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QUIZ REVIEW: ORGANIZATION OF LIVING THINGS

Have you mastered the information on how living things are organized? Use these flash cards to find out. Then try the matching game. Enjoy!

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What level of organization would a typical animal cell represent?cell
What level of organization would the human brain represent?organ
What level of organization would a seal represent?organism
What level(s) of organization would a Euglena represent?cell and organism
What level of organization would a cross section of a leaf showing stomata, xylem, and phloem represent?tissue
What level of organization would a crab represent?organism
What level of organization would the lungs, diaphragm, trachea (windpipe), and nose represent?organ system
What level of organization would the heart represent?organ
What level(s) of organization would a paramecium represent?cell and organism
What level of organization would a daffodil represent?organism
What level of organization would the brain, nerves, spinal cord, neurons, and sense organs represent?organ system
To what organ system would the skull, backbone, ribs, arm and leg bones, pelvic (hip) bone, phalanges, and cartilage belong?skeletal system
To what organ system would the heart, spleen, blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries), platelets, and red and white corpuscles (blood cells) belong?circulatory system
To what organ system would the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine belong?digestive system
What is the first level of organization?cell
What is the second level of organization?tissue
What is the third level of organization?organ
What is the fourth level of organization?organ system
What is the fifth and most complex level of organization?organism
What is the simplest level of organization?cell
What level of organization is defined as any living thing?organism
What level of organization is defined as the basic unit of structure and function in living things?cell
A group of similar cells organized to work together to perform a specific task is a ___.tissue
A group of tissues that work together to perform a specialized function is an ___.organ
What term is used to describe organisms that contain many specialized cells?multicellular
What term is used to describe organisms that are comosed of only one specialized cell?unicellular
A group of organs and related structures that work together to perform a specialized function is an ___.organ system
Examples of this level of organization include cartilage and blood in animals, and xylem and phloem in plants.tissue
Examples of this level of organization include red and white corpuscles, platelets, and neurons.cell
Examples of this level of organization include the integumentary, nervous, endocrine, circulatory, and respiratory systems.organ system
Examples of this TYPE OF ORGANISM include the amoeba, paramecium, stentor, and Euglena.unicellular
Examples of this TYPE OF ORGANISM include dragonflies, mushrooms, seaweed, frogs, crocodiles, eagles, elephants, man, and dogwoods.multicellular
The smallest independent unit of living matter is the ___.cell

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