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Biological levels of organization - Cells to Organisms
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by Mariana Garcia-Serrato
| 14 Questions
Note from the author:
Several activities to introduce/reinforce the biological levels of organization (Organelle to Organism). Answers to questions 8-12 are included, but the questions have a zero point value as the possible arrangements of answers are too many to "set as correct".
The outlined content above was added from outside of Formative.
1
1 pt
All living things are made of cells. Some are only made of one single cell.
True
False
2
1 pt
Which of the following are SMALLER than a cell?
(Select all that apply)
organelles
biomolecules
electrons
atoms
elephants
3
1 pt
What are tissues made of?
muscles
organs
cells
4
1 pt
The skin is an organ which is made of billions of cells that are grouped together to form ________.
biomolecules
tissues
organelles
5
1 pt
Not all living things have tissues, organs, and/or organ systems.
True
False
6
1 pt
Which of the following is the MOST COMPLEX?
organ
organ system
organelle
organism
The outlined content above was added from outside of Formative.
Visit https://www.sugarcane.com/games/levels-of-organization-2
7
What was your score?
Go to https://www.centreofthecell.org/learn-play/games/build-an-organ/ You will select various tissues to build organs.
8
Which tissues were necessary to build a heart?
9
Which tissues were necessary to build lungs?
10
Which tissues were necessary to build a brain?
11
Which tissues were necessary to build a knee joint?
12
Which tissues were necessary to build skin?
13
1 pt
Which tissues are found in more than one organ?
14
1 pt
Why do you think these tissues are in more than one organ?
Just for fun - http://sciencenetlinks.com/interactives/systems.html
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