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1 Cardiovascular and Respiratory System
Jeopardy! Cardiovascular and Respiratory System

2 Systems Working together
Circulatory System Respiratory System Systems Working together Functions Water 100 200 300 400 500 600

3 Circulatory System 100 What is the primary function of the heart?
Create pressure that pumps blood throughout the body

4 Circulatory System 200 What are the parts of the cardiovascular system? Heart, blood, arteries, veins, and capillaries

5 Circulatory System 300 What is the primary function of the capillaries? Allow an exchange of gasses between the blood and body cells

6 Describe the parts of blood.
Circulatory System 400 Describe the parts of blood. Plasma – fluid part of blood Red Blood Cells – carry oxygen White Blood Cells – fight disease Platelets – clot together to stop bleeding

7 What is the function of platelets?
Circulatory System 500 What is the function of platelets? Stick together to form clots to stop bleeding and repair damaged blood vessels

8 What is the function of red blood cells?
Circulatory System 600 What is the function of red blood cells? Carry oxygen to cells in the body and pick up waste from cells in the body

9 How is the respiratory system dependent on the muscular system?
Inhaling can’t happen unless the lungs expand to take in air, and the diaphragm muscle contracts to inhale and relaxes to exhale air

10 What are the alveoli and why are they important?
Respiratory System 200 What are the alveoli and why are they important? Tiny air sacs that filter oxygen from the air into the blood stream and get rid of carbon dioxide

11 What is the main passage way to the respiratory system?
Nose

12 Daily Double! Daily Double! Daily Double! Daily Double!
Respiratory System 400 Daily Double! Daily Double! Daily Double! Daily Double! Describe in detail the path oxygen would take through the respiratory system and cardiovascular system. Oxygen is in air we breathe and enters through the nose, then travels through the pharynx, larynx, trachea, and bronchi where it enters the lungs. Inside the lungs the air continues through the bronchioles and into the alveoli. The alveoli pass the oxygen through the walls of the capillaries and to a red blood cell. The RBC takes the oxygen to the heart and the heart pumps the blood throughout the body. The RBC delivers the oxygen to cells in the body where it is used in cellular respiration to release energy.

13 Explain the function of the epiglottis in the respiratory system.
The epiglottis is a door or flap in the larynx that guards the trachea. It opens when we breath and closes when we eat.

14 What is the difference between respiration and cellular respiration?
Respiratory System 600 What is the difference between respiration and cellular respiration? Respiration is the process of how the body gets and uses oxygen and gets rid of carbon dioxide. Cellular respiration is the process in which the cells use the oxygen to release energy.

15 Systems Working Together 100
How does the respiratory system depend on the circulatory system? The respiratory system needs the circulatory system to deliver the oxygen and pick up carbon dioxide from around the body

16 Systems Working Together 200
How does the cardiovascular system depend on the skeletal system? The bone marrow in the skeletal system makes new blood cells for the cardiovascular system.

17 Systems Working Together 300
How does the circulatory system depend on the respiratory system? The circulatory system can’t bring oxygen into the body, so depends on the respiratory system to bring in oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide.

18 Systems Working Together 400
Which two systems work together to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide? Cardiovascular and Respiratory

19 Systems Working Together 500
How is breathing , respiration, and cellular respiration related? Breathing (inhalation and exhalation) must happen for respiration (getting and using oxygen and getting rid of carbon dioxide) to occur. Cellular respiration can’t happen unless all the cells of the body have a way to get oxygen.

20 Systems Working Together 600
At what point does the respiratory system interact with the circulatory system? The gasses are exchanged between the alveoli and the red blood cells filing through the surrounding capillaries

21 Functions 100 What is the primary function that the cardiovascular and respiratory system work together to perform? Respiration

22 Functions 200 What is the primary function of the blood vessels?
To carry blood throughout the body

23 Functions 300 Draw a picture of alveoli with capillaries. Explain how these two structures work together. Alveoli filter oxygen from the air and pass it through the thin walls to the blood stream. Red blood cells traveling through the capillaries pass carbon dioxide into the alveoli so the body can get rid of it.

24 Functions 400 What is the function of white blood cells in the body?
Destroy pathogens, fight disease & infection

25 What is the function of plasma?
Functions 500 What is the function of plasma? The water in the plasma acts a temperature regulator as it circulates through the body

26 Functions 600 What is the function of blood?
Deliver nutrients and pick up waste around the body

27 Temperature Regulator
Water 100 What is a property of water that is most beneficial to organisms during hot weather? Temperature Regulator

28 Water 200 What is a way that water is important to fish?
Carries dissolved oxygen

29 Water 300 What is the function of gills?
Filter dissolved oxygen from the water

30 What organ in the human body is similar to gills in fish?
Water 400 What organ in the human body is similar to gills in fish? lungs

31 Water 500 What is the role of water in regards to respiration?
Water is one of the byproducts given off during cellular respiration

32 Water 600 What are the roles of water in regards to the cardiovascular system? Temperature regulator – water absorbs heat during cold and the body releases water during hot Metabolite – water helps with chemical reactions in cells


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