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Why is the human brain NOT considered to be a living organism?
a) It is not made of cells b) It cannot cannot complete photosynthesis c) It cannot reproduce itself. d) It does not require oxygen.
Phosphorus is important in bone tissue. Which other element is important to bones?
a) iron b) oxygen c) sodium d) calcium
Which of the following is considered to be a living organism?
a) egg cell b) human heart c) grass d) atmosphere
An organism must have a ______________________ in order to be considered living.
a) brain b) metabolism c) nervous system d) stimulus
SPONCH, a memory key for the important elements in living things stands for
a) selenium, potassium, oxygen, nitrogen, calcium, and hydrogen b) sulfur, phosphorus, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, and hydrogen c) sulfur, potassium, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, and hydrogen d) selenium, phosphorus, osmium, nitrogen, calcium, and helium
Phosphorus, one of the most important elements in life, is found in
a) DNA b) sugars c) proteins d) all organic compounds
An atom with how many electrons in its outer shell is most stable?
a) 1 b) 4 c) 8 d) 10
What parts of the atoms are responsible for how they interact with other atoms?
a) nuclei b) protons c) neutrons d) electrons
Which is not a living thing?
a) carbon dioxide b) an amoeba c) a daisy d) a jellyfish
When a snail is touched it retreats into its shell. This is an example of
a) reproduction b) response to a stimulus c) metabolism d) a unicellular organism
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