Presentation on theme: "Q1 What will happen to bone which is heated strongly? A: Will become soft & rubbery B: Will dissolve C: Will become brittle and easily snapped D: No Effect."— Presentation transcript:
Q1 What will happen to bone which is heated strongly? A: Will become soft & rubbery B: Will dissolve C: Will become brittle and easily snapped D: No Effect Ans.: C
Q2 What structures help to keep the trachea open at all times? A: Incomplete rings of tendon B: Incomplete rings of cartilage C: Incomplete rings of Ligament D: Rings of 24 carat gold Ans.: B
Q3 What name is given to the structures inside the trachea that sweep away dust? A: Villi B: Mucus C: Cilia D: Bronchioles Ans.: C
Q4 Whilst inhaling what will be the effect on the diaphragm? A: It will relax & move up B: It will contract & move down C: It will remain unchanged D: It will snap Ans.: B
Q5 What substance in red blood cells does oxygen bind to? A: Platelets B: Haemoglobin C: Plasma D: Oxy-Haemoglogin Ans.: B
Q6 Which part of a joint is responsible for joining bone onto bone? A: Cartilage B: Ligament C: Tendon D: Synovial Membrane Ans.: B
Q7 What is the role of tendons? A: To reduce friction and cushion the joint B: Enclose synovial sac & produce synovial fluid C: To enclose the whole joint D: To join muscle onto bone Ans.: D
Q8 Which part of the brain deals with controlling heart rate & breathing rate? A: Medulla B: Cerebellum C: Cerebrum D: Mythenia Gravis Ans.: A
Q9 Which part of the ear deals with controlling balance? A: Cochlea B: Semi-Circular Canals C: Auditory Nerve D: Hammer, Anvil & Stirrup Ans. : B
Q10 In a reflex action, what order of neurones will the signal travel from the skin surface to the brain & back? A: Motor - Sensory - Relay B: Sensory - Relay - Motor C: Relay - Sensory - Motor D: Relay - Motor - Sensory Ans.: B
Q11 What name is given to the space in between 2 neurones? A: Synovial Junction B: Synapse C: Axon D: Reflex Arc Ans.: B
Q12 Which 2 substances join to form the mineral component of bone? A: Calcium & Sulphur B: Calcium & Phosphorus C: Calcium & Carbon D: Sodium & Chlorine Ans.: B
Q13 Which chamber of the heart will deoxygenated blood from the body tissues first enter? A: Right Atrium B: Right Ventricle C: Left Atrium D: Aorta Ans.: A
Q14 What type of joint only allows movement in one direction? A: Ball & Socket B: Hinge C: Gate D: Lock Ans.: B
Q15 Which part of the ear changes vibrations into nerve impulses? A: Cochlea B: Auditory Nerve C: Middle ear bones D: Eardrum Ans.: A
Q16 Which part of the brain deals with balance & muscle co- ordination? A: Medulla B: Cerebrum C: Cerebellum D: CNS Ans.: C
Q17 (a) Give a named example of two muscles that work a limb in opposite directions (b) What term is given to muscles which work in opposite ways to each other?
Q18 In the correct order, name the 4 key blood vessels that take blood into and away from the heart 1) Vessel taking blood into the right atrium 2) Vessel taking blood away from the heart to the lungs 3) Vessel taking blood from lungs to heart 4) Vessel taking blood from heart to rest of the body
Q19 Name 3 features of the alveoli and the area around them, that make them efficient for gas exchange?
Q20 Name 3 other components of blood, other than red blood cells
Tie Breaker 1 Name the two types of receptor cells at the back of the eye, & which type of light they are sensitive to
Tie Breaker 2 What name is given to the type of chemical that jumps across a synapse from one neurone to another?
Tie Breaker 3 What will happen to chest volume and chest air pressure when air is inhaled?
Tie Breaker 4 What is the combined age of everybody in this room
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