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Question: Stroke volume is the amount of blood the left ventricle pumps out in one cardiac cycle. This is around 70ml. Now, to get the cardiac output, we have to multiply (i)__ with the normal heart rate of (ii)__ /min and we get (iii)__ ml/min. This means that in one minute, each ventricle of a normal heart pumps about (iv)__ litres of blood out.
Options:
A.(i) Stroke volume, (ii) 72, (iii) 5,040, (iv) 5
B.(i) Total volume, (ii) 82, (iii)8,200, (iv) 8
C.(i) Volume of the heart, (ii) 72,(iii)3,720, (iv) 3
D.(i) Volume of the ventricles,(ii) 72, (iii)2,600,(iv) 2
Answer: Option A
: A

Stroke volume is the amount of blood the left ventricle pumps out in one cardiac cycle. This is around 70 ml. Cardiac output is the volume of blood pumped out by each ventricle per minute. Now to get cardiac output,we have to multiply stroke volume with the normal heart rate of 72 beats/min and we get 5,040 ml/min. This means that in one minute, each ventricle of a normal heart pumps about 5 litres of blood.

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  2.    Globulins - Enzymes and carrier proteins
  3.    Fibrinogen- transport minerals, lipids, hormones and vitamins.
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Answer: Option C
: C

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  1.    Lymphatic vessels and lymphoid organs
  2.    All of the plasma components of the bloodstream
  3.    All fluids inside the body's cells
  4.    All liquids in the body whether inside the cells or in spaces between the tissues.
Answer: Option A
: A

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Question 3. Which of these statements is NOT true about the heart?
  1.    The heart is situated between the two lungs in the mediastinum.
  2.    The heart is a pear shaped hollow organ.
  3.    The apex of the heart always rests on the diaphragm.
  4.    The heart develops from the ectoderm.
Answer: Option D
: D

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Question 4. Thromboplastin required for blood clotting at the place of injury is released by _____.
  1.    thrombocytes
  2.    monocytes
  3.    basophils
  4.    neutrophils
Answer: Option A
: A

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Question 5. Which of the following is true about the circulatory system of animals?
  1.    Only vertebrates, annelids and cephalopods, have closed circulatory system.
  2.    All vertebrates have separate pulmonary and systemic circulations.
  3.    The circulatory system of Mammals and Birds are similar to Amphibians.
  4.    Animals can have only one heart or else the circulatory system would not work.
Answer: Option A
: A

All vertebrates, annelids like earthworms and cephalopods like octopi, have a closed circulatory system, with the complete separation of both systemic and pulmonary circuits. The rest of the animal world has an open circulatory system. Birds, like mammals, have a 4-chambered heart. Amphibians and reptiles have 3 chambers in their hearts.
Question 6. Which of the following sequences is the correct pathway for systemic circulation?
  1.    Right ventricle → pulmonary aorta → tissues → pulmonary veins → left auricle
  2.    Left auricle → left ventricle → aorta → arteries → tissues → veins → right atrium
  3.    Left auricle → left ventricle → pulmonary aorta → tissues → right auricle
  4.    Right auricle → left ventricle → aorta → tissues → veins → right auricle
Answer: Option B
: B

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