Skin

Lauren Humphrey
Quiz by Lauren Humphrey, updated more than 1 year ago
Lauren Humphrey
Created by Lauren Humphrey over 4 years ago
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A quiz to help everyone sitting their biology gcse this month. This ones about skin

Resource summary

Question 1

Question
What makes the hair stand up?
Answer
  • Erector muscle
  • Blood capillaries
  • Hair folecule

Question 2

Question
Your hairs lie flat to keep you warm
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

Question
In hot conditions the blood vessels [blank_start]dilate[blank_end] (or vasodilation occurs), so the vessels carry more [blank_start]blood[blank_end] and therefore carry more [blank_start]heat[blank_end]. Sweat [blank_start]glands[blank_end] produce more sweat which [blank_start]evaporates[blank_end] which takes energy. Therefore more energy / heat is [blank_start]lost[blank_end].
Answer
  • dilate
  • widen
  • blood
  • sweat
  • heat
  • energy
  • glands
  • pores
  • evaporates
  • condenses
  • lost
  • gained

Question 4

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Blood vessels _____ in cold conditions.
Answer
  • Contract
  • Dilate

Question 5

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Your hairs stand up to create a layer of insulation and keep you warm.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

Question
Label the diagram.
Answer
  • Sweat gland
  • Sweat pore
  • Hair
  • Hair folecule
  • Sweat pore
  • Sweat gland
  • Erector muscle
  • Hair folecule
  • Blood capillaries
  • Hair folecule

Question 7

Question
What happens to the skin in cold conditions?
Answer
  • The blood vessels dilate
  • The erector muscles contract
  • Air is trapped in the hairs to create a layer of insulation
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