Respiratory system by admin_massage2 | Dec 6, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Respiratory system 1. The 2 chambers of the nose are divided by?Deselect AnswerNasal cartilageParanasal sinusesNasal cavityNasal septum2. Where are the palatine tonsils situated?Deselect AnswerAt the back of the pharynxAt the back of the larynxBeneath the tracheaAt the junction of the mouth and throat3. The hollow spaces inside the bone surrounding the nose are called?Deselect AnswerNasal septumNasal bonesParanasal sinusesNasal cavity4. What is the structure of the trachea?Deselect AnswerIncomplete rings of hyaline cartilageIncomplete rings of hyaline cartilage and involuntary muscle and connective tissueMuscular and connective tissueConnective tissue5. What is the function of the lungs?Deselect AnswerThe exchange of gasesTo warm the airTo filter bacteriaThe exchange of gases into and out of the blood6. Where does the exchange of gases in the lungs take place?Deselect AnswerTracheaBronchiolesAlveoliBronchii7. What are bronchioles made of?Deselect Answerd) Muscular, fibrous and elastic tissuec) Connective, elastic and fibrous tissueb) Muscular and fibrous tissuea) Muscular, fibrous and connective tissue8. What is the function of bronchii?Deselect AnswerTo exchange gasesTo filter bacteriaTo warm and moisten the airTo pass air from trachea into the bronchioles9. The symptoms of hay fever causes?Deselect AnswerRespiratory infectionsSneezing, runny nose and eyesSneezing, headaches, runny noseSneezing, runny nose and eyes and sometimes swelling/itching10. Wich muscle is mainly involved in the mechanics of respiration?Deselect AnswerTransverse abdominisIntercostal musclesRectus abdominisDiaphragm11. Which one of the following is not a function of the diaphragm?Deselect AnswerInhalationParturitionMasticationExhalation12. 31. The outer layer of the lungs is called?Deselect Answerd) Squamous layera) Parietal layerc) Hiliumb) Visceral layer13. Inflammation of the pleural lining is known as?Deselect AnswerPneumoniaHay feverTuberculosisPleurisy14. Where are the alveoli situated?Deselect AnswerAt the end of the terminal bronchiolesAt the end of the bronchiiAt the beginning of the bronchiolesInside the trachea15. What is the structure of bronchii?Deselect AnswerHyaline cartilage, involuntary muscle, fibrous tissueHyaline cartilage, fibrous and connective tissueHyaline cartilage, involuntary muscle, connective tissueHyaline cartilage, voluntary muscle, connective tissue16. What is the trachea lined with?Deselect AnswerCiliated epitheliumSquamous eqithelial cellsMucus membraneSerous membrane17. The single layers of flattened epithelial cells in bronchioles are called?Deselect AnswerTerminal bronchiolesFibrous bronchiolesCiliated bronchiolesEnd bronchioles18. What is the nose made of?Deselect AnswerMuscular tissueConnective tissueElastic tissueCartilage19. What is the function of the pleural cavity?Deselect AnswerTo exchange gases between the layers of the lungsTo prevent friction between the layers of the lungsTo prevent a backflow of air between the layers of the lungsTo moisten the layers of the lungs20. Which part of the respiratory system is the final passageway of air from the nose to the lungs?Deselect AnswerBronchiiPleuraBronchiolesAlveoli21. What forms the Adams apple?Deselect AnswerPalatine tonsilsSmall masses of lymphoid tissuePharyngeal tonsilsThe thyroid cartilage at the top of the larynx22. The pharynx divides into 2 parts, what are they?Deselect AnswerOesophagus and larynxOesophagus and tracheaTrachea and bronchiiTrachea and larynx23. Tuberculosis is caused by?Deselect AnswerInhalation of bacteriaInhalation of virusInhaled or eaten bacteriaaInflammation of the alveoli24. What is the function of the alveoli?Deselect AnswerTo pass air into the bronchiolesTo exchange gases between the circulatory and respiratory systemsTo exchange gasesTo moisten and warm the air entering the lungs25. What is the inner layer of the lungs called?Deselect AnswerSerous layerParietal layerVisceral layerPalatine layer26. What is the second passageway for air entering the body?Deselect AnswerLarynxBronchiPharynxTrachea27. What connects the trachea to the lungs?Deselect AnswerPharynxLarynxBronchiolesBronchii28. Inflammation of the lung tissues causes?Deselect AnswerEmphysemaPneumoniaTuberculosisPleurisy29. Air travels from the pharynx to?Deselect AnswerBronchiiLarynxAlveoliTrachea30. Which nerve cells send impulses to the brain to enable breathing?Deselect AnswerChemoreceptorsChemical receptorsStretch receptorsNeuralgia1 out of Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.