Do You Know The Functions Of The Organ SySTEMs

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Do You Know The Functions Of The Organ Systems - Quiz

Do you know the functions of the various organ systems in the body? The body is made up of eleven organ systems, they all have specific functions but are interrelated to each other. The quiz here is perfect to help you check just how much you can remember. You must get at least 80% or retake the test. Please make sure to read all the questions carefully before answering. All the questions in this test are compulsory. So, make sure to attempt them well. All the best and believe in yourself.


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    Which organ system helps get oxygen into your blood and remove carbon dioxide? A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The respiratory system helps get oxygen into your blood and remove carbon dioxide. This is achieved through the process of breathing, where oxygen is inhaled into the lungs and then transported to the bloodstream. Carbon dioxide, a waste product, is then expelled from the body through exhalation.

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    Which organ system makes hormones that control your growth, moods, and behavior?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The endocrine system is responsible for producing hormones that regulate growth, moods, and behavior. This system includes glands such as the pituitary gland, thyroid gland, and adrenal glands, which release hormones into the bloodstream to target specific organs and tissues. These hormones play a crucial role in various bodily functions and can influence physical and emotional development, as well as behavior.

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    Which organ system helps support, protect, and move the body and also makes blood?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The correct answer is F, Skeletal. The skeletal system helps support and protect the body by providing a framework of bones. It also allows movement by providing attachment points for muscles. Additionally, the skeletal system is involved in the production of blood cells through a process called hematopoiesis, which occurs in the bone marrow.

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    Which organ system controls your thinking, movement, and senses?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The correct answer is A, Nervous. The nervous system is responsible for controlling our thinking, movement, and senses. It consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, which transmit signals throughout the body. This system allows us to process information, make decisions, move our muscles, and perceive the world around us through our senses.

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    Which organ system protects against water and disease and also controls your body temperature?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The correct answer is H, Integumentary. The integumentary system, which includes the skin, hair, and nails, protects the body against water loss and disease-causing agents. It acts as a barrier, preventing the entry of pathogens and regulating the loss of water through sweat. Additionally, the integumentary system helps to regulate body temperature through the process of sweating and dilation or constriction of blood vessels in the skin.

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    Which organ system moves your blood, oxygen, and nutrients through out your body?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The correct answer is B, Circulatory. The circulatory system, which includes the heart, blood vessels, and blood, is responsible for moving blood, oxygen, and nutrients throughout the body. It transports these substances to all the cells in the body, ensuring that they receive the necessary nutrients and oxygen for proper functioning.

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    Which organ system makes white blood cells to help fight disease?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The correct answer is K. Lymphatic. The lymphatic system is responsible for producing white blood cells, also known as leukocytes, which help to fight against diseases and infections in the body. These white blood cells play a crucial role in the immune response and help to identify and destroy pathogens and foreign substances in the body.

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    Which organ system moves your body?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The correct answer is D, Muscular. The muscular system is responsible for the movement of the body. It consists of muscles that contract and relax to allow for voluntary and involuntary movements. The muscles work together with the skeletal system to provide support and movement.

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    Which organ system breaks down your food into nutrients for your body to use?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. Muscular E. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. Integumentary I. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The correct answer is E, Digestive. The digestive system is responsible for breaking down food into smaller molecules that can be absorbed by the body. This process involves the mechanical digestion of food through chewing and the chemical digestion of food through the action of enzymes. The nutrients obtained from the breakdown of food are then absorbed into the bloodstream and used by the body for energy, growth, and repair.

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    Which organ system filters and cleans your blood?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. MuscularE. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. IntegumentaryI. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The correct answer is I, Urinary. The urinary system, which includes the kidneys, filters and cleans the blood by removing waste products and excess water, producing urine, and maintaining the balance of electrolytes in the body.

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    Which organ system makes sex cells to help form a fetus?A. Nervous      B. Circulatory    C. Respiratory      D. MuscularE. Digestive    F. Skeletal        G. Reproductive    H. IntegumentaryI. Urinary        J. Endocrine      K. Lymphatic

    Explanation
    The organ system that makes sex cells to help form a fetus is the reproductive system. This system includes the organs responsible for producing and delivering sperm in males and eggs in females. These sex cells, also known as gametes, unite during sexual reproduction to form a fetus.

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