Skeletal/Muscular
Digestive
Respiratory/Circulatory
Nervous
Unicellular vs Multicellular
100

Name the main structures of the skeletal system.

Bones

100

The Digestive System is being used when we...

eat

100

Name the structures of the Respiratory system.

mouth/nose

trachea

lungs

diaphragm

100

Name the structures of the Nervous system.

brain

spinal cord

nerves

100

Name one example of a unicellular organism and one example of a multicellular organism.

Unicellular examples: amoeba, paramecia, bacteria

Multicellular examples: humans, plants, animals

200
Name the main structures of the Muscular System.

muscles and tendons

200

Name the 2 main functions of the Digestive System.

Break down food

Absorb nutrients

200

Name the structures of the Cardiovascular system.

heart

blood

blood vessels (veins and arteries)

200

Name the 4 main functions of the Nervous system.

send directions to the rest of the body

learning

movement

reflexes

200

In what way are insects and humans similar?

a. Both are single-celled organisms.

b. Both are multicellular organisms.

c. Both have cells that capture sunlight to make food.

d. Both have a single cell that carries out all life functions.

b. Both are multicellular organisms.

300

Name the 3 main functions of the Muscular System.

protect the body

support the body

help the body move

300

Name the 4 main structures of the Digestive System.

mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines

300

Name the 2 main functions of the Respiratory system.

Take in oxygen

Release carbon dioxide

300

Which systems does the Nervous system control?

All other systems!

300

Which is a characteristic of most single-celled organisms?

a. They have a nervous system

b. They have many different types of cells

c. They perform all life processes (MRS. GREN)

d. They have a cardiovascular system

c. They perform all life processes (MRS. GREN)
400

Name the 4 main functions of the Skeletal System.

protect the body

support the body

help the body move

blood cell production/storage

400

In what way are the digestive and circulatory systems alike?

a. Both protect organs in the body.

b. Both control movement of the body.

c. Both absorb gases or nutrients into the body.

d. Both provide structural support for the body.

c. Both absorb gases or nutrients into the body.

400

What is the relationship between the respiratory system and the circulatory system?

Both systems allow us to take in/spread oxygen and both systems allow us to remove carbon dioxide.

400

In what way are the circulatory system and the nervous system similar?

a. They both perform the same function.

b. They are both structural systems.

c. They are both transport systems.

d. They both involve the same organs.

c. They are both transport systems

400

Which statement best describes how a multicellular organism survives?

a. Every cell carries out the same functions for the survival of the organism.

b. The cells all have the same structures that allow the organism to survive.

c. All life processes are performed by each cell for the survival of the organism.

d. The cells have different functions, and together they are essential for the survival of the organism. 

d. The cells have different functions, and together they are essential for the survival of the organism.

500

Which human body systems are located throughout most of the body?

a. digestive and respiratory

b. skeletal and respiratory

c. nervous and circulatory

d. respiratory and circulatory

c. nervous and circulatory

500

I am the name of the tube that is located near the windpipe that lets food travel from the throat to the stomach. What am I?

The esophagus

500

Name the 2 main functions of the Circulatory system.

Transport needed substances (oxygen) throughout the body.

Carry away waste (carbon dioxide)

500

Which statement best describes the relationship between the nervous system and the muscular system?

a. The nervous system controls the muscular system.

b. The muscular system controls the nervous system.

c. The nervous system provides nutrients and oxygen for the muscular system.

d. The muscular system provides nutrients and oxygen for the nervous system.

a. The nervous system controls the muscular system.

500

Which statement best explains how a bacterial cell is capable of surviving as a single-celled organism?

a. It is able to create new cells more slowly than other kinds of cells.

b. It is large enough to capture the food it needs for growth.

c. It is so small, it can survive in almost any place.

d. It has the ability to carry out all of its life functions.

d. It has the ability to carry out all of its life functions.

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