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Title: Organ systems LAB!! Each Student MUST Read a Slide! 1. Define: Cell, Tissue, organ, and organ system, homeostasis 2. Describe two types of tissue 3. What are two types of organs? 4. Describe five organ systems


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Organ systems LAB!! Each Student MUST Read a
Slide!1. Define Cell, Tissue, organ, and
organ system, homeostasis2. Describe two types
of tissue3. What are two types of organs?4.
Describe five organ systems
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November 2 Happy birthday- Elijah, SabrinaHome
Assignment1. Read pages 34- 35
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Write your answers in complete sentences
  • Q 1 A (tissue, organ, system) is a group of the
    same kinds of cells that work together. Choose
    the right answer.systemorgantissueQ 2 Some
    tissues and organs work together like the members
    of the team. The parts that work together are
    called a _____________.cellsystemgroupQ 3
    The mouth, teeth, tongue, stomach and intestines
    all work together. Therefore they are called the
    important parts of __________________.digestive
    systemcirculatory systemmuscular systemQ 4
    Brain, heart and lungs are some of the important
    _______________ in a body.organstissuescellssy
    stemQ 5 Different tissues work together to
    form _________ . cellssystemorgansQ 6
    Different systems work together to form organs.
    True or false?falsetrue

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Levels of Organization
  • Identify cells, tissues, organs, organ systems,
    organisms, populations, communities, and
    ecosystems as levels of organization in the
    biosphere.
  • ELIGIBLE CONTENT
  • Identify the levels of organization in the
    biosphere including cells, tissues, organs, and
    organ systems,
  • as well as organisms, populations, communities,
    and ecosystems.

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Levels of Organization
  • CellBasic unit of structure and function in
    organisms.
  • Some organisms, like bacteria and protists, are
    unicellular (made entirely of one cell).
  • Some organisms, like fungi, plants, and animals,
    are multicellular (made of many cells).
  • Bacteria have prokaryotic cells.
  • Protists, Fungi, Plants, and Animals have
    eukaryotic cells.
  • In multicellular organisms, cells exhibit cell
    specialization. They take on specific jobs and
    look different from each other.
  • The cells also exhibit division of labor. They
    split up the work of the organism.

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Levels of Organization
  • TissuesGroups of similar cells that work
    together to perform a specific function.
  • 4 major tissue types in animals
  • Epithelial tissue
  • Connective tissue
  • Muscle tissue
  • Nervous tissue

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Levels of Organization
  • Organsstructures made of different types of
    tissues that work together to perform a specific
    function.
  • Examples
  • Heart
  • Lungs
  • Stomach
  • Small intestine
  • Liver
  • Large Intestine
  • Gall Bladder
  • Plant Roots
  • Plant Stems
  • Plant Leaves

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Levels of Organization
  • Organ SystemsGroups of organs that work
    together to perform a specific function.
  • Examples
  • Digestive system
  • Circulatory system
  • Respiratory system
  • Nervous system
  • Muscular system
  • Skeletal system
  • Integumentary system (skin)
  • Vascular system in plants

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Levels of Organization
  • OrganismA complete, individual living thing.
  • Examples
  • A single person
  • A single plant
  • A single bacterium
  • A single protist
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