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Blood Questions
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Which of these is not a function of blood?
A To support the body.
B To fight disease.
C To carry gases around the body.
D To carry hormones to their site of action.
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What is the name of the pigment within red
blood cells?
A haemoglycin
B haemoglobin
C haemoglycerol
D haemoglucose
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Which of these descriptions best suits the
shape of a red blood cell?
A a doughnut
B a round flat plate
C a biconcave disc
D a disc shaped shell
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What is missing from a red blood cell?
A the nucleus
B the cytoplasm
C the cell membrane
D answers A and B
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What is the name of the straw-coloured liquid in
which blood cells are suspended?
A haem liquid
B cytoplasma
C blood fluid
D plasma
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What percentage of blood is made up of
plasma?
A 20%
B 40%
C 55%
D 65%
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Which of the these substances are carried by
blood plasma?
A oxygen, glucose, urea and amino acids
B amino acids, carbon dioxide, oxygen and fatty acids
C fatty acids, glucose, oxygen, glycerol
D urea, fatty acids, amino acids and carbon dioxide
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Blood plasma...
A defends the body against invading microbes.
B helps the blood to clot.
C transports urea from the liver to the kidneys.
D binds to oxygen.
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Red blood cells...
A need oxygen.
B attract carbon dioxide.
C carry oxygen.
D repel carbon dioxide.
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The white blood cells are larger than red blood
cells. Their job is to...
A make the blood clot.
B carry oxygen to the cells of the body.
C defend the body against invading microbes.
D carry carbon dioxide.
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