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shelbys science 1025

is a basic unit of structure and function in living things. cell
is the control center of a cell nucleus
its nucleus which organelle directs a cell's activities
cell wall\ clorplase which is found in plant cell's
cell wall\ has clorplase two things plant cell's have are
no cell wall\ no clorplase two things animal cell's do not have are
nucules, varacal, cell membrain, mitochondra, cytoplash, chromosola plant and animal
a group of tissue that work together to perform a certain function organ
the organ system that turns food into nutrients that body cells need for energy, growth.repair digestive system
connective tissue which type of tissue forms bones, tendons, and ligaments
connective tissue which type of tissue forms bones, tendons, and ligaments
muscle tissue most of your body mass is
plasma what is the liquid part of blood called
cell to tissue to organ to organ system the order of how cells form
the organ system made up of the heart, blood vessels,and blood that transports materials throughout the body circulatory system
the organ system, including the lungs,that exchanges oxygen and carbon dioxide between the body and the envirnment respiratory system
the organ system, including the bones, that protects the body and gives it structure skeletal system
the organ system that includes the muscle and allows the body to move muscular system
the organ system, including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves that senses your surroundings and controls other organs nervous system
which type of muscles forms the walls of the heart, voluntary or involuntary? involuntary
Where do two bones join together like a hinge? joint
explain the paths that blood takes when it flows from the lungs and throughout the body the path that the blood takes starts at the lungs then goes to the veins then goes to the heart then goes to the arteries then goes to the capallerys then goes to the veins again and back up to the lungs and that is the procces.
part.1 nervous system is made up of the and central, brain, spinal cord
part.2 nervous system is mane up organs such as your and sensory, eyes, ears
Created by: shelby gill