Welcome to your Human Respiratory System (STUDY BY TOPICS JUNIOR CLASS) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. Which disease is characterized by cough arising from difficulty in breathingtuberculosisasthmabronchitispneumonia2. The majority of carbon dioxide produced by the body is transported to lungs _______As carbonatesAttached to hemoglobinDissolved in bloodAs bicarbonates3. Respiration is controlled by ______HypothalamusCerebellumMedulla oblongataCerebrum4. The structure which closes of larynx is ________GlottisEpiglottisAdam’s appleVocal cords5. Which one of the following mammalian cells are not capable of metabolizing glucose to carbon dioxide aerobically?RBCLiver cellsWBCUnstraited muscle cells6. Which of the following does not belong to conducting portion of the respiratory system?AlveoliPharynxBronchiolesNose7. Hyaline cartilage has a primary function of ___________Protect thyroidIncrease the surface areaSupport tracheaConnect conchae8. RQ of fat is ____________infinityonemore than oneless than one9. During inspiration the diaphragm _______ExpandsContractsRelaxesNo change10. Nose, larynx, pharynx, lungs, trachea, and bronchi are the parts of the respiratory system.TrueFalse11. The nostrils lead to themouthtrachealarynxpharynx12. When CO2 concentration in blood increased breathing becomes ____________no effect on breathingshallower and deeperfaster and deeperslow and deep13. Respiration is a physical process and depends on the principle of diffusion.FalseTrue14. Which of this statement is TRUE for pulmonary respiration?Breathing between the atmosphere and the alveoli of the lungsProduction of ATPExchange of gases between blood and tissue cellsExchange of gases between alveoli of lungs and the blood15. After deep inspiration maximum expiration of lungs is called ________Vital capacityTotal lung capacityFunctional residual capacityInspiratory capacity16. Pulmonary ventilation movements are due to _______Costal muscles and diaphragmWall of lungsDiaphragmCostal muscles17. Which disease is characterized by lungs being closed up with mucus making gaseous exchange difficultpnemoniaasthmatuberculosisbronchitis18. Where does the internal respiration take placecellstrachealungsnostrils19. Name the process of gaseous exchange in the body.Respiratory systemCardiovascular systemRespirationLymphatic system20. The wind pipe is also called pharynxtrachealarynxmouth21 out of 20Time is Up!