the stiff, outer layer that surrounds a plant cell.
it surrounds the cell and holds the parts of the cell together.
the gel-like fluid between the cell membrane and the nucleus that contains the cell's parts.
parts of a plant cell that use sunlight to turn water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and sugar.
the smallest part of your body that carries out the activites of life.
the part of the cell that contains chromosomes.
microorganisms that cause disease.
a group of organs working together to carry out a life process.
a group of the same kind of cells that work together to do the same job.
a body system that moves blood through the body and includes the heart, blood, and blood vessels.
a group of different tissues that join together into one structure.
a body system made up of bones that support the body and help it move.
a system of the body that is made up of muscles and the tissues that attach them to bones.
the system of the body that helps you breathe.
the body system that breaks down food into very samll parts that the body can use.
What must take in food and get rid of wastes?
Materials in food are used by the cell to do what?
grow and repair wounds.
carry the instructions for the cell to do its job.
they are the cell's power producers.
mitochondria combine oxygen and food to release energy in a process called?
store and break down material.
What give plant cells extra support and protection?
How are new cells created?
by dividing old cells into new cells.
How many different kinds of cells are in your body?
The adult human body has about how many cells?
What type of cell make up the skin cell?
What type of round cell carries oxygen to all of your cells?
red blood cells
What type of cell are made up of branching cells?
Where are hairlike structures on cells found?
in the ear.
Where are cilia found?
in the lungs.
This hairlike structure help move dirt and germs out of the airways.
What types are tissue are found in animals?
muscle tissue, connective tissue, nerve tissue, glands, and epithelial tissue.
Bone cells grouped together are a type of what tissue?
Skin cells covering your skin are what type of cell?
helps you sense touch, pressure, and temperature.
carries food and oxygen to cells.
protects your body by keeping germs out and keeping water in.
What are types of animal organs?
heart, lungs, eyes, ears, and stomach.
What types of organs are found in plants?
stems, roots, leaves, and flowers.
What are three kinds of blood vessels?
arteries, veins, and capillaries.
is the smallest kind of blood vessel.
carries blood toward the heart and they have valves.
the domed shaped muscle that moves up and down while your breathe.
This organ tells your muscles what to do?
Name three types of pathogens?
bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
What disease is caused by bacteria?
strep throat and ear infections.
What disease is caused by viruses?
influenza, cold, and chicken pox.
This can only reproduce inside of living cells?
medicines that kill only bacteria.
How does the body defend itself against bacteria and viruses?
skin, stomach juices, and tears.
What are the levels of organization from the smallest to largest in living things?
cell, tissue, organ, and organ system.
Which cell part is found only in a plant cell?
Which disease is caused by a virus?
Which best describes a cell?
It is the basic unit of living things.
What is the job of the mitochondria?
Which organ is part of the digestive system?
Which organ is part of the respiratory system?
Which organ is part of the circulatory system?