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Becca's Science Ch 1

Science Chapter 1

the basic unit of structure and function of living things. cell
the part of a cell that directs all of the cell's activities nucleus
Which organelle directs a cell's activities? nucleus
Which is found only in planet cells? cell wall
Name three things that are different about plant cells. chloroplast, has a cell wall
Name three things that are different about animal cells. no chloroplast, does not have a cell wall
a group of cells that work together to perform a certain function tissue
a group of tissues that work together to perform that certain function organ
the organ system that turns food into nutrients that body cells need for energy, growth, and repair digestive system
Which type of tissue forms bones, tendons, and ligaments? connective tissue
Most of your body mass is what kind of tissue? muscle
What is the liquid part of blood called? plasma
What is the order of how cells form into systems, starting with the most basic. cells, tissue, organ, system
the heart, blood vessels,& blood circulatory system
a group of organs and tissues that exchange organ carbon dioxide respirator system
the bones that give the body structure skeleton system
the muscles &tendons that move bones muscular system
the system that direct activities of all other body system nervous system
which type of muscle form's the wall of the heart,voluntary or invluntary invluntary
central nervous system is made up of the brain and spinal cord part 1
peripheral nervous system is made up of sensory organs such as your eyes and ears part 2
Created by: giggleboo