Organs And Body Systems: Question Preview (ID: 32657)

Below is a preview of the questions contained within the game titled ORGANS AND BODY SYSTEMS: Structure And Function .To play games using this data set, follow the directions below. Good luck and have fun. Enjoy! [print these questions]

Play games to reveal the correct answers. Click here to play a game and get the answers.

The wall that separates the right side of the heart from the left side is called the _______
a) villus b) cerebral cortex c) septum d) appendix
Which side of the heart pumps blood to the lungs to exchange gases?
a) right b) left c) d)
Which blood vessels take blood away from the heart?
a) veins b) ducts c) villi d) arterties
These thin blood vessels connect arties and veins.
a) villi b) capillaries c) atria d) ventricles
Gaps between neurons are called _______
a) islet cells b) villi c) synapses d) sphincters
Nerve cells that transmit messages are called _____
a) islet cells b) neurons c) glial cells d) synapses
These chemicals transmit messages between nerve cells.
a) neurotransmitters b) chyme c) surfactant d) sinoartial node
What is the main function of the digestive system?
a) It breaks down food into nutrients such as protein. b) It chews food. c) It transmits messages between the brain and the muscles. d) It exchanges gases.
This organ is part of the central nervous system.
a) heart b) brain c) kidneys d) lungs
This organ filters waste out of the blood and produces urine.
a) heart b) kidneys c) brain d) lungs
This organ takes carbon dioxide out of the blood and puts oxygen into the blood.
a) heart b) kidney c) brain d) lungs
In which digestive organ are most of the nutrients absorbed into the blood stream?
a) stomach b) mouth c) large intestine d) small intestine
Which organ produces bile?
a) stomach b) liver c) small intestine d) large intestine
Which is the only type of muscle that is considered to be voluntary?
a) skeletal b) cardiac c) smooth d)
The tube that brings air into the lungs is called the ____
a) esophagus b) common bile duct c) aorta d) trachea
Which of these causes you to breathe in?
a) Muscles in the mouth force air into the lungs. b) The walls of the ventricles contract. c) Your diaphragm contracts, lowering the pressure in your chest cavity. d) Your pyloric sphincter opens.
What happens to your respiratory rate when you exercise?
a) It increases. b) It decreases. c) It does not change. d)
This blood cells carries oxygen.
a) white blood cells b) red blood cells c) platelets d) plasma
This is the liquid portion of the blood.
a) white blood cells b) red blood cells c) platelets d) plasma
These cells help blood clot.
a) white blood cells b) red blood cells c) platelets d) plasma
Play Games with the Questions above at
To play games using the questions from the data set above, visit and enter game ID number: 32657 in the upper right hand corner at or simply click on the link above this text.

Log In
| Sign Up / Register