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Grade 8 :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by Robyn_Black
Write the letter and the function of the part of the brain with movement, speech, smelling or vision.
Brain Lobes
  • A. Speech
    B. Movement
    C. Vision
    D. Smelling
Grade 8 :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by Robyn_Black
Which structure adjusts the size of the pupil?
  1. the cornea
  2. the retina
  3. the lens
  4. the iris
Grade 5 :: Nutrition by Severud
Write two good sources of calcium that you can eat.
  • Yogurt, cheese, milk (various kinds), spinach, salmon, ice cream.
Grade 5 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Severud
What does yellow bone marrow do?
  • Stores up lipids (fats).
Grade 5 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Severud
Why do infants have "soft spots" on their heads?
  • Because their skull bones have not fused together yet and do not fully cover and protect the brain.
Grade 5 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Severud
The three smallest bones are located in what part of your body?
  1. Nose
  2. Eyes
  3. Chest
  4. Fingers
  5. Ear
  6. Legs
Grade 5 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Severud
Name one muscle that is always moving.
  • Heart or eyes.
Grade 5 :: Skin Skeleton and Muscles by Severud
What does it mean to when you say that a muscle contracts and relaxes "involuntarily"?
  • It does so without you having to think about doing it.
Grade 5 :: Respiration Digestion and Excretion by Severud
Your sinus cavities are actually holes in your head.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 :: Drugs and Alcohol by Severud
Smoking helps your lungs to stay healthy.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 :: Circulatory and Immune Systems by Severud
Pulmonary veins come from the lungs and are the only veins in your body that do what?
  1. Get rid of deoxygenated blood.
  2. Carry liquid wastes.
  3. Carry little bits of iron in them.
  4. Carry oxygenated blood
Grade 8 :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by Robyn_Black
The releasing of saliva is an example of the
  1. autonomic nervous system
  2. cerebellum
  3. cerebrum
  4. somatic nervous system
Grade 8 :: Nervous and Endocrine Systems by Robyn_Black
The pancreas produces insulin, a hormone that lowers the level of sugar in the blood. Glucagon, another hormone of the pancreas, increases the level of sugar in the blood. Suggest how these two hormones might work together to maintain homeostasis in the body.
  • regulating the amount of sugar in the blood by adjusting the sugar levels. When they are high, the pancreas produces insulin to lower the blood sugar levels and when sugar is low the pancreas produces glucagon to increase blood sugar levels.
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