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Science Ch.1

What is a Cell? The basic unit of all living things
What is Nucleus? The part ofa cell that drives all living things.
What directs a cells activy? Nucleus.
What is Found ONLY in plant cells? Chorplast, and Cell wall
A group of cells that work together to perform a certain fuction Tissue
A group of tissue that works together to from a certin fuction Organ
The organ system that turns food into nutriens that the cells need Digestive system
Most of your body mass is _______ tissue. Muscle
The order of how cells from into systems, starting with the most basic living things Cells to Tissue to organ to oragn system.
What is found in BOTH plant and animal cells? cytoplasm, cell membrane, nucleus
The muscle forms around the walls of the heart is voluntary or involuntary? involuntary
When you breath in air, the air goes to the ____ than to the _____ and then to the _____, to the _______ than to the _______, then the ______ and then back to the lungs Lungs, veins, Heart, arteries, cappilaries, veins, Lungs
Created by: Maggie99