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5 Matching questions

  1. Lymphocyte
  2. Thigmotrophism
  3. How do impatiens capensis transport their seeds?
  4. How do the seeds of tulip trees, american elms, and maples get transported?
  5. Soft Palate
  1. a They jetteson their seeds like and explosion
  2. b They have winged fruit
  3. c a plants growth in response to touch
  4. d Type of white blood cell that produces antibodies that help destroy pathogens
  5. e tissue at the back of the roof of the mouth; separates the mouth from the nasopharynx

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a part of an organism consisting of an aggregate of cells having a similar structure and function
  2. One of a group of marine, multicellular, autotrophic protists, the most common type of seaweed. Brown algae include the kelps.
  3. protein that mainly makes up the thin filaments in striations in skeletal muscle cells
  4. Single-celled, but have a nucleus. Most have mitochondria, golgi bodies, and endoplasmic reticulum. Have more than one chromosome. Many have chloroplasts. Divide by way of mitosis, meiosis, or both.
  5. water molds, mildews: lack chloroplasts, decomposers

5 True/False questions

  1. where does lipid/ fat digestion begin?small intestine


  2. Strobilusinsects, Compact cluster of spore-bearing structures found in seedless vascular plants


  3. monotremeSkirtlike extension of the body mass that drapes back upon itself


  4. Gnetophytesubstance that is dissolved in a solvent to make a solution


  5. How do cocklebur, bur clover, and bedstraw seeds get transported?Getting eaten and moved by animals


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