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Can you name the information about the cardio-respiratory system?

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What kind of cell carries oxygen from the lungs to the cells of your body?
Do veins carry blood to the heart or away from the heart?
Does a pacemaker cause the heart muscles to contract or relax?
What is the common name for LEUKOCYTES
What is the name of the air sacs where gas exchange occurs in the lungs?
Which type of blood vessel carries oxygen-rich blood away from the heart?
Which part of the cardio-respiratory system is very thin allowing for the diffusion of nutrients and gasses?
Does the diaphragm go up or down during exhalation?
What is the high pressure component of the heart cycle where blood is expelled from the heart chambers?
What the name of the maximum amount of air a person can expel from the lungs after a maximum inspiration?
Does the aorta or the pulmonary arteries carry the OXYGENATED blood?
Which blood vessel has a high concentration of oxygen, a low concentration of carbon dioxide and a high hydrostatic pressure?
Do arteries carry blood to the heart or away from the heart?
What creates a one way path in systemic veins?
What is the function of blood platelets
What is the scientific name for WHITE BLOOD CELLS
What is the name for the tubes that branch from the bronchi in the lung?
What is the name of the area at the back of the throat, where the digestive and respiratory pathways meet?
Do arteries have high or low pressure?
What does one type of blood cell do to fight infection?
Which is the most muscular chamber of the heart?
Does the volume in the lungs increase or decrease during INHALATION?
What allows more space for haemoglobin to be packed into a red blood cell?
What is the name of the flap which prevents food from going down the trachea?
What adaptations make alveoli good at gas exchange?
Which part of the cardio-respiratory system is well adapted for diffusion of gases and nutrients?
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Which respiratory tissues are adapted to gas exchange by being thin, moist and having a large surface area?
Does the aorta or the pulmonary arteries carry the DEOXYGENATED blood?
What is the name of the lymphatic, lumpy sponges of tissue at the back of the nose?
Which is the most muscular type of blood vessel?
Do veins have high or low pressure?
What is the name of the maximum amount of air that can be inhaled after a normal inspiration?
Which valve closes and makes the LUBB sound in the heart?
What is the name of the large vein that carries de-oxygenated blood from the lower half of the body into the right atrium of the heart?
Do veins or arteries have valves made of tissue?
Do veins, arteries or capillaries have the greatest overall surface area?
What is the common name for ERYTHROCYTES?
Which part of the cardio-respiratory system has a small diameter which helps with diffusion of nutrients and gasses?
What keeps blood going in one direction to the heart in a vein?
Which kind of veins have valves to prevent backing up or pooling?
Which system does the right hand side of the heart supply blood to?
What do the red blood cells in the capillary pass through the wall of the surrounding cells?
Which cell contains haemoglobin?
What is the scientific name for RED BLOOD CELLS?
During inhalation what kind of pressure is created?
What is the name given to the volume of ari that can be exhaled after tidal volume?
Which blood vessel has the highest pressure?
Which blood vessels has the largest reservoir of blood?
Which cell contains haemoglobin?
Where does the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide take place?
What does the artery pass to the capillary?
What is the name of the blood vessel that has a large diameter, is short, and carries deoxygenated blood from the upper half of the body to the heart's right atrium.
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Which blood vessels are thin and stretchy?
What does a pacemaker use to cause the heart muscles to contract?
What is the name of the tube that branches from the trachea and enters the lungs?
Which system does the left hand side of the heart supply blood to?
Does the diaphragm go up or down during inhalation?
What is the name of the NORMAL breathing cycle?
What is the scientific name for white blood cells?
What is do the blood platelets form?
What squeezes some of the veins to keep the blood moving?
Does the volume in the lungs increase or decrease during EXHALATION?
Which cells protect the body against invading micro-organisms?
Which molecule in the body binds reversibly to oxygen?
What is the name of the artery that supplies the head and neck with oxygenated blood?
Which cell is flexible and elastic so it can squeeze through the capillaries?
Which valve closes and makes the DUBB sound in the heart?
What cell is shaped like a disk to increase the surface area?
Which valves make the LUBB DUBB sounds in the heart?
What is the name for the cells that prevent you don’t bleed too much when you get cut?
What is the name of a yellowish liquid in the blood?
What medical device generates electrical signals to stimulate the heart to contract?
Which part of the body produces white blood cells?
What is normal blood pressure in “mm Hg”?
What is the name of the blood vessel that that brings deoxygenated blood from the head back to the heart via the superior vena cava?
What is the relaxation stage of the cardiac cycle that allows blood to flow into the heart chambers?
What kind of cell has no nucleus?
What do the atria-ventricular and semilunar valves do to create the LUBB DUBB sounds in the heart?

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