16/12/2019Human Respiratory System (STUDY BY TOPICS JUNIOR CLASS) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Human Respiratory System (STUDY BY TOPICS JUNIOR CLASS) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. Respiration is controlled by ______ Cerebrum Cerebellum Medulla oblongata Hypothalamus2. The trachea leads to the ____ Bronchi Pulmonary vessels Esophagus Bronchioles3. Carbon dioxide cannot be transported with hemoglobin. False True4. The number of gills present in Osteichthyes is ______ 5 pairs 2 Pairs 10 pairs 12 pairs5. If RQ is 0.6 in a respiratory metabolism it would mean that _________ Reaction is anaerobic Oxidation of respiratory substrate consumed more O2 than CO2 produced Organic acids are used as respiratory substrate Carbohydrate is used as respiratory substrate6. Finest branches of bronchial intercom are bronchioles. True False7. Cramps during exercise are caused due to _______ Lactic acid fermentation Alcohol fermentation Glycolysis inhibition Chemiosmosis8. Where does the external respiration take place nostrils lungs trachea cells9. Hyaline cartilage has a primary function of ___________ Connect conchae Increase the surface area Support trachea Protect thyroid10. After deep inspiration maximum expiration of lungs is called ________ Inspiratory capacity Vital capacity Functional residual capacity Total lung capacity11. The wind pipe is also called pharynx larynx mouth trachea12. Which disease is characterized by lungs being closed up with mucus making gaseous exchange difficult asthma pnemonia tuberculosis bronchitis13. How many oxygen molecules bound to hemoglobin to give 50% saturation? 6 4 2 714. Which of the following Produces maximum ATP? Fermentation Krebs cycle Oxidative Phosphorylation Glycolysis15. Which of this statement is TRUE for pulmonary respiration? Exchange of gases between blood and tissue cells Exchange of gases between alveoli of lungs and the blood Breathing between the atmosphere and the alveoli of the lungs Production of ATP16. Name the process of gaseous exchange in the body. Lymphatic system Respiratory system Cardiovascular system Respiration17. The majority of carbon dioxide produced by the body is transported to lungs _______ As bicarbonates Dissolved in blood Attached to hemoglobin As carbonates18. Which of the following controls the normal breathing process? Cholesterol Amino acids Ventral respiratory group Dorsal respiratory group19. Which disease is characterized by prolonged cough and pains bronchitis tuberculosis pneumonia asthma20. RQ of fat is ____________ one infinity more than one less than one21 out of 20Time is Up!