How Do Cells Work Together? - Vocab Question Preview (ID: 35592)


Unit 3 Lesson 3.

The outer layer of skin is
a) epithelial tissue
b) nerve tissue
c) brain tissue
d)

Types of tissues we have
a) four tissues: muscle, connective, nerve, and epithelial tissue
b) three tissues: muscle, connective, and nerve tissue
c) four tissues: muscle, connective, nerve, and brain tissue
d) four tissues: muscle, connective, spinal, and brain tissue

The organ that processes information.
a) brain
b) organ system
c) skin
d) tissue

A protective layer that covers the body
a) skin
b) tissue
c) organ system
d) organ

A body part that is made up of smaller parts that work together to do a certain job
a) organ
b) skin
c) organ system
d) tissue

A group of organs that work together to do one type of job.
a) organ system
b) skin
c) organ
d) brain

Cells of the same type that work together to do a certain job.
a) tissue
b) organ system
c) skin
d) organ

The brain and spine are
a) nerve tissue
b) epithelial tissue
c) muscle tissue
d) connective tissue

These tissues include tendons in your arms and legs that connect muscles to bones
a) connective tissue
b) muscle tissue
c) nerve tissue
d) epithelial tissue

This system lets you sense your surroundings and sends information to your brain.
a) nervous system
b) respiratory system
c) circulatory system
d)

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