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Effect of Exercise on Cardio Respiratory System & Muscular Quiz


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The amount of air inspired and expired with each normal breath.

A. Tidal volume

B. Vital Capacity

C. Breath Volume

D. Tidal Capacity


Responsible for transporting blood; arteries, veins and capillaries.

A. Blood Vessels

B. Blood pressure

C. Arteries

D. Veins


Which is NOT a LTE of cardiovascular system?

A. Increases recovery time

B. Lower resting heart rate

C. Increase is heart size and strength

D. Reduced resting blood pressure


Responsible for the clotting of blood.

A. Platelets

B. Plasma

C. Red Blood Cells

D. White Blood Cells


Tiny blood vessels that link arteries with veins.

A. Capillaries

B. Copillaries

C. Veins

D. Arteries


The amount of air inspired and expired with each normal breath is known as……

A. Stroke Volume

B. Vital capacity

C. Tidal Volume

D. Respiration


The following short term effects occur in the heart

A. HR increases, SV decreases and cardiac output increases

B. HR decreases, SV increases and cardiac output increases

C. HR increases, SV increases and cardiac output decreases

D. HR increases, SV increases and cardiac output increases


Blood vessels that takes blood away from the heart.

A. Arteries

B. Veins

C. Plasma

D. Artories


Which is a LTE of the skeletal system?

A. Reduced chance of osteoporosis

B. Joints are less stable

C. Reduce in bone density

D. Reduce in bone width


Ligaments and tendons become stronger from regular exercise, they connect ……..

A. ligaments: bone to bone. Tendons: muscle to bone

B. Ligaments: muscle to bone. Tendons: bone to bone

C. Tendons: muscle to muscle. Ligaments: bone to bone


Percentage of oxygen intake when breathing in

A. 79

B. 0.04

C. 21

D. 16


The interaction of the heart and lungs to supply oxygen to the muscles.

A. Cardiovascular system

B. Cardio-respiratory system

C. Respiratory system

D. Vital Capacity


Which is NOT an effect of LTE on respiratory system?

A. Increased lung volume

B. increased strength of repiratory muscles

C. Increased efficiency of gaseous exchange

D. Decreased cardio vascular endurance


An increase in size of the heart is known as

A. Muscular hypertrophy

B. Cardiac hypertrophy

C. Muscular atrophy

D. Cardiac atrophy


Short term effects of exercise begin to occur

A. Immediately

B. Half an hour after exercise

C. An hour after exercise

D. 24 hours after exercise


____________ are organs that contract to produce movement in the body.

A. muscles

B. tendons

C. skeleton

D. lungs


What does our body produce more of to carry more oxygen to the working muscles ?

A. Red blood cells

B. blood

C. white blood cells

D. muscle cells


Which exercise type predominantly causes lactate accumulation ?

A. Anaerobic

B. Aerobic


Which is an effect on the skeletal system?

A. Reduced chance of oesteoporosis

B. Muscles get bigger

C. Heart increases in size

D. Increased lung volume


Which of the following is not a LTE of exercise on the CV system?

A. Increase in alveoli

B. Cardiac hypertrophy

C. Increased bone density

D. Increase in red blood cells


Which is NOT a LTE on the body?

A. Muscles get bigger

B. Increased resting heart rate

C. Muscular endurance improves

D. Joints are more stable


Which of the following are long term effects of exercise

A. Increased muscular hypertrophy

B. Increased heart rate

C. Increased resting heart rate

D. Increased breathing rate


The number of times that your heart beats in a minute is what?

A. Stroke volume

B. Cardiac output

C. Heart Rate

D. Beats per minute


What acid builds up in muscles during exercise

A. Citric

B. Lactic

C. Hydrochloric

D. Sulphuric


Which is an effect on the muscular system?

A. Increase in bone width

B. Muscles get bigger

C. Quicker recovery rate

D. Increased efficiency of gaseous exchange




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