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Junior Science

Biology: Chapter 25

Circulatory System in Animals

1) The following shows a model of the human respiratory system.

a) What are represented by the following parts?


i)

Glass tube

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ii) Balloons

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iii) Bell Jar

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iv) Rubber Sheet

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b) Name the process that occurs when the rubber sheet is pulled upwards.

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c) Name the process that occurs when the rubber sheet is pulled downwards.

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Junior Science
Biology: Chapter 25

Circulatory System in Animals

2) Diagram below shows the cross section view of a human heart.

O
A

N
M
M

B
L
KB
C

J
B I
HB

G
E
F

a) Label A to O.
b) What is the role of the heart in the human circulatory system?

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c) State the differences between N and O.

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d) State the function of H.

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e) What is the function of the valves in human heart?

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Junior Science
Biology: Chapter 25

f)

Circulatory System in Animals

Which part of the human heart divides the left and right ventricles?

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g) Which of the labelled parts carry oxygenated blood?

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h) Which of the labelled parts carry deoxygenated blood?

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i)

Name the valve that separates C and F.

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j)

Which two chambers of the heart contain oxygenated blood?

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k) Which two chambers of the heart contain deoxygenated blood?

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Junior Science
Biology: Chapter 25

Circulatory System in Animals

3) The following shows the human circulatory system.


Organ X

Vessel C
Vessel A

Vessel B

Vessel D

a) Name the followings:


i)

Vessel A

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ii) Vessel B

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iii) Vessel C

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iv) Vessel D

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b) What is the function of organ X?

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c) State one important characteristic of organ X and explain how it helps to facilitate gaseous
exchange.

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Junior Science
Biology: Chapter 25

Circulatory System in Animals

d) When blood flows from Vessel B to Vessel D, how will the concentration of carbon dioxide in
the blood change? Why?
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e) Which of the blood vessels carry deoxygenated blood towards the heart?

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f)

State the function of Vessel D.

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g) Which is the strongest chamber in a human heart? What is its function?

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