Please fill in the information below. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. Which pathology is the inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose, causing a blocked, stuffed and runny nose? Rhinitis Sinusitis Hayfever Whooping cough2. Fermentation is a set of anaerobic pathways in which pyruvic acid is converted into other organic molecules in the cytosol True None of the above Maybe False3. The input/output of Glycolysis is __________ 1 ATP/ NADH Glucose/ Pyruvate Pyruvate/Glucose None of the above4. Small spaces in the skull thought to regulate the temperature and humidity of the air taken into the body. Sinuses Alveoli Tonsils Trachea5. One of the functions of the pleural membrane is to reduce friction between the lungs and the ribcage False True6. Why is it impossible to hold your breath and die? Because there's so much oxygen in your blood, you'll live forever. You don't need to breathe. Because you can't hold your breath in your hands. Because you'll pass out and begin breathing again.7. What carries air into the lungs. Sinuses None of the above Bronchi and bronchiole tubes Alveoli8. How many number of phosphates does ADP energy have 2 4 1 39. The loop of Henle absorbs metabolic wastes from the... Arterioles Capillaries Glomerulus Venuoles10. Pneumonia is the... Inflammation of the bronchi. Swelling of the throat. Loss of red blood cells. Building up of fluids in the lungs.11. Though which blood vessel does blood leave the heart and go to the lungs? Aorta Pulmonary vein Pulmonary capillaries Pulmonary artery12. Which organ(s) collects and excretes urea, excess salts, and water? Liver Small intestine Lungs Kidneys13. The nasal chamber does what to incoming air? Stops it Absorbs it Speeds it up Warms it14. Aerobic respiration occurs in the... Cytoplasm Mitochondria Nucleus Esophagus15. Which of the following is not part of the upper respiratry system? Nose Pharynx Oral cavity Trachea16. ATP can be synthesized by chemiosmosis only if electrons continue to move from molecule to molecule in the ETC. False True17. Which malfunction of the respiratory system is the destruction of alveolar walls? Emphysema Pneumonia Asthma Bronchitis18. Which of the following is INCORRECT regarding the lungs? Lungs are soft, spongy organs. Lungs are located in the thoracic cavity. Lungs are located in the abdominal cavity. The ribcage prevents water loss from the lungs.19. The loop of Henle is so long to increase... Time Reproduction of cells Surface area Oxygen productions20. The main purpose of respiration is for a plant or animal to produce ........ Water AZP Carbon Dioxide Energy21. Which pathology is caused by a chronic or acute inflammation of the bronchial tubes? Hay fever Bronchitis Emphysema Asthma22. The kidney leads to the ureter, which leads to the... Urinary bladder Urethra Liver Adrena gland23. The Lymph tissue and lymph nodes that protect the body from infection are Bronchi and trachea None of the above Adenoids and tonsils Alveoli and sinuses24. During which part of respiration do the diaphragm & intercostal muscles relax? Exhalation None of the above Both of the above Inhalation25. Which is the last stop of the urinary tract? Bladder Urethra Kidney Ureter26 out of 25Time is Up!