The respiratory and circulatory systems work together to carry

Part I
1. The respiratory and circulatory systems work
together to carry _____________ to the body’s cells and to remove ____________
from those cells.
2. (2
pts) Cellular Respiration: ____________
+ _________→ _________ + __________ + __________
3. Respiratory
System: (5 pts)
1. Nose
2. Mouth
3. ______________________
4. Lung
5.
_____________________
6. Diaphragm
7.
____________________
8.
___________________
9. Bronchus
10. Bronchioles
11.
__________________

Blood is made up of plasma and blood
cells.
Give a fact for each blood cell type: ( 3 pts)
4. Red Blood Cells:
5. White Blood Cells:
6. Platelets:

Part 2
Path
of Blood Through the Heart (2 pts) **
MEMORIZE THIS **
7. Superior Vena Cava→
_________________ → Right Ventricle → Pulmonary Artery→
______________ → Left Atrium → ________________ → _______________ → Rest of Body

Blood
Vessels: (3 pts)
8. Arteries: Carry ____________________ blood away from
the heart
9. Veins: Carry ____________________ blood towards the
heart
10. Capillaries: Tiny vessels where __________ and nutrients
are exchanged.

Blood
Pressure: (2 pts)
11. Systolic Pressure:
First number, and is felt in the ______________________ when the heart
ventricles contract.
12. Diastolic Pressure:
Second number, force on the _________________________ when the heart
ventricles relax.

List
at least two types of cardiovascular diseases:
(2 pts)
13.
14.

Matching
Activity
A. White blood cells E.
Capillaries
B. Trachea F.
Blood Pressure
C. Artery G.
Alveoli
D. Vein H.
Red Blood Cells

15. ______ Blood cell that contains hemoglobing and
carries oxygen.
16. _______ One of many tiny air sacs at the end of the
bronchioles in the lungs that provide surface area for gas exchange to occur
with the circulatory system.
17. _______ The force that flowing blood exerts against
the wall of a blood vessel.
18. _______ Large blood vessels that carry oxygenated
blood away from the heart.
19. ______ Blood vessels that carry deoxygenated blood
from the body back to the heart.
20. ______ Micorscope blood vessels that penetrate tissue
and allow gas exchange of gases and other substances between the blood and
intersitial fluid.
21. _______ The tube that connects the larynx to the
bronchi, also called the windpipe.
22. ________ Blood cell that protects against infection
and attackes parasites and bacteria.

ON YOUR OWN EOC TYPE QUESTIONS (2 pts each)

23. What
are the reactants for cellular respiration?

A. H2O
and O2
B.
Glucose and O2
C.
Glucose and CO2
D. H2O
and CO

24. Which of the following
is the correct pattern of airflow during inhalation?

a.
nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea,
bronchi, bronchioles
b.
pharynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs
c.
larynx, pharynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles
d.
nasal cavity, larynx, pharynx, trachea,
bronchioles, bronchi

25. The rate
at which blood flows through the human body changes in response
to many factors. Which statement
describes one of these factors and its effect on blood flow?
A.The narrowing of blood vessels
increases pressure and leads to faster blood flow.
B. High blood viscosity increases
the resistance in the blood vessels and leads to slower
blood flow.
C. Low blood pH decreases
the rate of diffusion through the blood vessels and leads to
slower blood flow.

D.The changing of the shape
of red blood cells to a crescent shape decreases resistance and
leads to faster blood flow.

26. Illnesses can
often lead to fever and dehydration.
How might these
symptoms affect a person’s cardiovascular system?
A. Fever and dehydration
increase body temperature and fluids, which
decrease a person’s
heart rate and respiration.
B. Fever and dehydration
increases body temperature and decreases
the amount of fluids,
which increase a person’s heart
rate and respiration.
C. Fever and dehydration
increase body temperature and decrease in
the amount of fluids,
which decrease the viscosity
of the blood
D. Fever and dehydration
increases body temperature and fluids, which
increase the viscosity of
the blood.

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