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Transport system in Living Things (Human) Quiz


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What is the function of a white blood cell?

A. It helps repair wounds.

B. It helps in the clotting of blood.

C. It protects the body against diseases.

D. It carries oxygen to all parts of the body.


What does the human circulatory system consist of?

A. lungs and heart

B. heart, blood vessels & blood

C. blood and veins

D. bones, muscles and hair


Carbon dioxide is transported from __________________. 

A. lungs to body cells

B. body cells to lungs

C. kidneys to lungs

D. brain to lungs


Which blood vessel is shown in the middle of the image?

A. artery

B. vein

C. capillary

D. pulmonary


Which of the following statement is true?

A. Blood is a fluid organ, consisting of plasma, red blood cells, white blood cell and platelets. 

B. Plasma contains mainly red blood cell

C. The plasma transports digested food from the small intestine to other parts of the body

D. blood is not a transport medium


Which of the following vessels has thin muscle wall and a large lumen?

A. Vein

B. Artery

C. Capillary

D. Aorta


Figure below shows four components of blood. Which component helps carry oxygen throughout the body?

A.

B.

C.

D.


Figure below shows one type of blood cell. What is the name of the blood cells and its function?

A. Red blood cell , Transport food

B. White blood cell , Transport food

C. Red blood cell, Transport oxygen

D. White blood cell, Transport oxygen


During a Science lesson, the teacher told the students that unicellular organisms do not have a transport system. Which of the following questions should the pupils ask? 

A. Do substances enter unicellular organisms by diffusion?

B. Do substances enter unicellular organisms by transfusion?

C. Do unicellular organisms need only sunlight for survival? 

D. Do unicellular organisms produce their own food?


Which of the following is not a function of plasma?

A. To transport digested food from the small intestine to other parts of the body.

B. To remove carbon dioxide and other waste substances produced in body cells

C. To transport hormones

D. To remove bacteria in the blood         




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