Practice Test

Q1) All living animals require ____________to perform different activies. Show Answer

Q2) Energy is produced in the body of animal during the process of______ Show Answer

Q3) Respiration is a ________ process. Show Answer

Q4) During respiration organic compounds are _______ to liberate chemical energy. Show Answer

Q5) During respiration energy is released in a step-wise process because Show Answer

Q6) Biologocally usable form of energy is called Show Answer

Q7) ATP is called biologically usable form of energy because Show Answer

Q8) Hydrolysis of ATP converts it into Show Answer

Q9) Energy is released due to the Show Answer

Q10) Respiration involves Show Answer

Q11) Blood transports gases from Show Answer

Q12) To produce energy, food is oxidized by Show Answer

Q13) Nostrils are Show Answer

Q14) Nasal chambers are Show Answer

Q15) Nasal chamber is divided into two parts by Show Answer

Q16) The anterior most part of nasal chamber is Show Answer

Q17) The lining of nasal cavity is Show Answer

Q18) The part of nasal chamber that traps dust praticles is Show Answer

Q19) The part of nasal chamber that is richly supplied with blood capillaries is Show Answer

Q20) The part of nasal chamber that warms air and makes air moist is Show Answer

Q21) The posterior most part of nasal chamber is Show Answer

Q22) Respiratory part of nasal chamber helps in Show Answer

Q23) Length of pharynx is Show Answer

Q24) The upper part of pharynx is Show Answer

Q25) The lower part of pharynx is Show Answer

Q26) Tonsils are present in Show Answer

Q27) Tonsils are primarily made up of Show Answer

Q28) Tonsils help is Show Answer

Q29) The air from pharynx enters larynx through the Show Answer

Q30) Which is a common passage for swallowing food and breathing? Show Answer

Q31) The stucture present in pharynx that kills bacteria trapped in mucous is Show Answer

Q32) Adam's apple is the name given to Show Answer

Q33) The sound producing organ of the respiratory system is Show Answer

Q34) In males, larynx Show Answer

Q35) Vocal cords are Show Answer

Q36) The vertical septum located in nasal cavities is made up of Show Answer

Q37) Which of these contains vocal cords? Show Answer

Q38) The respiratory passage is protected by Show Answer

Q39) Though digestive and respiratory passage join at some place, there is no entry of food into the the respiratory passage. This is due to the presence of Show Answer

Q40) The human trachea is Show Answer

Q41) The human trachea is Show Answer

Q42) The human trachea lies _________oesophagus. Show Answer

Q43) The wall of human trachea is made up of Show Answer

Q44) Trachea is supported by _______ shaped cartilage. Show Answer

Q45) Trachea is supported by _______ number of 'C' shaped cartilages. Show Answer

Q46) Main function of the 'c' shaped cartilages of trachea is Show Answer

Q47) The anterior end of trachea is enlarged into a chamber called Show Answer

Q48) The trachea is lined by Show Answer

Q49) By ciliary movement in the trachea, the dust particles are swept towards larynx and finally enters Show Answer

Q50) Trachea is divided at its Show Answer

Q51) Trachea is divided Show Answer

Q52) Trachea bifurcates to form Show Answer

Q53) How many bronchi are there in the respiratory tract? Show Answer

Q54) Terminal bronchioles arise from Show Answer

Q55) Bronchioles contain Show Answer

Q56) In the tertiary brochioles the covering does not have Show Answer

Q57) The stuctural and functional unit of pulmonary respiration is Show Answer

Q58) Respiratory bronchiole gives rise to Show Answer

Q59) Cartilage is absent in Show Answer

Q60) In man chief respiratory organs are Show Answer

Q61) Which of the following describe a correct order of structure in the respiratory pathway? Show Answer

Q62) Lungs are located in Show Answer

Q63) Lungs are ______ organs. Show Answer

Q64) Lung is enclosed in Show Answer

Q65) Covering of lungs is called Show Answer

Q66) Alveoli contains Show Answer

Q67) Each alveolar sac contains ____ alveoli. Show Answer

Q68) Lungs are internally lined by Show Answer

Q69) The alveolar wall is made up of Show Answer

Q70) Visceral pleura is made up of Show Answer

Q71) Alveoli are supplied by a Show Answer

Q72) Thickness and diameter of alveoli are Show Answer

Q73) Each lobule of lung has Show Answer

Q74) Outer pleural layer is Show Answer

Q75) The space between visceral and parietal pleural layer is known as Show Answer

