Immune/Skeletal/Muscular Systems: Question Preview (ID: 3955)

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Which body system’s function is to protect the body from and fight off disease-causing agents?
a) muscular b) excretory c) immune d) skeletal
What is the science term for “germs” or disease-causing agents?
a) vaccinations b) pathogens c) antibiotics d) infections
Which type of pathogen is single-celled, lives in every habitat, and may need antibiotics to fight against them?
a) broken bones b) cancer c) viruses d) bacteria
Which type of pathogen is DNA in a package and can be prevented by vaccinations?
a) viruses b) bacteria c) cancer d) broken bones
Anything that breaks down the structures or functions of an organism is known as a …
a) cancer b) swine flu c) cold d) disease
What are infectious diseases caused by?
a) homework b) organism/pathogen c) DNA d) genetic mutations
What types of diseases are caused by an organism’s own body failure?
a) non-infectious b) infectious c) deadly d) none
Which two body systems work together to allow movement?
a) reproduction and skeletal b) immune & skeletal c) muscular & excretory d) muscular & skeletal
Which body system’s function is to shape/support the body, protect organs, produce blood in marrow, and store calcium/phosphorus?
a) skeletal b) muscular c) excretory d) reproductive
There are two main types of muscle control. Voluntary movements you can control. What are automatic movements that you can’t control called?
a) jumps b) voluntary c) involuntary d) waving you hand
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