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2 Diagrams Circulatory System Breathing Miscellaneous Cellular Respiration FJ

3 What is being demonstrated in the picture below?

4 cellular respiration that occurs in all body cells.

5 The figure best illustrates?

6 How blood flows through the heart.

7 The pictures below are modeling?

8 Gas exchange of CO2 and O2 at the alveoli.

9 Syringe Model: What are the limitations and strengths of this model?

10 StrengthsLimitations Fluid in the pleural cavityOne lung Diaphragm works properlyMouth too large Limited space in the pleural cavity No bronchiole tubes diaphragm moves downward during inhalation Chest cavity does not move Pulling down the rubber bottom increases the volume within the syringe balloon fills with air

11 Is this diagram showing A person inhaling or exhaling?

12 Exhaling: Diaphragm going up and Chest going down (decreasing the volume of chest cavity)

13 These move blood Away from the heart

14 Arteries

15 These move blood towards (into) the heart

16 Veins

17 These prevent back flow of blood in the heart and keep the blood moving in one direction. They are also present in veins!

18 Valves

19 Why is the heart considered a double pump?

20 The right side of the heart pumps to the lungs and the left side pumps to the rest of the body OR The atria (2 atriums) pump together and ventricles pump together. OR The heart receives blood from the body and the lungs & the heart pumps blood to the body and the lungs

21 How does the blood flow through the heart? Draw arrows in.

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23 What is the correct order of structures that air would pass through to reach the alveoli, starting at the mouth.

24 Mouth,Trachea, Bronchi, Bronchioles, Alveoli

25 All the air that you can forcibly exhale, after taking a breathe.

26 Vital Capacity

27 When the chest goes up and out and the diaphragm down

28 Inhaling

29 The amount of air inhaled and exhaled in a normal breathe.

30 Tidal volume

31 Describe the movement of the two gases exchanged in the lungs?

32 O 2 is inhaled and arrives at the alveoli, and O 2 diffuses from the alveoli into bloodstream and CO 2 diffuses out of blood into the alveoli and is exhaled.

33 What do scientists use to show a concept using graphics, math, constructing an object to represent the real object, or to simplify a complex process?

34 A model

35 What is the unit we use to label a Measure of HEAT ENERGY?

36 a Calorie

37 Are the following beneficial or risk factors for your blood pressure? Smoking, Obesity, High Cholesterol

38 Risk factors for high blood pressure

39 You have 2 samples (X & Y) of food, of equal volume, and we burn them, while holding them under a beaker filled with 1000 grams of water. The starting temperature of the water was 20 degrees Celsius. Sample X when heated, raised the temperature of the water to 45 degrees C and sample Y when heated, raised the temperature of the water to 60 degrees C. How many Calories are in sample Y?

40 40 Calories

41 What are the two forms of oxidation?

42 Combustion (not in body) & Cellular respiration (in the body)

43 This product of Cellular Respiration enables humans to perform life activities.

44 Energy (ATP)

45 These are the waste products of cellular respiration.

46 What are CO 2 & H 2 O & Heat (most of it)

47 What products from cellular respiration are carried back to the lungs where they are exhaled?

48 The waste products (CO2, H2O, Heat) Are exhaled to make room in the body for what we need.

49 Because of _____ ________ ____, gas exchange works more efficiently with the millions of alveoli, in the lungs.

50 Increased surface area

51 Combustion occurs when oxygen and a fuel combine and are ignited with a spark (flame); Cellular respiration occurs when oxygen and glucose combine in the mitochondria. This reaction is started by __________.

52 Enzymes

53 What is the recipe (chemical equation) for cellular respiration?

54 Glucose + oxygen ENERGY (ATP) + H CO 2 + heat (  ) Means oxidation occurs In Out

55 Final Jeopardy Respiratory and Circulatory System

56 Final Jeopardy Select a diagram and explain everything you know about it


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