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1 3.2.3.H Blood Cells H Heartbeat Control Follow-Me – iQuiz

2 Q. True or False. A nucleus is absent from human red blood cells. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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4 Q. State two ways in which red blood cells differ from typical body cells e.g. from the cheek lining. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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6 Q. Name a group of white blood cells, other than lymphocytes. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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8 Q. State a precise location in the human body at which red blood cells are made. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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10 Q. Cardiac muscle may be described as a contractile tissue. Explain the meaning of the underlined term. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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12 Q. True or False. The sino-atrial node (pacemaker) is located on the right side of the heart. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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14 Q. What is the role of the SA (sinoatrial) and AV (atrioventricular) nodes in the heart? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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16 Q. Give any two functions of the lymphatic system. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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18 Q. Mention two ways to maintain a healthy heart. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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20 Q. Name the blood vessels that supply the heart cells with blood. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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22 Q. What causes the sound of a heartbeat? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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24 Q. Name the structure in the heart that controls the heartbeat. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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26 Q. Some people may have the blood group B Positive (B+).What factor is present in their blood that makes it positive? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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28 Q. Where in the body are white blood cells produced? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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30 Q. Blood is made up of plasma and blood cells. What is plasma? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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32 Q. Where is the pacemaker located in the heart? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

33 CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question

34 Q. What is the function of white blood cells? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

35 CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question

36 Q. Give the precise location of the SA node in the heart. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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38 Q. What is the role of valves in the heart? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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40 Q. Name the blood vessel that brings blood from the heart to the body. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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42 Q. Give two factors which cause an increase in heart rate. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

43 CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question

44 Q. Give the precise locations of the AV node in the heart. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

45 CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question

46 Q. What structure(s) protects the heart? Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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48 Q. Name the valve between the upper and lower chambers on the left-hand side. Aorta Can shorten Exercise; Anxiety; Drugs; Infection Eat less fat; Exercise regularly; Avoid excess stress; Eat less salt; Don’t smoke Coronary or Cardiac arteries Prevent backflow of blood Returns fluid to blood; Transport; Lymphocytes (Immunity) Rhesus Valves closing Right atrium wall Rib cage TRUE Bicuspid (mitral) valve Bone marrow Phagocytic (white cells); Monocytes Causes contraction of heart muscle; Impulse generation; Pacemaker In septum; Near tricuspid valve; Between atrium and ventricle Fight disease FALSE Marrow of long bones Pacemaker Liquid part of blood No nucleus; Haemoglobin; Shape; Size; No mitochondria; Carries O 2 or CO 2

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