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Anatomy of Blood Quiz

How much do you know about your blood? 21 Questions.

 
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What is the scientific term for red blood cells?

  • Erythrocyte
  • Leukocyte
  • Megakaryocyte
  • Plasma

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What is the main function of the red blood cells?

  • To fight off infection.
  • To transport carbon dioxide to all cells in the body.
  • To transport oxygen to all cells in the body.
  • Assist in immune response.

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About how many red blood cells are in one cubic millimeter of blood?

  • 500,000
  • 4 billion
  • 5,000
  • 5 million

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A decrease in the oxygen-carrying ability of the red blood cells causes symptoms such as fatigue, pale skin, irregular heartbeat, and shortness of breath. What is the general name for this disorder?

  • Hemophilia
  • Anemia
  • Leukemia
  • Thrombocytopenia

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Sickle cell anemia affects the ability of the RBCs to transport oxygen. Sickling of the RBCs can be induced in someone with sickle cell anemia by which of the following?

  • Vigorous excercise.
  • Stress.
  • Blood loss.
  • All of the above.

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Leukocytes are known as what?

  • White blood cells (WBCs).
  • Platelets.
  • Red blood cells.
  • Hemocytoblasts.

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Put these white blood cells in order from the most numerous to the least numerous.

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  • Monocytes.
  • Eosinophils.
  • Neutrophils.
  • Lymphocytes.

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Match the formed element of the blood to its function in the body.

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Left

  • Erythocyte
  • Neutrophil
  • Platelet
  • Lymphocyte

Right

  • Initiates blood clotting.
  • Phagocyte; number increases during acute infection.
  • Very important to body immunity.
  • Delivers oxygen to cells.

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If a child is diagnosed with sickle cell anemia, what does this say about their genes?

  • One parent had sickle cell anemia.
  • Both parents had sickle cell anemia.
  • One parent carried the sickle cell gene.
  • Both parents carried the sickle cell gene.

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A serious bacterial infection will cause more of which WBC to be in the blood?

  • Basophils.
  • Neutrophils.
  • Lymphocytes.
  • Eosinophils.

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What type of white blood cell is this?

  • Neutrophil.
  • Erythrocyte.
  • Lymphocyte.
  • Monocyte.

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What type of white blood cell is this?

  • Lymphocyte.
  • Eosinophil.
  • Neutrophil.
  • Monocyte.

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What type of white blood cell is this?

  • Eosinophil.
  • Neutrophil.
  • Monocyte.
  • Basophil.

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Put the blood types in order from most common to least common.

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  • Type A.
  • Type B.
  • Type O.
  • Type AB.

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Which blood type is the universal donor?

  • Type B
  • Type AB
  • Type A
  • Type O

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List the steps of blood clot formation that occurs after an injury in correct order.

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  • Fibrin creates a sticky, weblike structure over clot.
  • Platelet plug forms.
  • Other cells, RBCs and WBCs, stick to clot and reinforce it.
  • Clotting factors cause a chemical reaction to create fibrin.

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A clot that develops and persists in an unbroken vessel is called what?

  • Thrombus.
  • Embolus.
  • Fibrin.
  • Petechiae.

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If the thrombus breaks away from the vessel wall, it becomes what?

  • Fibrin.
  • Phagocyte.
  • Embolus.
  • Petechiae.

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What occurs in leukemia?

  • Infection and bleeding can be life threatening.
  • Production of platelets and RBCs is decreased.
  • The cancerous WBCs fail to specialize.
  • All of the above.

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Match the blood type with the type it can receive in a transfusion.

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Left

  • Type A
  • Type B
  • Type AB
  • Type O

Right

  • B, O
  • O
  • A, B, AB, O
  • A, O

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Match the blood type to the one to which it can donate.

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Left

  • Type A
  • Type B
  • Type AB
  • Type O

Right

  • AB
  • A, AB
  • B, AB
  • A, B, AB, O

 

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