5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Pollen Grain
- How do the seeds of tulip trees, american elms, and maples get transported?
- What three types of tissue do all vertebrates have?
- a in cnidarians, a stinging cell that is used to inject a toxin into prey
- b They have winged fruit
- c skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscle
- d structure consisting of a few haploid cells surrounded by a thick protective wall that contains a male gametophyte of a seed plant
- e the narrowing of blood vessels. When blood vessels become narrow, blood pressure increases.
5 Multiple choice questions
- One of a group of marine, multicellular, autotrophic protists, the most common type of seaweed. Brown algae include the kelps.
- Targets antigen detected in blood or interstitial fluid
- Body parts are organized around the main axis. Found mostly in water animals
- a neural center located in the limbic system that helps process explicit memories for storage
- fluid portion of blood
5 True/False questions
Yellow marrow → gradually replaces red bone marrow in adult bones; functions as storage for fat tissue and is inactive in the formation of blood cells
Dermal Tissue System → The protective covering of plants; generally a single layer of tightly packed epidermal cells covering young plant organs formed by primary growth.
Nectar → a nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system
extracellular digestion and absorption → the process in which fungal cells take in nutrients
Arteriole → large blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the tissues of the body