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Respiration and The Circulatory System
GCSE Science (Biology) Quiz on Respiration and The Circulatory System, created by ThomasTheMagikarp on 13/05/2013.
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What is respiration?
When your cells go to the sushi bar and pull glucose off the converyor belt.
A series of controlled chemical reactions that use glucose and oxygen to release energy.
Respiration is when you breath in and out.
What is the chemical formula for Aerobic Respiration?
glucose + carbon dioxide -> more glucose + more carbon dioxide
carbon + oxygen -> glucose + water (+ energies)
glucose + oxygen -> water + carbon oxygen (+ energy)
glucose + oxygen -> carbon dioxide + water (+ energy)
What is the Chemical Formula for Anaerobic Respiration?
glucose -> ethanol (+ beer)
glucose -> lactic alkaline (+ water)
glucose -> lactic acid (+ energy)
oxygen -> glucose
What is ventilation?
Ventilation is air moving in and out of your lungs.
When you have an air conditioner installed into your lungs.
What is the correct order for ventilation?
mouth -> bronchioli -> bronchioles -> alveoli -> air sac
mouth -> trachea -> bronchioli -> alveoli -> air sac
eyes -> asophagus -> brocoli -> bronchioles -> alveoli -> air sac
mouth/nose -> trachea -> bronchioli -> bronchioles -> alveoli -> air sac
Which of the heart's atriums is the largest?
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