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your brain can control your breathing rate depending on the amount of ___ present in your blood.
a) sugar
b) water
c) carbon dioxide
d) oxygen

Besides the kidney, what other organ also filter blood to remove wastes?
a) lungs
b) liver
c) heart
d) bladder

The ___ system is made up of several different systems that function together to remove wastes from your body.
a) respiratory
b) urinary
c) circulatory
d) excretory

Inhaling the tar in ___ is the greatest contributing factor in lung cancer.
a) polluted air
b) coal dust
c) asbestos
d) cigarette smoke

The urinary system is important in regulating ___ in the body.
a) fluid levels
b) waste gases
c) undigested material
d) oxygen

What is the function of cilia that line the nasal cavity?
a) produce sticky mucus
b) moisten the air taken in
c) trap dust from the air
d) sweep away mucus and trapped materials

During dialysis an artificial kidney machine is used to ___.
a) increase lung pressure
b) produce bile
c) remove wastes from blood
d) pump blood through the heart

Which of the following is the correct pathway of air after it enters the nasal passages?
a) lungs, bronchi, trachea, larynx, pharynx
b) larynx, pharynx, bronchi, trachea, lungs
c) pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs
d) larynx, trachea, pharynx, bronchi, lungs

The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs takes place between the ___.
a) pharynx and lungs
b) bronchi and bronchiles
c) nostrils and lungs
d) alveoli and capillaries

Which of the following is a lung disorder that occurs when the bronchial tubes contract quickly?
a) emphysema
b) chronic bronchitis
c) asthma
d) common cold

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