Respiratory System Quiz
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Label the parts of the lungs as shown in the diagram above.
Which of the following muscles help with inhalation and exhalation during exercise? Select all of the correct answers.CorrectIncorrect
Put the following statements into the correct order.
The air reaches the alveoli
Oxygenated blood then travels around the body in order to provide the muscles with energy
Air enters the body and travels down the trachea
The air travels through the bronchi and into the bronchioles
At this point oxygen diffuses into the bloodstream
What are the features of the alveoli that allow gas exchange to happen effectively? Select all of the correct answers.CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following are products of cellular respiration? Select all the correct answers.CorrectIncorrect
Why does diffusion occur at the site of the muscles and the lungs?CorrectIncorrect
What attaches to oxygen within red blood cells?CorrectIncorrect
Match the lung volume with the correct definition.
- The amount of air inspired and expired with each normal breath at rest or during exercise
- The volume of oxygen an athlete can consume per minute while exercising at maximum capacity
- The maximum amount of air that can be forcibly inhaled and exhaled
Which of the following lung volumes increase during exercise? Select all of the correct answers.CorrectIncorrect
Match the correct percentages of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in each of inhaled and exhaled air.
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