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Cells - Organization

Organization of Living Things

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What is the smallest unit that can perform all life's tasks? cell
Different organs working together to perform a major function in an organism organism
Group of similar cells that are specialized to perform a particular function tissue
Group of specialized tissues that are gathered in a certain part of the organism to perform a particular function together organ
What is the correct order of organization of a an organism, starting with the simplest? Cell -> Tissue -> Organ -> Organ system -> Organism
Made of many subsystems interacting together Organism
What two organelles does a plant cell have the an animal cell does not? cell wall and chloroplasts
One brick in a building can best be compared to which level of organization? cell
An entire building can best be compared to which level of organization? an organism
When looking at a specimen under the microscope, you should be able to groups of similar cells? what is this called A Tissue
When looking at a specimen under the microscope, you will see a large dot in the center of the cell. This is the largest organelle in the cell nucleus
When looking at the leaf a plant under the microscope, you will see tiny, green dots. Which organelle are these green dots? Chloroplast
What is the function (job) of the cell wall? Support and protection. Allows plant to stand upright
What is the function (job) of the chloroplast? Aids in photosynthesis, allow the plant to turn light energy into chemical energy
What is the shape of a plant cell? square
What is the shape of an animal cell ? circle
Created by: MrsMinorScience