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Ch.5 Life Science

vocabulary and definitions for chapter 5

QuestionAnswer
Define tissue a group of similar cells that together perform a specific function
Define organs two or more tissues that work together to perform a specific function
Define division of labor organs and tissues of multicellular organisms perform specialized functions that are not being performed by other organs and tissue
Define tissue a group of similar cells that together perform a specific function
Define organs two or more tissues that work together to perform a specific function
Define division of labor certain organs of multicellular
What causes soreness in muscles? exercising
What is turgor pressure? water pressure
What process gives off carbon dioxide? photosynthesis
What would happen to a plant if it has abundant turgor pressure? It would be stiff
What would happen to a plant if it has low turgor pressure? It would wilt or be limp.
What is released in cellular respiration oxygen
What is the formula for photosynthesis? carbon dioxide + water + light energy = sugar
What is the aerobic cellular respiration? sugar + oxygen = carbon dioxiced + water + energy
Where does cellular respiration occur in a cell? Eukaryotes
Which organelle is involved in cellular respiration? mitochondria
Which process involves producer organisms? photosynthesis
Created by: fhammond