Synoptic links

In this lesson we will investigate how digestion, breathing and circulation help to regulate respiration. These three processes are essential for substances to be brought into the body for respiration and in waste removal.

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Q1.What is the correct definition of metabolism?

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Q2.What chemical formation combines nitrates and glucose to make amino acids?

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Q3.What chemical formation combines glycerol and fatty acids?

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Q4.Why is glycogen better storage of energy than glucose?

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Q5.What is urea made from?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.What is the correct definition of metabolism?

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Q2.What chemical formation combines nitrates and glucose to make amino acids?

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Q3.What chemical formation combines glycerol and fatty acids?

3/5

Q4.Why is glycogen better storage of energy than glucose?

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Q5.What is urea made from?

5/5

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Synoptic Links

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Q1.When exercising, the demand for respiration increases. How does the circulatory system respond?

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Q2.When exercising, the demand for respiration increases. How does the respiratory system respond? (Tick 2)

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Q3.When exercising, the demand for respiration increases. How does the digestive system respond?

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Q4.In what part of the digestive system does glucose diffuse into the blood?

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Q5.What is the definition of diffusion?

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Synoptic Links

This quiz will assess your learning during this lesson.

Question 1

Question 2

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Question 4

Question 5

Q1.When exercising, the demand for respiration increases. How does the circulatory system respond?

1/5

Q2.When exercising, the demand for respiration increases. How does the respiratory system respond? (Tick 2)

Select two (2) boxes

2/5

Q3.When exercising, the demand for respiration increases. How does the digestive system respond?

3/5

Q4.In what part of the digestive system does glucose diffuse into the blood?

4/5

Q5.What is the definition of diffusion?

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