Levels of Organization
Cells
Tissues
Organs
Organ Systems
100

What is the most complex structure in the levels of organization diagram?

Organism

100

Which type of cell has a cell wall?

Plant Cell

100

Which type of tissue is responsible for making bone?

Connective tissue

100

When enough _____________ are put together, they form organs.

tissues

100

Which organ system includes your lungs?

Respiratory system

200

What organizational level includes the lymphatic system?

Organ Systems

200

Which type of cell has vacuoles that are small?

Animal Cell

200

Which type of tissue is made out of neurons?

Nervous tissue

200

Which organ acts as a protective barrier?

Skin

200

Define organ system

A group of organs working independently and cooperatively with other organ systems to keep an organism alive

300

When enough tissues are gathered together, what is formed?

Organs

300

What is the role and function of mitochondria?

To create energy for the cell and organism.

300

What are the 4 types of tissues commonly found in the human body?

Epithelial tissue, Nervous tissue, Connective Tissue, Muscular Tissue

300

Which organ is responsible for sending and transmitting signals to the rest of the body?

Brain

300

Name 3 organ systems needed to eat a hamburger

nervous system, muscular system, skeletal system, circulatory system, respiratory system, digestive system, etc...

400

Which organizational level ranks low on the complexity scale and is also the most basic unit of life?

Cell

400

In what organelle is genetic information kept?

Nucleus

400

What is the function of epithelial tissue?

Provide protection for the body. Skin will act as protective barrier for the organs of an organism

400

Name 3 organs of the digestive system

mouth, teeth, throat, esophagus, stomach, small intestines, large intestines, etc

400

Which system is responsible for releasing thyroid hormone or growth hormone?

Endocrine system

500

What is the function of the organ system?

A group of organs working together to perform a specific function for an organism, usually to keep the organism alive. The organs work with other organs in other organ systems as well.

500

Name 3 major differences between plant and animals cells

Cell wall, Chloroplasts, Large central Vacuole

500

What are the 3 types of muscular tissue?

smooth muscle, skeletal muscle, and cardiac muscle.

500

What is the role and function of the primary circulatory organ?

To pump blood throughout the body

500

The _______________ is a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials.

Lymphatic system

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