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Exercise is important for cardiovascular health because it
a) reduces sodium in the blood. b) strengthens heart muscle. c) slows the heartbeat. d) increases blood pressure.
What is the function of lymph nodes?
a) to transfer oxygen b) to make new lymph c) to return lymph to the bloodstream d) to trap disease-causing bacteria
Blood types are determined by
a) marker molecules on red blood cells. b) the kinds of blood that are available for transfusion c) marker molecules on white blood cells. d) the presence of fibrin in plasma.
In which vessels are materials exchanged between the blood and the body cells?
a) veins b) lymphatic system c) arteries d) capillaries
Which component of blood carries oxygen to the body cells?
a) plasma b) platelets c) red blood cells d) white blood cells
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart are called
a) arteries. b) capillaries. c) veins. d) lymphatic vessels.
The function of the atria is to
a) pump blood to the body. b) deliver oxygen to body tissues. c) receive blood that comes into the heart. d) pump blood to the lungs.
Which of these is NOT a function of the cardiovascular system?
a) controlling many body processes by means of chemicals b) carrying oxygen, glucose, and other needed materials to cells c) carrying waste products away from cells d) transporting cells that attack disease-causing microorganisms
Where does the aorta carry the blood?
a) to the body b) to the lungs c) to the left atrium d) to the right atrium
What would probably happen if the body did not have white blood cells?
a) We would be superhumans. b) Blood would not be able to clot. c) Oxygen could not be taken to all parts of the body. d) The ability to fight disease would be weakened.
It keeps the blood from flowing backwards.
a) Septum b) Valves c) Aorta d) Inferior Vena Cava
It keeps the oxygen-rich and oxygen-poor blood from mixing
a) Septum b) Valves c) Aorta d) Superior Vena Cava
It sends oxygen-rich blood to the body.
a) Left atrium b) Right atrium c) Left ventricle d) Right ventricle
It receives blood from the body that is low in oxygen.
a) Left atrium b) Right atrium c) Left ventricle d) Right ventricle
It sends oxygen-poor blood to the lungs.
a) Left atrium b) Right atrium c) Left ventricle d) Right ventricle
It receives oxygen-rich blood from the lungs.
a) Left atrium b) Right atrium c) Left ventricle d) Right ventricle
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