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Body System Quiz


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Which two systems are responsible for voluntary movement?

A. circulatory and excretory

B. digestive and circulatory

C. skeletal and muscular

D. skeletal and circulatory


What are the functions of Excretory system?

A. moving fast

B. removes waste products from cellular metabolism, filters blood

C. removes water


A disorder that affects the posture, balance and motor functions is called

A. unhealthy muscle

B. Disorder

C. Cerebral Palsy


What are the functions of Digestive System?

A. take in food, digest food into smaller molecules and absorb nutrients

B. take in food, and keep in the stomach for few days

C. take in the food in a quick manner


What is the function of cardio vascular system?

A. absorb water

B. movement of the body

C. Transport materials to and from cells


Responds to sensory information by transmitting signals to and from different parts of the body.

A. lymphatic system

B. endocrine system

C. cardiovascular system

D. nervous system


what are the main organs in the Muscular system?

A. Smooth, Skeletal, Cardiac

B. tissue, smooth

C. Smooth, muscle


what are the main organs involved in respiratory system?

A. Nose, Muscle

B. Nose, Trachea, Lung, Diaphragm

C. Kidney, liver


what are the main organs in the Excretory System?

A. Kidneys, brain

B. Kidneys, bladder, Ureter, Urethra

C. Kidneys, bones


What are the functions of Muscular system?

A. fight against bacteria

B. Allows for movement by contracting

C. breathing


which other body systems immune system interacts with?

A. Circulatory, Skeletal

B. Circulatory, tissue

C. circulatory, cell


What are the main organs in the immune system?

A. Bone, hand

B. Bone marrow, spleen

C. Bone, movement


What is the most important function of the digestive system?

A. Gas exchange

B. Break down food

C. Voluntary movement

D. Fight bacteria and disease


What is the most important function of the excretory system?

A. Break down food

B. Pump blood

C. Remove waste

D. Voluntary movement


what are the main organs involved in the digestive system?

A. Brain, bones, teeth, pancreas, Liver, Esophagus

B. Bones, muscle, mouth, teeth

C. mouth, teeth, pancreas, Liver, Esophagus, small intestine, large intestine, stomach


What are the functions of Skeletal System?

A. Protects organs, Provides shape and support, stores materials, produces blood cells, allows movement

B. Protect the cell and tissues

C. protect the body system from diseases


What is the biggest function of the respiratory system?

A. to pump blood

B. to help us digest food

C. to take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide

D. to help us fight disease and infection


What body system is associated with HORMONES?

A. Excretory

B. Endocrine

C. Integumentary

D. Nervous


Name a disorder that can happen with Excretory System?

A. Skin disease

B. Kidney Stones

C. Cancer


The protective covering of the body.

A. respiratory system

B. cardiovascular system

C. integumentary system

D. endocrine system


what is the function of Nervous System?

A. gathers the water

B. gathers and interprets information, responds to information, helps to maintain homeostasis.

C. movement of the body


What is the function of immune system?

A. Fights as a warrior in the war

B. Fight for movement

C. Fights off foreign invaders in the body


what is the function of Respiratory system?

A. Takes in food and digest

B. Takes in oxygen and removes carbon dioxide and water

C. Takes in water


what all other systems digestive system interacts with?

A. circulatory, cells, tissues

B. circulatory, muscular, nervous

C. nervous, cells, tissues


Muscle contraction that keep food moving alone in one direction through the digestive system.

A. epiglottis

B. nephrons

C. peristalsis

D. enzymes




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