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Circulatory System - Pathway of Blood Quiz


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When blood comes in via the pulmonary veins, to what chamber does it empty into?

A. left atria

B. right atria

C. left ventricle

D. right ventricle


How much blood does your body hold?

A. 4-5 liters

B. 40-50 liters

C. 4-5 ounces


What type of blood does the pulmonary vein carry?

A. high in oxygen (red)

B. low in oxygen (blue)


What type of blood does the pulmonary artery carry?

A. high in oxygen (red)

B. low in oxygen (blue)


Which ventricle is considered the “strongest”?

A. right ventricle

B. left ventricle


Which vessel carries blood from the right ventricle to the body?

A. aorta

B. pulmonary artery

C. pulmonary vein

D. inferior vena cava


The “left” side of the heart carries only:

A. high in oxygen blood

B. low in oxygen blood


What type of blood does the right side of the heart carry?

A. high in oxygen

B. low in oxygen


What type of blood does the right ventricle carry?

A. low in oxygen

B. high in oxygen


Which blood vessel carries blood from the right ventricle to the lungs?

A. pulmonary vein

B. aorta

C. pulmonary artery

D. superior vena cava


When blood comes in via the superior and inferior vena cava, to what chamber does it empty into?

A. left atria

B. right atria

C. left ventricle

D. right ventricle


Top chambers of the heart.

A. atria

B. ventricles


Where does the blood flow once it leaves the pulmonary semilunar valve?

A. lungs

B. pulmonary arteries

C. pulmonary veins

D. aorta


Where does the heart get its oxygen?

A. lungs

B. pulmonary veins

C. pullmonary arteries

D. aorta


How many heart valves are there?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4


Where does the blood go once it leaves the aorta?

A. to the body

B. to the lungs

C. to the right ventricle

D. to the left ventricle


Name the valve on the right side of the heart between the right atria and right ventricle.

A. aortic semilunar valve

B. pulmonary semilunar valve

C. mitral valve

D. tricuspid valve




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