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                <center><h1> Respiratory, Circulatory System, Lab and Plants Test</h1></center>

 

<h2> 1. Gas exchange in the respiratory system occurs at the: </h2>
<input type="radio">pharynx</input>
<input type="radio">trachea</input>
<input type="radio">bronchioles</input>
<input id="a" type="radio">alveoli</input>


<h2> 2. The following are parts that belong to the neuron:</h2>

<input id="b" type="radio"> axon </input>
<input type="radio">nodes of Ranvier </input>  
<input type="radio">myelin sheath </input>
<input type="radio"> all of the above </input>
 
<h2> 3. The following are part of the central nervous system: </h2>
 <input type="radio"> brain </input>
<input type="radio"> spinal cord </input> <input id="c" type="radio"> both the brain and the spinal cord</input>
<input type="radio"> none of the above </input> 

<h2> 4. The human circulatory system consists of: </h2>
  
<input type="radio"> the pulmonary circuit </input>  
<input type="radio"> the systemic circuit</input>  
<input id="d" type="radio"> both a and b</input> 
<input type="radio"> none of the above </input> 

<h2> 5. The heart has the main chambers:</h2>
<input type="radio">right ventricle </input>  <input type="radio">left ventricle </input> 
<input type="radio"> right atrium </input> 
<input type="radio">  left atrium</input> 
<input id="e"type="radio">  all of the above</input> 

<h2> 6. Plant tissues consist of:</h2>
<input type="radio">  dermal tissue </input><input type="radio">  ground tissue</input>
<input type="radio"> vascular tissue</input>
<input id="f" type="radio"> all of the above</input>

<h2> 7. Phloem is considered:</h2>

<input type="radio"> ground tissue</input>
<input type="radio">vascular tissue </input>
<input type="radio"> dermal tissue</input>
<input id="g" type="radio"> none of the above </input>

<h2>8. The purpose of the stomata and guard cells: </h2>
 <input id="h"type="radio"> </input>to allow gases to enter plant
<input type="radio"></input>to allow water to enter plant
<input type="radio"> </input> a and b
<input type="radio"> </input>none of the above

<h2> 9. The epidermal and periderm are considered:</h2>
<input type="radio">ground tissue </input>
<input type="radio">vascular tissue </input>
<input id="i" type="radio">dermal tissue </input>
<input type="radio"> all of the above</input>

<h2>10. The somatic nervous system controls:
</h2>
<input id="j" type="radio">voluntary movement</input>
<input type="radio"> involuntary</input>
<input type="radio"> a and b</input>
<input type="radio"> none of the above</input>

<h2>11. The following were observed under the microscope during the lab:</h2>
<input id="k"type="radio">cell membrane</input>
<input type="radio">nucleus </input>
<input type="radio">cell wall </input>
<input type="radio">all of the above </input>

<h2> 12. If the magnification of the objective lens is 40x, then the magnification power must be:</h2>
<input type="radio">400x </input>
<input type="radio">40x </input>
<input type="radio">4x </input>
<input id="l" type="radio">4000x</input>

<h2> 13. Which of the following is a blood vessel in the human body? </h2>
<input type="radio">Arteries </input>
<input type="radio">Veins</input>
<input type="radio">Capillaries </input>
<input id="m" type="radio">all of the above
</input>

<h2>14. what is your Sympathetic Division?</h2>
<input id="n" type="radio">emergency system: "fight or flight!"
</input>
<input type="radio">"rest or digest!"
</input>
<input type="radio"> your spinal cord
</input>


<h2> 15. Read the description of the following plant tissue. Which one is it:</h2>

<h3>-they are specialized cells with transport of water, hormone and minerals throughout the plant.</h3>
<h3>-they are located in the veins of the leaves.</h3>
<h3>-the primary components are xylem and phloem.</h3>

<input type="radio">ground tissue
</input>
<input id="o"type="radio">vascular tissue
</input>
<input type="radio">dermal tissue
</input>

<h2>16. Where is a lateral meristem located in a plant? </h2>
<input id="p"type="radio">in the vascular and cork cambia</input>
<input type="radio">located at root and shoot tips</input>
<input type="radio">in the leaves</input>

<h2>17. Which is not a factor of photosynthesis? </h2>
<input type="radio">Temperature</input>
<input type="radio">Carbon dioxide concentration</input>
<input type="radio">Light intensity</input>
<input id="q"type="radio">Oxygen</input>

<h2>18. Which is not a part of the leaf?</h2>
<input type="radio">cuticle</input>
<input type="radio">vein</input>
<input type="radio">epidermis</input>
<input id="r"type="radio">none of the above</input>

<h2>19. What did we use in the cheek cell lab? </h2>
<input type="radio">iodine</input>
<input type="radio">bromo blue</input>
<input id="s"type="radio">all of the above</input>

<button onclick="myFunction()">
  submit</button>


              
            
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var one=document.getElementById("a")
var two=document.getElementById("b")
var ni=document.getElementById("c")
var three=document.getElementById("d")
var four=document.getElementById("e")
var five=document.getElementById("f")
var six=document.getElementById("g")
var seven=document.getElementById("h")
var eight=document.getElementById("i")
var nine=document.getElementById("j")
var ten=document.getElementById("k")
var el=document.getElementById("l")
var tw=document.getElementById("m")
var th=document.getElementById("n")
var fo=document.getElementById("o")
var fi=document.getElementById("p")
var si=document.getElementById("q")
var se=document.getElementById("r")
var ei=document.getElementById("s")

function myFunction(){

  var score=0;
 if(one.checked==true){
   score=score+1
    

 } 
 
 
 if(two.checked==true){
   score=score+1
 
 }
 if(ni.checked==true){
   score=score+1
   
   
 }
 if(four.checked==true){
   score=score+1
   
   
 }
 if(five.checked==true){
   score=score+1
   
   
 }
  
 if(six.checked==true){
   score=score+1
  
 }
 
  
 if(seven.checked==true){
   score=score+1
   
  }
  
 if(eight.checked==true){
   score=score+1
  
  }
  
 if(nine.checked==true){
   score=score+1
   
  }
  
 if(ten.checked==true){
   score=score+1
   
  }
 
 if(el.checked==true){
   score=score+1}
  
 
 if(tw.checked==true){
   score=score+1}

  
 if(th.checked==true){
   score=score+1}

  
 if(fo.checked==true){
   score=score+1}
  
 if(fi.checked==true){
   score=score+1}
  
  
 if(si.checked==true){
   score=score+1}
 
  
 if(se.checked==true){
   score=score+1}
  
  
 if(ei.checked==true){
   score=score+1}
  
  
 if(three.checked==true){
   score=score+1}
  alert("your score is:" + " " + score)
 }





              
            
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