Biology - B3.2.1 The Blood System

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  • Created on: 10-04-13 18:45

1. How many separate circulation systems are there in the body and what are they for?

  • 3. One for the brain, one for the lungs and one for the digestive system
  • 2. One for the lungs and one for the body
  • 2. One for the brain and one for the body
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2. What does haemoglobin combine with oxygen to form?

  • phagocyte
  • oxyhaemoglobin
  • oxygen-haemoglobin

3. What is blood made up of?

  • Plasma, platelets and red and white blood cells
  • Platelets and red and white blood cells
  • Plasma and red and white blood cells

4. What is the name of the main artery carrying blood from the heart to the body?

  • Pulmonary Artery
  • Aorta
  • Hepea

5. What do valves do?

  • Prevent back-flow of blood
  • Keep open blood vessels
  • Push blood through blood vessels

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Swallowtail

Ten straightforward questions on the circulatory system that test basic knowledge needed for the AQA specification.  They could be useful for any student studying this topic and could be used alongside a good set of revision notes for this subject.

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