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The Five Levels of Organization from simplist to most complex.
a) Cells, Tissues, Organs, Organ Systems, Organisms b) Tissues, Organs, Cells, Organisims, Cells c) Organisms, Organ Systems, Tissues, Cells, Organs d) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems, Organisms, Tissues
Which of the following is an example of an Organism.
a) Palm Tree b) Piece of wood c) An Egg d) Jello
Which of the following is and example of a Organ?
a) Heart b) Palm Tree c) Puppy d) An Egg
Which of the following is an example of a cell?
a) An Egg b) A Palm Tree c) A Puppy d) Lungs
The main function of the heart is to?
a) Pump blood b) Falling in love c) Exchange Oxygen d) to break
What is the name of the process where Oxygen and CO2 are exchanged through a membrane?
a) Osmosis b) Synapse c) Digestion d) Filtration
Energy is needed to move things out of a cell.
a) Active Transport b) Passive Transport c) Recessive Transport d) Fluid Transport
Which is the most complex level of all living things
a) Organism b) Organ System c) Cell d) Tissue
What organ acts like a nucleus in a cell
a) Brain b) Kidney c) Skin d) Lungs
Your skin acts like this in the cell.
a) Cell Membrane b) Nucleus c) Chloroplast d) Cytoplasm
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