5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- cell wall
- a the job that structures are designed to do.
- b a type of symbiosis in which one species benefits while the other seems to be unaffected.
- c tough outer barrier that protects plant cells and give them shape, functions like the security fence, found only in plant cells.
- d a type of symbiosis that occurs when an organism called a parasite feeds on the cells, tissues, or fluids of another organism call a host.
- e use oxygen and glucose to transform the energy in food to a form the cell can use through a process called cellular respiration, functions like the power plant of the cell, found in plant and animal cells.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit.
- any organism that gets its food by eating other organisms.
- diagram that shows the flow of energy through a food chain.
- surrounds and protects the nucleus, functions to allow certain materials in and out of the nucleus, found in plant and animal cells.
- traces the path of energy as it moves from one organism to the next in an ecosystem.
5 True/False questions
cellular respiration → in the mitochondria of a cell O2 is chemically combined with glucose (sugar) to release energy (ATP), CO2, and H2O. Happens in plant and animal cells.
Community → a living thing.
photosynthesis → all the organisms that live in an area together with the nonliving things in the environment.
chromosome → attached to endoplasmic reticulum and make copies of proteins for a cell, found in both plant and animal cells
Species → a group of organisms that can mate and produce offspring that in turn can produce more offspring.