Levels of Organization
Body Systems
Plant Part
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Tropism/Homeostasis
100

This is the lowest level of organization, also known as the smallest unit of a living organism

What is a cell?

100

The organ in the body that produces Insulin.

What is the Pancreas?

100

he male part of a flower consisting of filaments and pollen-producing anthers.  

Stamen

100

What type of energy is produced from cellular respiration?

ATP

100

The growth of plant TOWARDS the gravitational force.

What is POSITIVE gravitropism?

200

What level of organization comes before the organism?

What are organ systems?

200

The system that breaks down food for cells to use.

Digestive system

200

The part of the flowering plant that contains the seeds.

What is fruit?

200

During cellular respiration, cells break down glucose and other molecules from food in the presence of oxygen, releasing ______.

Energy

200

When a plant grows away from the stimuli.

What is NEGATIVE THIGMOTROPISM?

300

Name the levels of organization from most simple to most complex

What is cells-> tissues-> organs-> organ systems-> organism

300

What are the three types of muscle

Skeletal, Smooth, Cardiac

300

The anchor of the plant; also absorbs and carries water and nutrients from the soil.

What is root?

300

In which organelle does cellular respiration take place?

Mitochondria

300

The part of the plant that shows NEGATIVE geotropism.

What is the SHOOTS?

400

ame one example of a structure that fits this definition:

Made of 2 or more types of tissues

What is (list any organ)?

400

The body system that controls the entire body

Nervous system

400

Plant part that connects the leaf blade to the stem

What is Petiole?

400

What sugar is produced during photosynthesis?

Glucose

400

An older term for gravitropism.

What is geotropism?

500

List all eleven organ systems in the human body

What is the Integumentary, Lymphatic, Circulatory, Respiratory, Cardiovascular, Digestive, Nervous, Endocrine, Excretory, Reproductive, Muscular, Skeletal?

500

A waste gas that is transported from the inside of the body to the outside of the body

carbon dioxide

500

This cell structure contains the cytoskeleton, cytosol and the organelles

What is cytoplasm?

500

In which organelle does photosynthesis take place?

Chloroplast

500
What is an of example homeostasis?
Examples of homeostasis include the regulation of body temperature, and the balance between acidity and alkalinity.


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