Q76) Which of the following is the function of pleural fluid? Show Answer

Q77) Inspiratory air in lungs ultimately reaches Show Answer

Q78) Diaphragm is present between Show Answer

Q79) Lungs are protected laterally by_______,ventrally by ________, and dorsally by__________. Show Answer

Q80) Cardiac notch occurs in Show Answer

Q81) Right lung is Show Answer

Q82) Left lung is Show Answer

Q83) Right lung has_______ lobes and_______ fissures. Show Answer

Q84) The medial surface of each lung has a triangular depression, known as Show Answer

Q85) The exchange of gases occur in the Show Answer

Q86) The term respiration includes Show Answer

Q87) The process that speeds up the rate of gasesous exchange is Show Answer

Q88) The terms breathing and respiration are Show Answer

Q89) The CORRECT statement is: Show Answer

Q90) The process of breathing includes Show Answer

Q91) During inspiration, Show Answer

Q92) During breathing, Show Answer

Q93) Inspiration is Show Answer

Q94) Which of the following does not happen during inspiration? Show Answer

Q95) The muscles involved in breathing mechanism along with diaphragm muscles are Show Answer

Q96) Contraction of inter-costal muscles causes Show Answer

Q97) Relaxation of inter-costal muscles causes Show Answer

Q98) During inspiration,_______ becomes flat. Show Answer

Q99) Breathing is controlled by Show Answer

Q100) During inspiration, the inter-costal muscles Show Answer

Q101) During inspiration, the lower part of sternum is Show Answer

Q102) During inspiration, the volumn of thoracic cavity Show Answer

Q103) Which of the following does not belong to the conducting portion of the respiratory system? Show Answer

Q104) During expiration, Show Answer

Q105) A dome shaped diaphragm is seen during Show Answer

Q106) The pressure on the lungs increases during Show Answer

Q107) The pressure on the lungs decrease during Show Answer

Q108) Lungs expand and their volumn increases during Show Answer

Q109) The lungs are compressed during Show Answer

Q110) A respiratory cycle is Show Answer

Q111) Which of the following helps in breathing? Show Answer

Q112) Respiratory processes which take place at the lung are included under Show Answer

Q113) Respiratoy processes which take place at the tissue level are included under Show Answer

Q114) Food is oxidised during which type of respiration? Show Answer

Q115) Respiratory processes which lead to final oxidation of food are included under Show Answer

Q116) External respiration is a ________ process and internal respiration is a ________ process. Show Answer

Q117) The concentration of of oxygen in inspired air _____ the concentretion of oxygen in alveolar boold. Show Answer

Q118) The exchange of gases between blood and cell is called Show Answer

Q119) ________ is a respiratory pigment. Show Answer

Q120) Absorbed oxygen combines with heamoglobin of RBCs forming Show Answer

Q121) Most oxygen in the blood is transported Show Answer

Q122) Carbon dioxide from the blood is released with the help of Show Answer

Q123) Cellular respiration occurs in Show Answer

Q124) Cellular respiration takes place in Show Answer

Q125) The product/s of cellular respiration is/are Show Answer

Q126) oxidative phosphorylation takes place in Show Answer

Q127) The energy currency of a cell is Show Answer

Q128) Tidal volume is Show Answer

Q129) Inspiratory reserve volume is the Show Answer

Q130) Expiratory reserve volumne is the Show Answer

Q131) Expiratory reserve volumn is about Show Answer

Q132) The volume of air taken in and given out during effortless breathing is called Show Answer

Q133) Inspiration reserve volume is the Show Answer

Q134) The total volume of air expired after maximum inspiration is called Show Answer

Q135) The total volume of air left behind in the lungs and respiratory passage after forced expiration is Show Answer

Q136) The normal residual volume is Show Answer

Q137) In CO poisoning, there is Show Answer

Q138) CO poisoning occurs in Show Answer

Q139) Asphyxia(choking) occurs due to Show Answer

Q140) Asthma is Show Answer

Q141) Asthma is associated with Show Answer

Q142) During an attack of asthma Show Answer

Q143) An attack of asthma, occurs due to the Show Answer

Q144) During an attack of asthma, there is Show Answer

Q145) During an attack of asthma, the lungs are Show Answer

Q146) During an attack of asthma, there is Show Answer

Q147) During an attack of asthma, there is ________ of lungs. Show Answer

Q148) During an attack of asthma, there are mucus plugs in the bronchi. This is Show Answer

