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Human organs

Science 7A

Organ that controls what the body does. brain
Part of the microscope you look down. eyepiece lens
Wheel on a microscope that moves parts of the microscope to get the image into focus. focusing wheel
Organ that pumps blood. heart
What you see down a microscope. image
an organ used to digest, absorb and remove water from food intestine
Organs used to clean the blood and make urine. kidneys
Plant organ used to make food using photosynthesis. leaf
Organ used to make and destroy substances in our bodies. liver
Organs used to take oxygen out of the air and put waste carbon dioxide into the air. lungs
How much bigger a microscope makes something appear. magnification
Used to magnify small things. microscope
A large part of a plant or animal that does a very important job. organ
Process that plants use to make their own food. It needs light to work. photosynthesis
Plant organ used to take water out of the soil. root
Organ used for protection and feeling. skin
Glass sheet that a specimen is put on. slide
What you look at down a microscope. specimen
Plant organ used to take water to the leaves and to support the leaves. stem
Organ used to store and break up food. stomach
Organs are made of different tissues. tissue
the basic unit which living things are made of cell
controls what goes into and out of a cell cell surface membrane
tough wall around plant cells. Helps to support the cell cell wall
jelly inside a cell where the cell's activities happen cytoplasm
controls what a cell does nucleus
storage space in plant cells vacuole
when something has certain features to help it do a particular job. adapted
cell that can change its length and so help us to move muscle cell
cell that carries messages around the body nerve cell
cell found in roots. It has a large surface area to help the cell absorb water quickly root hair cell
part of the stamen. It produces pollen grains anther
part of the stamen. It supports the anther. filament
organ system containing reproductive organs - carpel(female), stamen(male) flower
something used to carry seeds. Can be fleshy or dry fruit
part of the carpel. It contains the ovules, each of which contain an egg cell ovary (in a plant)
contains the egg cells ovule
the male sex cell in plants pollen grain
transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma pollination
contains a plant embryo and a store of food seed
male reproductive organ found in flowers. It is made of an anther and a filament stamen
part of the carpel. It is where pollen lands stigma
part of the carpel connecting the stigma to the ovary. style
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