LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION
Phototropism (light)/ Wilting/ Transporation
Geotropism/ Thigmotropism
ANIMAL EXTERNAL
Animal Internal
100

Smallest unit of life.

What are cells?

100

A tree grows in the forest and grows taller with larger branches than in an open field. What is the stimuli working on the tree?

What is light?

100

Thigmotropism is when the plant reacts to a touch of an outer force. True or False?

What is True?

100

What do animals need to do in order to survive?

What is react to the internal and external stimulus 

100

A cat sneaks into the neighbors yard and eats trash. How is the Cats body going to respond?

What is throwing up?

200

Water moves inside plants using xylem, a structure made up of a collection of cells that form the tube-like xylem. Xylem is classified as -

What is tissue?

200

What are the internal and external conditions that have to be present in order for a plant to transpire?

What is plenty of water in the plant and it is day time?

200

Why do a plants roots grow down?

What is gravity puling on the radicle?
200

A wildebeest sees an alligator. How does his body respond?

What is rapid heartbeat?

and running away

200

A Human goes to the mall for some Saturday shopping. While at the mall she breathes in a virus. How is her body going to respond?

What is raising core body temperature to run a fever?

300

The root and shoot systems in plants work together to form a more complex organization known as -

What is an organism?

300

What is the pressure inside of a plant that keeps it from wilting?

What is Turgor pressure

300

If you were to touch a certain plant and it moves. Is that a type of Thigmotropism, geotropism, or reactive tropism?

Yes, the touch (keyword)

300

A monarch butterfly notices the daylight hours getting shorter. How does the Butterfly respond?

What is the monarch butterfly migrating.
300

When an animal is infected with a virus, the body responds by creating conditions that are not favorable for the virus. It does this by -

raising the core body temperature.

400

The roots of a plant help to anchor the plant to the soil, and are also used for food storage and water extraction. Roots are made up of tissues, such as xylem, phloem, and pith. In which level of organization would the roots of a plant most likely be classified?

What is an organ?

400

When a plant wilts due to lack of water, it is responding to which of the following internal stimuli?

What is lack of water in its cells? 

400

A seed in planted in soil. What stimuli is working on the seed?

What is gravity?

400

In the desert it is dry and hot. A lizard in the desert is going to respond by

What is burrowing in the ground to conserve water.
400

Which of the following is a likely cause of vomiting?

Ingesting spoiled food?

500

Put the levels of organization in order from least complex to most complex

What is Cell, tissue, Organ, Organ system, Organism. 

500

A student places a plant in a dark room next to a growth lamp, while providing sufficient water and nutrients to ensure the plant’s growth and survival. The plant will likely respond by

What is grow toward the lamp

500

A Venus fly trap is touched by a fly and then closes. The stimuli working on the Venus fly trap is

What is the fly touching the Venus fly trap?

500

A Zebra is grazing in the savannah and he sees a lion the zebra is going to respond by

What is flight?

500

Why do animals respond to internal stimuli?

What is to maintain Homeostasis? 

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