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Hele Skeletal System Quiz


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What do Red Blood Cells do?

A. Transport Oxygen?

B. Help with the Immune System

C. Help blood clot

D. carry cells around


From the video clip we watched in class, how long will a baby live who has osteogenesis imperfecta after birth?

A. The baby will not survive birth

B. A month

C. Just a year

D. A few days or weeks


What foods are especially helpful for healthy bones?

A. Broccoli

B. Yogurt

C. Ice cream

D. Spinach and Kale


What are the side effects of Osteogenesis Imperfecta?

A. Bones are strong and overgrow

B. Bones easily break and fracture

C. Lack of calcium


What happens to bones in space?

A. They become stronger

B. They lack Calcium

C. The grow bigger

D. They weaken


What part of your skeleton is the skull?

A. Appendicular Skeleton

B. Axial Skeleton


What are Invertebrates?

A. Animals that have bones on the outside of their bodies

B. Animals that do not have bones

C. Animals that have bones; specifically a back bone


What do White Blood Cells do?

A. I don’t know

B. Help blood clot

C. carry Oxygen around

D. Help with the Immune System


Where are new blood cells produced?

A. In the heart

B. Spongy Bone

C. Compact Bone

D. Bone Marrow


There are 206 of these in your entire body, what are they?

A. Nerves

B. Blood vessels

C. Bones

D. I don’t know


What does an Orthopedic Surgeon do?

A. Is a nurse in the Operating Room

B. Operates on the heart

C. Operates on bones

D. Operates on the kidneys


Where is bone marrow?

A. On the outside of the bone

B. In the blood

C. On the inside of bones

D. In the femur bone only


What does Hematopoiesis mean?

A. Mature blood cells

B. Blood cell Production

C. I don’t know

D. Bone cell production


What part of your skeleton is the hand bone?

A. Appendicular Skeleton

B. Axial Skeleton


What part of your skeleton is your arm bone?

A. Appendicular Skeleton

B. Axial Skeleton


What is the Appendicular Skeleton?

A. Protects organs vital for survival

B. Helps the body function, move around, and walk


What are Vertebrates?

A. Animals that have bones on the outside of their bodies

B. Animals that do not have bones

C. Animals that have bones; specifically a back bone


Which of the following is NOT a main purpose of the skeletal system?

A. To provide your body with new Calcium

B. Provide your body with structure

C. Gives your body the ability to move

D. Stores important minerals and chemicals like Calcium and Phosphate


What is the Axial Skeleton?

A. Protects organs vital for survival

B. Helps the body function, move around, and walk


What part of your skeleton is the vertebral column?

A. Appendicular Skeleton

B. Axial Skeleton


What part of your skeleton is the sacrum?

A. Appendicular Skeleton

B. Axial Skeleton


What do Platelets do?

A. I don’t know

B. Help blood clot

C. carry Oxygen around

D. Help with the Immune System




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