Lung & Breathing Quiz
When we breathe out, our diaphragm becomes
A. relaxed and dome shaped
B. contracted and flattened
C. relaxed and flattened
D. dome shaped and contracted
The lungs are protected by the ribs.
After you inhale, where does the oxygen go down to get to your lungs?
A. Your heart
B. Your diaphragm
C. Your blood vessels
D. Your windpipe
You have 2 bronchi, each one is called a _____________.
What is the name of the two main branches from the trachea (one to each lung)?
What muscles are used in breathing in
A. diaphragm and intercostals
B. diaphragm and lungs
Which of the following show the air passage for exhalation?
A. windpipe–> lungs –> nose
B. lungs –> nose –>windpipe
C. lungs –>windpipe–> nose
D. nose –>windpipe–> lungs
What is the muscle under the lungs called?
What is the name for the microscopic air sacs at the end of the bronchioles?
Where does the oxygen that we breathe get absorbed into the blood?
A. The nose
B. The windpipe
C. The heart
D. The lungs
What do nose hairs and mucus do to inhaled air?
A. Filter out dust particles
B. Provide nutrition
C. Transfer oxygen molecules
D. Cool air down
Which gas we take in when we inhale?
B. Carbon dioxide
How many lungs do you have?
Which of the following will cause faster rate of breathing?
Which bones protect the lungs and are also needed for breathing to happen?
B. radius and ulna
C. cranial bones
D. jaw bones
Which picture shows lungs when you exhale?
How does your chest change during inhalation?
A. getting bigger
B. getting smaller
C. no change
What is the name of the tube that is also known as your wind pipe?
How many breaths does the average human take in a day?
What is it called when you breathe in through your nose or mouth?
When we breathe in, our lungs get
The process of movement of air into and out of the lungs is called
When we breathe in, our chest moves
A. Upward and outward
B. Inward and downward
C. Upward and downward
D. Inward and outward
The blood carries carbon dioxide from all parts of the body back to the lungs.
Which gas we take out when we exhale?
B. Carbon dioxide
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