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Where does cellular respiration take place?
a) In the small intestine. b) In the cytoplasm of a cell. c) Mitochondria. d) In your alveoli.
What are the two inputs and outputs of cellular respiration?
a) glucose + c02 = oxygen + water b) glucose + water = oxygen + c02 c) oxygen + water = glucose + c02 d) oxygen + c02 = glucose + water
What is the correct order of oxygen through the respiratory system?
a) Lungs, larynx, bronchial tree, alveoli, nose, pharynx, bronchioles b) Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, lungs, bronchioles, bronchial tree, alveoli c) Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, lungs, bronchial tree, bronchioles, alveoli d) Nose, larynx, pharynx, trachea, bronchial tree, bronchioles, alveoli, lungs
What is a good model for cellular respiration?
a) Getting a popsicle instead of ice cream. b) Exchanging a check for cash at a bank. c) A tea bag in a cup of tea. d) Forgetting to turn in your homework at school.
What is the most important role of the nose in the respiratory system?
a) Lets dirt in and cools the air. b) Filters out dirt and cools the air. c) Filter out the dirt and warm the air. d) Lets dirt in and warms the air.
What is the purpose of the alveoli?
a) To bring oxygen to the bloodstream, and C02 out. b) To bring C02 to the bloodstream and oxygen out. c) To keep you alive, duh. d) To get blood to the heart.
Why do we need to have cellular respiration take place in our bodies?
a) Because we can’t use glucose as “fuel” of our body. We have to convert glucose to ATP. b) Because it’s the process of digestion. c) Because we can’t use ATP as “fuel” of our body. We have to convert ATP to glucose . d) To bring O2 into the bloodstream.
How do the vocal chords make sound?
a) Carbon dioxide moves over the vocal cords causing them to vibrate, making the sound. b) The vocal cords automatically vibrate and create sound on their own when you move your mouth. c) Saliva moves over the vocal chords and causes them to vibrate, making the sound. d) Air moves over the vocal cords causing them to vibrate, making the sound.
What is the trachea more commonly known as?
a) The voice box. b) The esophagus. c) The tube. d) The windpipe.
Where are the alveoli located AND why do we have so many of them?
a) Top of both lungs on the bronchi, and we have so many because it increases the surface area in the lungs for gas exchange. b) Bottom of both lungs on the bronchi, and we have so many because it decreases the surface area in the lungs for gas exchange. c) Top of both lungs on the bronchi, and we have so many because it decreases the surface area in the lungs for gas exchangea d) Bottom of both lungs on the bronchi, and we have so many because it increases the surface area in the lungs for gas exchange.
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