    All of the following are true EXCEPT —
    The kidneys are organs in the digestive system
    The bladder is an organ in the urinary system
    The skin is an organ in the integumentary system
    The heart is an organ in the circulatory system
  • Q11
    Which system is responsible for the creation of offspring?
    Skeletal System
    Urinary System
    Reproductive System
    Respiratory System
  • Q12
    Which system provides humans with the ability to understand and react to environmental events?
  • Q13
    In humans, carbon dioxide that is excreted passes from the blood directly into the -
  • Q14
    Which set of organs belong together?
    intestines, stomach, mouth, esophagus
    heart, veins, arteries, cartilage
    lungs, trachea, bones
    kidneys, bladder, skin
  • Q15
    Which cell organelle has the same function as our nervous system?
    Cell Wall

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