5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How do impatiens capensis transport their seeds?
- Fibrous Regular Connective Tissue
- a They jetteson their seeds like and explosion
- b A mutualistic association between plant roots and fungi.
- c a class of small arthropod animals that has three separate sections to their bodies: head, thorax, abdomen.
- d control center; determines the set point at which the variable is maintained; receives input from receptor; determines appropriate response
- e bundles of collagen fibers with fibroblasts crowded between fibers forming tendons and ligaments, used for tensile strength
5 Multiple choice questions
- most of the world's seaweeds. contain chlorophyll and red pigment. live in tropical waters. multicellular. grow less than 1 meter in length. can grow 260 m below the surface.
- Areas, of contact / near contact, between bones.
- a sweet liquid produced by many flowering plants. used to attract pollinators
- female or male reproductive organ that produces sex cells and hormones; ovary or testis
- the extension of a neuron, long fiber that carries impulses away from the cell body of a neuron
5 True/False questions
Adaptive Immunity → immunity to disease that occurs as part of an individual's natural biologic makeup
Glycocalyx → type of gynmnosperm with palmate leaves and massive cones (most often found in the tropics and subtropics)
Nervous Tissue → tissue that receives messages from the body's external and internal environment, analyzes the data, and directs the response
Cocklebur → plants that have prickly fruits and are related to the thistle
Dendritic → Alert the immune system