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Cebu Roosevelt Memorial Colleges

Basic Education Department

F. Manubag St. Lourdes, Bogo City, Cebu


NAME: ___________________________________________________________SCORE: ___________

I. Write T if the statement is true and F if it is False.

1. Hair and nails are part of the integumentary system. _____________

2. When melanin can no longer block the UV rays,
a skin may suffer from pimples. _____________

3. The lungs expand when the diaphragm contracts. _____________

4. Complete digestion of food occurs in the large intestine. _____________
5. During exhalation, carbon dioxide is released
as gaseous waste. _____________

II. Multiple Choices. Encircle the letter of the best answer.

1. Our skin has waterproof layer which is replaced every 4 weeks. This part is known

a. Dermis c. Hypodermis
b. Epidermis d. Melanin

2. Which are the evidences that the skin regulates body temperature?

a. Perspiration c. Sweat
b. Sunburnt d. Both a and c

3. During certain circumstances, you experience goosebumps. What activity of the

integumentary system is responsible for this?

a. Mirror nerves c. Pilomotor reflex

b. Inattentional blindness d. Endometrium current

4. It is the layer of the skin where fatty tissues are stored.

a. Dermis c. Follicles
b. Epidermis d. Hypodermis

5. Chemical digestion (breakdown of carbohydrates and starches into sugar) starts with the
mouth because of the special enzyme in the saliva known as ______________.

a. Amylase c. Gastrin
b. Bile d. Pepsin

6. Total absorption of food nutrients happens in the small intestine with the help of the
fingerlike structures known as _______.

a. Cilia c. Projections
b. Follicles d. Villi
7. This organ filters blood full of digested food.

a. Kidney c. Nephrons
b. Liver d. Pancreas

8. Branching out from the bronchi are ___________ where gas passes through the lungs.

a. Alveoli c. Bronchitis
b. Arteries d. Bronchioles

9. Deoxygenated or dirty blood enters the right ventricle which pumps blood through the
pulmonary valve and through the pulmonary artery to the ____________ to get oxygen.

a. Alveoli c. Lungs
b. Larynx d. Left Ventricle

10. I give your body the oxygen and nutrients. I also carry wastes to be eliminated. What am I?

a. Blood c. Capillaries
b. Blood vessels d. Veins

11. Blood vessels include capillaries, veins and ___________.

a. Aorta c. Inferior Vena Cava

b. Arteries d. Superior Vena Cava

12. The lymphatic systems work similarly to the circulatory system. Instead of blood, the
lymphatic system carries ___________ throughout the body.

a. Lymph c. Lymph nodes

b. Thymus d. Lymph vessels

13. ______ traps harmful organisms entering the mouth and nose.

a. Spleen c. Tonsil
b. Thymus gland D. Lymph

14. Which of this is the most significant function of the lymphatic system in the body?

a. Removes wastes from our body

b. Moves air to the lungs and into the blood
c. Defends the body from harmful organisms such as bacteria and germs.
d. Protects the body against external element such as abrupt changes in temperature

15. The waste is filtered from the blood through your _____________.

a. Liver c. Ureter
b. Kidneys d. Urinary bladder

16. In the excretory system, the filtered waste is known as ________.

a. Feces c. Nephrons
b. Sphincter d. Urine

17. Your nervous system is responsible for_____________.

a. Transporting blood cells throughout the body.

b. Removing wastes that are mixed with the blood
c. Converting carbohydrates into usable form of energy
d. Controlling the body and communicating among its parts.

18. Early in the morning, as your mother prepares hot water in the kitchen, you accidentally hit
the surface of the kettle and immediately you withdraw your hand from the hot object.
What do you call this nervous system activity?

a. Pulmonary Reflex c. Osmotic Pressure

b. Reflex Action d. Vestigial Action

19. What could possibly happen to the lymph nodes when there are too many harmful
organisms entered the body?

a. Get inflamed c. Produce more fluid

b. Decrease its size d. Spread throughout the body

20. It’s the special organ of both the respiratory and digestive system which prevents the food
and water from entering into the lungs.

a. Epiglottis c. Pharynx
b. Larynx d. Trachea

III. Identify what lobe and part of the brain is described/asked in each of the following
situations. Choose your answer in the box.

Frontal Parietal Temporal Occipital

Cerebrum Cerebellum Brainstem

1. Involuntary actions such as breathing, digestion, hunger and heartbeat are regulated by this
part of the brain. _____________________________________.
2. A person has difficulty in differentiating music from noise and almost always can not identify
the voice he heard in the environment. Which lobe of the brain is affected?
3. The largest part of the brain which controls memory, thinking and reasoning.
4. After severe car accident, the victim suffers from poor vision. What lobe of the brain is greatly
5. This part of the brain allows you to move your arms and legs as well as maintain your body
balance. _________________________________________.

IV. Determine what body system each the following organs, functions and processes fall.
Write your answer on the space provided.

1. Cardiac muscle ___________________________________

2. Peristalsis ___________________________________

3. Fights against infections ___________________________________

4. SPF ___________________________________
5. Pleura ___________________________________

6. Taking in oxygen ___________________________________

7. Gastric juices ___________________________________

8. Melanin ___________________________________

9. Urinating ___________________________________

10. Interprets all the information ___________________________________

V. A. What do you think is the most important body system? Explain your answer. (5 pts)

B. How are you going to take care of your nervous system? (5 pts)

“Believe you can you are halfway there”