Download 6.1.01a - UC CEAS

Survey
yes no Was this document useful for you?
   Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Document related concepts

Cell culture wikipedia, lookup

Precambrian body plans wikipedia, lookup

Dictyostelium discoideum wikipedia, lookup

Mineralized tissues wikipedia, lookup

Chimera (genetics) wikipedia, lookup

Biology wikipedia, lookup

Adoptive cell transfer wikipedia, lookup

Incomplete Nature wikipedia, lookup

Microbial cooperation wikipedia, lookup

State switching wikipedia, lookup

Life wikipedia, lookup

Anatomy wikipedia, lookup

Evolution of metal ions in biological systems wikipedia, lookup

Cell theory wikipedia, lookup

Developmental biology wikipedia, lookup

Organ-on-a-chip wikipedia, lookup

Transcript
6.1.01a
1) The ability to maintain a stable internal condition is called
a) Osmosis
b) Diffusion
c) Homeostasis
d) Temperature
2) Organ systems make up
a) Tissues
b) Cells
c) Organisms
d) Organs
3) What is the relationship between tissues and organs?
a) Organs are made from one type of tissue.
b) Tissues are made from one type of organ.
c) Tissues are made from one different types of organs.
d) Organs are made from different types of tissues.
4) Which is an example of a group of cells with a common structure and function?
a) Kidney
b) Kidney tissue
c) Cell membrane
d) Excretory system
5) The tendency for the molecules of a substance to move from areas
of higher concentration to areas of lower concentration is called
a) Active transport
b) Diffusion
c) Osmosis
d) Brownian movement
6) The cell membrane of the red blood cells will allow water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and glucose to pass
through. Because other substances are blocked from entering, this membrane is called
a) permeable.
b) permissively permeable
c) actively permeable.
d) selectively permeable.
7) The process by which water passes into a cell is called
a) Osmosis
b) Diffusion
c) Active transport
d) Brownian movement.
6.1.01a
8) Which sequence of terms is in the correct order from simplest to most complex?
a) cells
tissues
organ systems
organ
organism
b) cells
tissues
organs
organ systems
organism
c) tissues
organs
organism
organ systems
organism
d) tissues
cells
organs
organ systems
organism
9) Which system is correctly paired with its function?
a) Immune system- intake and distribution of oxygen to cells of the body
b) Excretory system- remove potentially dangerous materials from the body
c) Digestive system- transport energy- rich molecules to cells
d) Circulatory system- produce building block of complex compounds
10) Select one human body system from the list below.
Body Systems
Digestive
Circulatory
Respiratory
Excretory
Nervous
Describe a malfunction that can occur in the system chosen. Your answer must include at least:
 The name of the system and a malfunction that can occur in this system.
 A description of a possible cause of the malfunction identified.
 An effect this malfunction may have on any other body systems.
11) The diagrams below represent some of the systems that make up the human body.
Select one of the pairs of systems and write its number below. For the pair selected, identify each
system and state one function of that system. Explain how the two systems work together to help
maintain homeostasis in an individual.
6.1.01a
Name:
Block:
1)
6)
2)
7)
3)
8)
4)
9)
5)
10) Write your response to question 10 in the space below.
11) Write your response to question 11 in the space below.