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  1. 9th Grade Health Final Exam Review

  2. Please select a Team. • Team 1 • Team 2 • Team 3 • Team 4 • Team 5 • Team 6 • Team 7 • Team 8

  3. Doing what needs to be done • Self esteem • Caring • Responsibility

  4. Number of chambers in the heart • 2 • 4 • 6

  5. Helps build, maintain and repair body tissues • Carbohydrates • Glucose • Proteins

  6. Main airways that reach into lungs • Bronchi • Trachea • Capillaries

  7. Separates the chest from abdominal cavity • Urethra • Epiglottis • Diaphragm

  8. Connects the spinal cord to the rest of brain • Brain stem • Frontal lobe • Meninges

  9. Environment bacteria multiplies in • Cool, damp places • Warm, moist places • Warm, dry place

  10. STD caused by a parasite • Syphilis • Trichomoniasis • Herpes

  11. Not having sexual relations with anyone • Monogamy • Heterosexual • Abstinent

  12. Racing Leader Board

  13. One pound of fat equals • 1,000 calories • 2,500 calories • 3,500 calories

  14. Causes a progressive loss of bone tissue • Osteoporosis • Scoliosis • Bursitis

  15. Carries blood away from heart • Veins • Arteries • Capillaries

  16. Girth is the distance around • Chest • Waist • Any body part

  17. Fits inside uterus to prevent pregnancy • Diaphragm • Cervical cap • Intrauterine device

  18. Foreign invaders that attack the body • B cells • Antigens • Antibodies

  19. Forms the walls of the heart • Cardiac muscle • Smooth muscle • Skeletal muscle

  20. Keeping promises; being a person of your word • Responsibility • Caring • Trustworthiness

  21. Racing Leader Board

  22. Being socially responsible • Citizenship • Respectfulness • Self-esteem

  23. Strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as cushion between bones • Ligament • Cartilage • Tendon

  24. Body type with low % of body fat, small bone size, and a small amount of muscle mass • Ectomorph • Mesomorph • Endomorph

  25. Carrying too much body fat for your age • Overweight • Essential fat • Overfat

  26. Amount of water you should consume each day • 48 oz. • 64 oz. • 72 oz.

  27. Medicine that cures viral STD’s • Vitamins • Antibiotics • Nothing

  28. A bacterial STD • Chlamydia • Herpes • Genital Warts

  29. Example of a fiber rich food • Cheese • Tuna fish • Whole wheat bread

  30. Essential to develop healthy, lean body tissue • Potassium • Calcium • Sodium

  31. Bone slips out of place, causing a tear in the ligaments • Dislocation • Bunion • Arthritis

  32. Racing Leader Board

  33. Removing waste from the body • Digestion • Excretion • Circulation

  34. Sore from syphilis • Scab • Blister • Chancre

  35. Attaches to bone that causes body movements • Cardiac muscle • Smooth muscle • Skeletal muscle

  36. Fibrous cord that attaches muscle to bone • Cartilage • Ligament • Tendon

  37. The value a person attaches to his or her self image • Respectfulness • Self-esteem • Citizenship

  38. Minimum amount of body fat necessary for good health • Overweight • Essential fat • Excessive leanness

  39. Kneecap • Patella • Humerus • Clavicle

  40. Place where baby is formed • Uterus • Fallopian tubes • cervix

  41. Gets cut during a vasectomy • Prostate • Vas deferens • Urethra

  42. Number of bones in adult skeleton • 200 • 202 • 206

  43. Racing Leader Board

  44. 4 Types of blood • A, B, O, AB • A, B, C, AB • B, 0, Z, OB

  45. Virus that causes AIDS • HIV • HPV • STD

  46. The need to eat • Appetite • Hunger • Craving

  47. Does not always show symptoms • Genital warts • Herpes • Chlamydia

  48. First line of defense against a disease • Skin • T cells • Thymus gland

  49. Fluid that lymphatic system moves around body • Saliva • Lymph • Semen

  50. Controls the right side of the body • Right hemisphere • Left hemisphere • Spinal cord