Organ Systems QA Test (1) Subjective Test Question 1 ( 5.0 marks) Fill-in the blanks.

(i) Inside the stomach, food becomes a solid paste called __________. (ii) The ___________ is the main organ of the circulatory system. (iii) During respiration, ____________ is given out. (iv) The food pipe is also known as the ___________. (v) ___________ is the largest gland in the human body. Question 2 ( 5.0 marks) State whether the following statements are true or false. (i) Veins carry blood from heart to all parts of the body. (ii) The process of digestion begins inside the stomach. (iii) The heart beats about seventy two times in a minute. (iv) The liver produces the bile juice. (v) The walls of the small intestine have a network of blood vessels. Question 3 ( 5.0 marks) Label the following diagram.

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Question 4 ( 5.0 marks) Answer the following questions. (i) What are the important organs of the respiratory system? (ii) What do you mean by external and internal organs? Give an example of each. Question 5 ( 5.0 marks) Match column I with the alternatives given in column II. Column I (Organ System) Column II (Chief Organ)

(i)

Respiratory system

(a)

(ii)

Digestive system

(b)

(iii)

Circulatory system

(c)

(iv)

Excretory system

(d)

(v)

Nervous System

(e)

Organ Systems QA Test (1) Subjective Test Question 1 ( 5.0 marks) Fill-in the blanks. (i) Inside the stomach, food becomes a solid paste called __________. (ii) The ___________ is the main organ of the circulatory system. (iii) During respiration, ____________ is given out. (iv) The food pipe is also known as the ___________. (v) ___________ is the largest gland in the human body. Solution: (i) Inside the stomach, food becomes a solid paste called chyme. (ii) The heart is the main organ of the circulatory system. (iii) During respiration, carbon dioxide is given out. (iv) The food pipe is also known as the oesophagus. (v) Liver is the largest gland in the human body. Question 2 ( 5.0 marks) State whether the following statements are true or false.

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(i) Veins carry blood from heart to all parts of the body. (ii) The process of digestion begins inside the stomach. (iii) The heart beats about seventy two times in a minute. (iv) The liver produces the bile juice. (v) The walls of the small intestine have a network of blood vessels. Solution: (i) False (ii) False (iii) True (iv) True (v) True Question 3 ( 5.0 marks) Label the following diagram.

Solution: (i) Oesophagus (ii) Stomach

(iii) Pancreas (iv) Small intestine (v) Large intestine Question 4 ( 5.0 marks) Answer the following questions. (i) What are the important organs of the respiratory system? (ii) What do you mean by external and internal organs? Give an example of each. Solution: (i) The important organs of the respiratory system are nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs and diaphragm. (ii) The organs or the parts of the body that are outside the body and can be seen are called external organs. Example: Eye The organs or the parts of the body that are entirely inside the body and hence cannot be seen are called internal organs. Example: Heart Question 5 ( 5.0 marks) Match column I with the alternatives given in column II. Column I (Organ System) Column II (Chief Organ)

(i)

Respiratory system

(a)

(ii)

Digestive system

(b)

(iii)

Circulatory system

(c)

(iv)

Excretory system

(d)

(v) Solution:

Nervous System

(e)

Column I (Organ System)

Column II (Chief Organ)

(i)

Respiratory system

(a)

(ii)

Digestive system

(b)

(iii)

Circulatory system

(c)

(iv)

Excretory system

(d)

(v)

Nervous System

(e)