Which blood components fight infections by attacking bacteria/viruses
A. White blood cells
B. Red blood cells
The __________ connect the windpipe to the lungs.
The trachea is sometimes called….
A. the bronchus
B. the windpipe
C. the alveoli
D. the diaphram
Which part of the blood transports oxygen to the body’s tissues in exchange for carbon dioxide.
A. White Blood Cells
B. Red Blood Cells
The air sacs in our lungs are called:
The main function of the ______________ is to combine oxygen with the blood and eliminate carbon dioxide.
______________________ is a tube-like structure that allows the air you breathe in through your mouth and nose to travel to your lungs.
______________________ are the smaller branches of the bronchial airways in the respiratory tract.
______________________ are the large air tubes leading from the trachea to the lungs. They carry air to the lungs. to your lungs.
Our lungs is protected by the ____________________.
_______________________ is the largest muscle, which is also the most efficient. It is located under the lungs and separates them from the other internal organs such as the liver, the stomach, the intestines and etc.
The gas that provides energy to the body is oxygen, while the one that produces waste products or “exhaust” of the body is _________________________.
A. carbon dioxide
Our chest contains a pair of lungs, which are made up of sections called ________________.
What are the tiny blood cells that help your body form clots to stop bleeding?
A. Red blood cells
B. White blood cells
The colourless fluid part of blood is called…
A. oxygenated blood
C. deoxygenated blood
D. arterial blood
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