Q149) An attack of asthma can be precipitated by Show Answer

Q150) Pharyngitis and laryngitis are caused by Show Answer

Q151) Laryngitis is more common in Show Answer

Q152) A feeling of rawness in the throat and a husky voice is a characteristics of Show Answer

Q153) Vocal misuse or overuse are the common causes for Show Answer

Q154) The disease commonly associated with common cold is Show Answer

Q155) Cough of an irritating type and stridor are sympotoms of Show Answer

Q156) The condition of hypersensitivity to foreign proteins which leads to acute inflammation of nasal mucosa causes Show Answer

Q157) Hay fever is a type of Show Answer

Q158) Pollen,mites ,animal dander may lead to Show Answer

Q159) Acute condition of __________ is rhinorrhoea. Show Answer

Q160) Atopic hypersensitivity is Show Answer

Q161) Infection of alveoli is found in Show Answer

Q162) Eczema in infants is a form of Show Answer

Q163) Common causative organism of pneumonia is Show Answer

Q164) Pneumonia occurs when Show Answer

Q165) Pneumonia occurs when Show Answer

Q166) Coughing can be impaired due to Show Answer

Q167) Ciliary epithelium of respiratory tract is destroyed by Show Answer

Q168) Depressed macrophage acivity occurs due to Show Answer

Q169) The associated causes of pneumonia includes all except Show Answer

Q170) Lobar pneumonia is caused due to Show Answer

Q171) Pneumonia due to Mycoplasma is more common in Show Answer

Q172) Pneumonia occurs when Show Answer

Q173) Pneumonia is caused by Show Answer

Q174) To cause disease, the inhalant practicles should be Show Answer

Q175) Inhalant practicles can cause disease when Show Answer

Q176) _______is caused by long teem exposure to dust containing silicon compounds. Show Answer

Q177) Weorkers in granite, slate and sandstone industries may suffer from Show Answer

Q178) Occupational lung disease caused by long term glass and pottery work is Show Answer

Q179) Occupatonal lung disease caused by working in quarrying and stone masonry is Show Answer

Q180) In the development of silicosis,inflammatory reaction occurs Show Answer

Q181) Last stage of occupational lung diseases show Show Answer

Q182) Silicosis predispose the development of Show Answer

Q183) __________is caused by inhaling asbstos fibers. Show Answer

Q184) Asbestosis usually develops after Show Answer

Q185) _______asbestos is associated with the most serious asbestosis. Show Answer

Q186) Nasal chember is Show Answer

Q187) The part of nasal chamber that detects smell is Show Answer

Q188) Larynx Show Answer

Q189) Human lung has about Show Answer

Q190) The total surface area covered by alveoli is ______ times that of skin. Show Answer

Q191) Expiration is a/an ________ process. Show Answer

Q192) Respiratory rate in man is Show Answer

Q193) an attack of asthma which may last for a few minutes to a few hours is called Show Answer

Q194) Inflammation of pharynx is called Show Answer

Q195) The commonest cause of infection of palatine tonsils and walls of pharynx is Show Answer

Q196) Severe laryngitis leads to Show Answer

Q197) Pneumonia occurs in a cancer patient on medicines, as cancer medicines are Show Answer

Q198) Agents which causes tonsilitis are Show Answer

Q199) Occupational lung disease caused by inhaling air during sand blasting is Show Answer

Q200) In carbon monoxide poisoning, tissues, suffer from deficiency of Show Answer

Q201) Bronchi are supported by Show Answer

Q202) What is the another name for windpipe? Show Answer

Q203) Tobacco smoking causes Show Answer

Q204) During breathing_______is taken in the body. Show Answer

Q205) Lungs release Show Answer

Q206) Which of the following is not the function of nasal passage? Show Answer

Q207) Total area covered by alveoli is about Show Answer

Q208) Select the correct sequence of event for the transport of respiratory gases from the following Show Answer

Q209) Haemoglobin has the greatest affinity for Show Answer

Q210) In tissue respiration, the chemicals evolved are Show Answer

Q211) An attack of asthma can be precipitated by Show Answer

Q212) Respiration is a process of gaseous exchange where________ is taken in and _______ is released. Show Answer