Please fill in the information below. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. Gaseous exchange occurs at alveoli and cellular level using what principle? Transport Osmosis Diffusion Convection2. Name Structure D and E Alveoli, Bronchus Bronchi, Bronchiole Bronchus, Bronchiole Bronchiole, Bronchi3. Which of the following statements is TRUE Sternum move upward and forward exhalation. During inhalation, external intercostal muscles relax and internal intercostal muscles contract. Changes of the volume of cavity are workings of only the intercostal muscles and diaphragm. Only diaphragm, intercostal muscles and sternum, is involved in inhalation and exhalation4. From the diagram above Structure F is well adapted for its function of ______ Inhalation Anaerobic respiration Aerobic Respiration Gaseous Exchange5. From the equationCO2 + H2OH2CO3H+ + HCO3-____________ is the enzyme which catalyze the formation of _______________. Carbonic catalase, hydrogencarbonate ions Carbonic catalase, carbonic acid Carbonic anhydrase, hydrogencarbonate ions Carbonic anhydrase, carbonic acid6. Dome shaped muscle at the bottom of the lungs is the __________.(leave answer in lower case)7. Tiny sacs at the farthest end of the smallest airways are _________ which also branch off the bronchioles.(leave answer in lower case) alveoli8. What percentage of Oxygen makes up air? 21% 50% 40% 31%9. __________ are two air tubes branching off form the trachea and carrying air to the lungs bronchi epigotti larynx tranchea10. Which of these is the job of the respiratory system? Gas exchange between the external environment and the body's circulatory system. Breaking down food for it to be used by the body. All of the above Holding up the body and giving it support and shape.11. What is the pathway air takes during inhalation and exhalation? Lungs, Mouth Mouth, Lungs, Trachea Mouth, Trachea, Stomach, Lungs Mouth, Trachea, Lungs12. What exactly happens that allows you to breathe? E lets air into lungs then C takes in Hydrogen D contracts letting air into lungs A contracts allowing I to let air out A contracts letting air into the lungs13. The _____________ is the wind pipe and filters o Alvosis Bronchisis Trachea None of the above14. Oxygen rich blood is pumped out of which chamber of the heart into the aorta? Right Ventricle Left Atrium Left Ventricle Right Atrium15. What part(s) of the Respiratory System takes air to the lungs? Trachea, Lungs, Diaphragm, Larynx Trachea, Larynx, Pharynx Bronchioles, Diaphragm, Alveoli Bronchi, Bronchioles, Nasal Cavity, and Heart16. Lymph tissue and lymph nodes that protect the body from infection: Adenoids and tonsils Alveoli and sinuses Bronchi and trachea None of these17. Movement of air in and out of the lungs is due to _______ Diaphragm contracts and flattens External intercostal muscles contract and internal intercostal muscles relax Inhalation & Exhalation Difference in pressure18. Which vessel(s) carry deoxygenated blood to the lungs? Superior and Inferior Vena Cava Left and Right Pulmonary Arteries Pulmonary Capillaries Right and Left Pulmonary veins19. What are the common effects of Emphysema and Chronic bronchitis? Excessive mucus is secreted by the epithelium Surface area for gaseous exchange decreases Airway block making breathing difficult None of the above20. Air comprises the following components? Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen and Natural Gas Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Water Vapour and Natural Gas Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen and Water Vapour Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Natural Gas and Helium21. Name Structure A, B & C Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea Larynx, Trachea, Pharynx Trachea, Larynx, Pharynx Trachea, Larynx, Bronchus22. External respiration can be described as? The active process of inhalation The exchange of gases at a cellular level within the body The exchange of gases at alveoli level within the lungs The passive process of exhalation23. The diffusion of O2 and CO2 at a cellular level is described as? Internal respiration Gas transport Gas transfer External respiration24. Which of the following statements is FALSE C-shaped rings of cartilage are specialized structures of the trachea Cilia in the trachea helps in breathing, to sweep air into the lungs Heart is found in the thoracic cavity Glands cells secreting mucus help trap dust particle in the trachea25. Where does gas exchange occur in the respiratory system and what exactly diffuses in and out of the blood? Lungs, Oxygen and Nitrogen Diaphragm, Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Lungs, Carbon Dioxide and Glucose Alveoli, Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide26 out of 25Time is Up!