Transport in Animals

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1. How is tissue fluid formed?

  • The pressure of the blood becomes too high and large molecules are forced out through gaps in the artery walls
  • The pressure of the blood becomes too high and small molecules are forced out through gaps in the capillary wall
  • The pressure of the blood becomes too high and small molecules are forced out
  • The pressure of the blood becomes too low and small molecules leak out through gaps in capillary walls
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2. Which of the following is the process in which the heart fills with blood?

  • Atria
  • Ventricular Systole
  • Diastole
  • Atrial Systole

3. What is the job of the SAN?

  • To expand and contract 55-80 times a minute
  • To initiate a wave of excitation at regular intervals
  • To coordinate the atria and ventricles
  • To stop the conduction of the electrical signal

4. Which of the following has a closed, single circulatory system?

  • Fish
  • Locust
  • Human

5. Which of the following contains plasma and neutrophils?

  • Tissue fluid
  • Lymph
  • Blood
  • Mucus

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