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© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration1 Respiration
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration2 Q1. Give the technical term for the windpipe – the tube between throat and lungs?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration3 A1. Trachea
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration4 Q2. The windpipe splits into two of these – one to each lung
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration5 A2. Bronchus
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration6 Q3. What are the tiny air bags with large surface area, found in the lungs, called?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration7 A3. Alveoli
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration8 Q4. What is the red substance in blood that carries oxygen called?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration9 A4. Haemoglobin
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration10 Q5. What thick walled blood vessels carry blood away from the heart to the rest of the body?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration11 A5. Arteries
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration12 Q6. Which blood vessels carry blood back to the heart?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration13 A6. Veins
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration14 Q7. What do we call the thin blood vessels that are only one blood cell wide?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration15 A7. Capillaries
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration16 Q8. Name the process of mechanical movement of air in and out of the lungs?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration17 A8. Breathing Ventilation
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration18 Q9. Name the red liquid mixture that carries oxygen and food to every cell?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration19 A9. Blood
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration20 Q10. Give the scientific term for drawing air into the lungs – to breathe in
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration21 A10. Inhale
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration22 Q11. Give the scientific term for pushing air out of the lungs – to breathe out
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration23 A11. Exhale
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration24 Q12. Name the chemical reaction taking place in all living cells where glucose and oxygen react to release energy
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration25 A12. Respiration
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration26 Q13. Name the gas in the atmosphere needed for respiration
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration27 A13. Oxygen
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration28 Q14. Name the gaseous product of respiration
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration29 A14. Carbon dioxide
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration30 Q15. Name the muscular organ that pumps blood around the body
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration31 A15. Heart
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration32 Q16. What is the flow of blood around the human body called?
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration33 A16. Circulation
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration34 Q17. Name the simple sugar fuel used in respiration
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration35 A17. Glucose
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 8b - Respiration36 Well Done! Now check your score
Respiration is a chemical process in which energy is released from food substances. Respiration is a series of actions in which energy is released.
The Respiratory System. The process in which oxygen and glucose undergo a complex series of chemical reactions inside cells is called… RESPIRATION.
The Terminal End of the Breathing Tube After oxygen passes into the lungs through the bronchial tubes, it moves into tiny sacs called alveoli Alveoli.
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© Boardworks Ltd of 20 © Boardworks Ltd of 26 KS3 Biology 8B Respiration.
Respiration The respiratory system brings air rich in oxygen into the body and gets rid of air rich in carbon dioxide.
Our body has different systems. The different systems work together as a team to keep us alive and healthy.
Arteries: Carry blood carrying O 2 away from the heart to the cells Veins: Take blood carrying CO 2 back to the heart and lungs Capillaries: Allow.
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Unit 3 Lesson 4 How Do Our Bodies Move, Breathe, and Circulate Blood? Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM How does it work?. Take in a big breath Observe what happens when you breathe. What movement did you notice? Which system is.
How your body generate Energy 1.Through process of Cellular respiration 2.Two ingredients (Oxygen and nutrients from food) require in order to produce.
Chapter 3.3. This year we will look at 3 of the 11 organ systems found in humans; 1. Digestive system 2. Respiratory system 3. Circulatory system.
Circulatory/Respiratory Test Review Test is Wednesday, December 3 rd.
The Circulatory System How it all gets around in your body!
The Respiratory System group of organs that take in oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide.
HOMEWORK: TEXTBOOK PAGES Q’S 1-5 Do NOW: PRE-TEST :
The Respiratory System. The respiratory system is the group of organs that takes in oxygen and gets rid of carbon dioxide Respiration is another name.
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Plants, Soil and Humans. Review: Producers and Consumers Producers Get their energy from the Sun Consumers Get their energy from producers.
Respiratory System Notes Notebook page. 1. Respiration Moves oxygen (O 2 )from the outside environment into the body Removes carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) and.
© Boardworks Ltd 2003 When something burns, heat and light energy is released. This process will produce energy if there are 2 main ingredients. Energy.
Respiration & Breathing. Our cells need energy… For: Movement (muscle contraction) Heat generation (37°C) Active transport (absorption in the gut) Nerve.
Circulatory System. Functions of the Circulatory System Blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the cells in the body Blood picks up carbon dioxide and.
Gas Exchange in Humans Ch. 9 pp Gas exchange occurs at special surfaces Animals and plants get their oxygen directly from their surroundings.
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Blood Vessels Arteries, veins, and capillaries. Arteries Take blood away from the heart Have thick walls Usually carry oxygen-rich blood – Exception:
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The Respiratory System Trachea / Wind pipe Lung Rib Bronchus Diaphragm Air sacs / Alveoli Bronchiole Muscles.
Kate,Lily, and Alyssa. Right Side of the heart When your heart beats it pushes blood out of the right ventricle to the lungs. The bloods cells that are.
The beginning. Oxygen first enters your body and Carbon Dioxide leaves Air enters the nose and is filtered by tiny hairs called cilia, it is moistened.
Chapter 23 Respiration and Excretion. When we exercise why do we breathe hard? Because your body needs more energy to sustain the activity that you are.
When you breathe in, air enters your lungs. Inside the lungs are many tiny air sacs called alveoli.
Unit 3 Lesson 3 Circulatory and Respiratory Systems Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
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