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How is a plant different from bacteria?
a) plant is multi-celled with each cell performing a specific function. Bacteria is single-celled and one cell does it all b) bacteria is multi-celled with each cell performing a specific function. Plant is single-celled and one cell does it all c) plant is multi-celled and one cell performs all functions. Bacteria is single-celled and each cell performs a specific job d) bacteria is multi-celled with one cell performing all functions. Plant is single-celled, each cell performs a specific task
How are multi-celled and single-celled organism different?
a) multi-celled organisms need energy to survive, while single-celled organisms need no energy to survive b) single-celled organisms can e seen without using a microscope, while multi-celled organisms are microscopic c) multi-celled organisms have alot of specialized cells to perform life functions, while single-celled organisms use one cell d) single-celled organisms have large numbers of cells doing them same thing, multi-celled are doing multiple things
How are multi-celled organisms different from single-celled organisms?
a) multi-celled organisms must reproduce b) multi-celled organisms must obtain energy c) multi-celled organisms have microscopic body structures d) multi-celled organisms have specialized cells to perform life functions
How does an ant benefit from being a multicellular organism?
a) ants have one specialized cell that performs a variety of tasks necessary for life b) ants performs a variety of tasks to be able to survive so they need many specialized cells c) ants have one type of cell and this cell performs the same task to help them survive d) ants are small organisms but depend on only two different types of cells to help them survive
How is it possible for single-celled organisms to survive?
a) they are small and can easily avoid predators b) they have all of their needs met within one cell c) they have adapted to live only in specific environments d) they depend on other cells to obtain food, water, and other resources
Which best describes a snake?
a) a snake is made up of one cell that carries out one life process at a time b) a snake is make up of many cells that carry out one life process at a time c) a snake is make up of one cell that carries out many different life processes when needed d) a snake is made up of many cells that carry out many different life processes when needed
Which best explains why animals need many cells?
a) to produce their own food b) to remove waste manterials c) to perform all the functions necessary for life d) to take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen
White-tailed deer have many body systems that work together to perform the functions necessary for survival. Which best describes the white-tailed deer?
a) it is an organism with no cells b) it is an organism with many cells c) it is an organism with only one cell d) it is an organism with only two cells
Which best describes a single-celled organism?
a) a small group of organisms b) a small organism with a variety of parts c) an organism that relies on other organisms to survive d) an organisms that is able to carry out all its life processes
Which best explains why both cats and humans are multicellular organisms
a) they get energy from many food sources b) they get energy from a single food source c) they need only one cell to meet their basic needs d) they need many cells working together to meet their basic needs
Why does a human require specialized cells to live?
a) specialized cells allow humans to adapt to changes in their environment b) human bodies have systems that require cells with different functions c) specialized cells allows for all life processes to occur in one cell d) human bodies are simple and require few cells
What is the main purpose of single-celled organisms?
a) to survive b) to reproduce c) to produce food for other organisms d) to work with other single-celled organisms
How are single-celled organisms and multi-celled organisms similar?
a) both need food for energy and growth b) both have a skeletal system for support c) both require the interaction of many cells to survive d) both are able to carry out all life functions in only one cell
Which best explains why humans are multicellular organisms?
a) human cells are too small to function alone b) human cells join together to form one large cell c) humans need many cells to carry out life processes d) humans have many systems that perform the same function
How are multicellular and unicellular organisms different?
a) multicellular organisms have more than one cell and are smaller than unicellular organisms b) unicellular organisms have more than one cell and are larger than multicellular organims c) unicellular organisms have one cell and are smaller than multicellular organisms d) multicellular organisms have one cell and are larger than unicellular organisms
How are rabbits different from bacteria?
a) rabbits need only a single cell to complete all life functions while bacteria need multiple cells to survive b) rabbits need multiple cells to complete all life functions while bacteria only need a single cell to survive c) rabbits need multiple cells to complete all life functions while bacteria do not need any cells to survive d) rabbits complete all life functions with one single cell while bacteria do not need any cells to survive
Which best describes a difference between single-celled organisms and multicellular organisms?
a) single-celled organisms are simple, while multicellular organisms are complex b) single-celled organisms have many functions, while multicellular organisms have one function c) single-celled organisms can live without water, while multicellular organisms cannot live without water d) single-celled organisms can only be found in one specific environment, while multicellular organisms can be found anywhere
Which is a difference between frogs and bacteria?
a) frogs are able to control all life processes in one cell, while bacteria cannot b) frogs are single-celled organisms, while bacteria are are multi-celled organisms c) frogs are multi-celled organisms, while bacteria are single-celled organisms d) frogs must rely on other single-celled organisms for survival, while bacteria are dependent only on themselves
Which best describes a single-celled organism?
a) an organism with one cell that uses other cells to survive b) an organism with many cells that work together to survive c) an organism with many cells that battle each other to survive d) an organism with one cell that performs all of its life processes
Which is a characteristic of bacteria?
a) large in size b) able to survive as a single cell c) found only in one particular evnironment d) made up of many different cells working together
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