5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Pulmonary Vein
- How do impatiens capensis transport their seeds?
- output zone
- a Enzyme that breaks down proteins in the stomach
- b carries oxygenated blood from the lungs to the heart
- c The part of a neuron, usually corresponding to the axon terminals, at which the cell sends information to another cell.
- d They jetteson their seeds like and explosion
- e a single reproductive cell that grows into a new plant
5 Multiple choice questions
- (specific immunity) aquired ability to recognize and destroy a pathogen or its products. Requires exposure of the immune system to the pathogen
- Water, by osmosis, creates pressure along with the sucrose already in the phloem and pushed solution toward sink
- inner lining of the uterus
- small translucent lancet-shaped burrowing marine animal
5 True/False questions
Larva → Free living, sexually immature stage in the development of many kinds of animals, one that precedes the adult form
Cnidarian → The body has a front to back axis, with an anchor/ leading end and a posterior/ trailing end.
Bacteriophage → Large white blood cell that removes bacteria, foreign particles, and dead cells
Ligament → connects bone to bone
True Fruit → a fruit in which all tissues are derived from a ripened ovary and its contents-protects and aids dispersal. Tomatoes and pea pods