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I. Directions: Read each sentence carefully. Write the answer on the space provided.
____1. What are joints?
a. They are the irregular bones of the body.
b. They are the cartilage and ligaments that connect the bones to the other parts of the body.
c. They connect the bones and allow them to move in various ways.
____2. What is inside the bone? a. Bone marrow b. Tendon c. joint
____. Which part of the s!eletal system holds you upright? a. "!ull b. Bac!bone c. ribs
____#. What do you call the white$ cordli!e bands that hold the bones at the joints which help the bones move up?
a. pelvic bones b. %igaments c. bone marrow
____&. The end of the bones in the joints is protected by smooth$ slippery _______ which serves as cushion.
a. ribs b. "pinal cord c. cartilage
____'. (f you move your arm in circles$ you will notice that the bone at the end of the arm bone can turn in any
directions. What do you call this joint? a. Ball and soc!et b. Bone marrow c. ligaments
____). Why can you bend$ straighten$ or rotate parts of your body?
a. because of the presence of the s!ull.
b. because of the presence of the ribs.
c. because of the joints.
____*. Because of the s!eletal system$ the body can move about _______ and in a number of ways.
a. freely b. in whirling motion c. with difficulty
____+. What is the main function of the s!ull?
a. for brain protection b. for the support of the nec! c. for the protection of lungs
____1,. -ow many small bones from the bac!bone to the spinal column? a. , b. 2 c. &
____11. What protects the spinal cord? a. .ibs b. s!ull c. spinal column
____12. What protects the heart and lungs? a. .ibs b. hipbone c. s!ull
____1. What do you call the bone at lower part of the body? a. ribs b. hipbone c. s!ull
____1#. -ow are muscles attached to the one? a. by cartilage b. by tendons c. by ligaments
____1&. Which of the following simple body activity that shows a coordinated function of the s!eletal and muscular
systems? a. wal!ing b. reading c. sleeping
____1'. When one pair of muscles contracts$ what happens to other parts?
a. The other muscles pump blood. b. (t rela/es. c. (t also contracts.
____1). What muscles wor! continuously even without our control?
a. voluntary muscles b. voluntary and involuntary muscles c. involuntary muscle
____1*. 0uscles wor! in _______. a. pairs b. groups c. singles
____1+. What do you call an uncontrolled shortening of one or more muscles$ and the contraction is very painful?
a. muscle bruise b. strain c. cramps
____2,. What do you call a blac!1and1blue spot of your body caused by bumped on hard things or when the muscles
receive a blow? a. cramps b. fracture c. bruise
____21. Why is e/ercise good for the muscle?
a. (t ma!es the muscle long. b. (t ma!es the muscle strong. c. (t ma!es the muscle stout.
____22. ________ is composed of several organs wor!ing together to change food into simple from which the body
can use? a. s!eletal systemb. e/cretory system c. digestive system
____2. (n which part of the digestive system does digestion start? a. mouthb. stomach c. intestine
____2#. When food is swallowed$ it slips down the throat and passes through the _________.
a. nose b. pharyn/ c. mouth
____2&.The muscles of the pharyn/ move the food to the ______. a. stomach b. tongue c. esophagus
____2'. The muscles of the esophagus move the food toward the _______. a. tongue b. mouth c. stomach
____2). The s2uee3ing movement of the muscles from esophagus to the stomach is called _________.
a.peristalsis b. digestion c. push and pull
____2*. 4igestion is completed in the ______. 5rom here digested food goes into the bloodstream.
a. large intestine b. small intestine c. stomach
____2+. What is the function of the large intestine?
a. (t brea!s down undigested sugar and proteins.
b. (t reabsorbs the water so that what remains are soft$ solid wastes.
c. (t grinds the food$ brea!ing down physically into tiny pieces.
____,. What causes indigestion?
a. When one does not eat a well1balanced diet.
b. When one does not chew food properly.
c. When one of the bones does not functions.
____1. What is the effect of the undigested food in the body?
a. one suffers heart problems b. the brain malfunctions c. one suffers stomach problems
____2.Which of the following is not good for the digestive system?
a. eating vegetables you disli!e
b. doing heavy activities immediately after eating
c. jogging in the morning
____. -ow can one prevent constipation?
a. swallow the food b. ta!e a bath everyday c. drin! at least *11, glasses of water everyday
____#. 6bout how many glasses of water should you drin! in a day?
a . # 1 & b . 1 , 1 1 2 c . * 1 1
____&. Which of the following is contagious? a. diarrhea b. tooth decay c. headache
____'. Which of the following animals is born alive? a. crocodile b. frogs c. goat
____). What is the reproduction in animals?
a. the process of brea!ing down of foods into simple form
b. the changes that happen to an animal as its grows
c. the process of producing of its !ind
____*. "ome animals carry the fertili3ed egg inside their body and have their young ones born alive. Which of these animals were
born as baby animals? a. chic!s b. tadpoles c. piglets
____+.What happens during fertili3ation?
a. a sperm unites with an egg b. an egg disappears c. a sperm matures
____#,. Which shows the correct order in the life cycle of a fly?
((. 4raw the life cycle of a butterfly. 81, points9