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Animal and Plant System Interactions Review

Plants and animals are both considered ______________ because they are made up of more than one cell. Multi-cellular
Reactants of photosynthesis are _______ , _______ , & _______. Solar energy, carbon dioxide (CO2), and water (H20)
Reactants of cellular respiration are _______ & _______. Glucose and oxygen.
Organelle responsible for photosynthesis: Chloroplast
Organelle responsible for cellular respiration: Mitochondria
What part of the flower contains pollen? Anthers
What is fruit technically? Swollen plant ovaries
What is the correct path of plant sperm in fertilization? Pollen -> Stigma -> Ovule
What is self-fertilization of a flower? When the pollen from the anther of one plant sticks to it's own stigma.
What is the purpose of a flower? Produce sex cells (gametes) to ensure reproduction.
When you swallow food and it travels down your esophagus - what causes it to travel to your stomach? Peristalsis - muscle movements that push food particles through a muscular tube.
What is the final goal of cellular respiration? Make ATP = Cellular Energy
What is created in photosynthesis? Glucose = sugar = chemical energy (Water and oxygen are waste products)
What two systems are MAJOR players in animal reproduction? Reproductive system and Endocrine system
What does the endocrine system produce? Hormones
What is a hormone? Chemical signals for your brain.
What are living things called? Organisms
Which of the following function on the same organization level as skin cells? reproductive system, sperm cell, brain, or mitochondria Sperm - both are at the "CELL" level
Which of the following function on the same organization level as the respiratory system? bone, nervous system, heart, nucleus Nervous system - both are on "ORGAN SYSTEM" level.
Which of the following functions on the same organization level of a ribosome? Cholorplast, esophagus, skeletal system, blood Chloroplast - both are at the "ORGANELLE" level.
What are the levels of organization from smallest to largest? Molecule - organelle - cell - tissue - organ - organ system - organism
What are the levels of organization from largest to smallest? Organism - organ system - organ - tissue - cell - organelle - molecule
How are cellular respiration and photosynthesis alike? 1. Plants do both 2. They take in one form of energy and convert it to another. 3. Both are critical for life. 4. Both involve glucose, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water, and energy.
How are cellular respiration and photosynthesis different? 1. Mitochondria vs. Chloroplast 2. Plants only conduct photosynthesis. 3. Glucose and oxygen are ingredients for cellular respiration and products of photosynthesis. 4.
If you are given an example of an organ and an organ system, what is the next level of organization to be listed? Organism
Nucleui, mitochondria, ribosomes, vacuoles, and cell membranes are all at what level of organization? Organelles
What type of energy is glucose? Chemical
What type of energy is ATP? Cellular
What type of energy is sunlight? Solar / Radiant
What two systems are the major players in the process of gas exchange in your body? Respiratory and circulatory.
Created by: kpartin