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Respiratory System Quiz - Level 3

20 Questions  I  By Keb1980
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1.  The function of the respiratory system is to inhale carbon dioxide?
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B.
2.  During which part of respiration do the diaphragm & intercostal muscles relax?
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3.  What type of cartilage is found at the top of the sternum?
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4.  Which lung has less lobes and is therefore smaller?
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5.  Which pathology is caused by a bacteria, resulting in the alveoli becoming filled with inflammatory cells and becoming solid?
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6.  Which part of the respiratory system produces sound?
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7.  Which pathology is the inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose, causing a blocked, stuffed and runny nose?
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8.  Which part of the respiratory system humidifies air?
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9.  One of the functions of the pleural membrane is to reduce friction between the lungs and the ribcage
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10.  When oxygen passes through the bloodstream, it binds with haemoglobin to form:
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11.  Another name for the throat is :
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12.  Where can the pulmonary capillary network be found?
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13.  During which stage of respiration does the pressure of the thorax decrease, resulting in greater pressure outside of the body?
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14.  The trachea is made up mainly of:
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15.  Which pathology is caused by a chronic or acute inflammation of the bronchial tubes?
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16.  During gas exchange, oxygen and carbon dioxide diffusion occurs in the:
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17.  Which type of blood cell carries oxygen from the lungs around the body?
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18.  Though which blood vessel does blood leave the heart and go to the lungs?
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19.  How much oxygen is inhaled ?
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20.  How much carbon dioxide is inhaled?
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