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Cell Diversity - Organization, Tissues, Plants and Animals Quiz


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The ______ is the sub-unit of life.

A. Nucleus

B. Organism

C. Tissue

D. Cell


The following definition describes which term: “All the members of the same species living in an area”

A. Community

B. Team

C. Race

D. Population


_____ is a group of organs working together with a common function.

A. Tissue

B. Cell

C. Organ System

D. Organism


Cell Diversity mainly covers which of these characteristics of life?

A. Nutrition

B. Reproduction

C. Excretion

D. Organization


A tissue is…

A. A group of organs working together with a common function.

B. A group of cells working together with a common function.

C. A group of tissues working together with a common function.

D. any living thing.


A simple tissue is composed of…..

A. 3 or more cell types

B. 2 cell types

C. Many cell Types

D. 1 Cell type.


__________ is the way in which life is found in individual cells which are capable of working together in larger groups to eventually form an individual of a population.

A. Nutrition

B. Organization

C. Reproduction

D. Excretion


In plants, the dermal tissue has the role of?

A. Transporting materials

B. Protection

C. Sending Signals

D. Making the plant look green.


What is the sole function of Phloem (Vascular tissue) in plants

A. Transports water around the plant.

B. Transports dissolved minerals.

C. Transports food from the leaves to other parts of the plant.

D. Transports water with dissolved minerals.


In plants, Vascular tissue has the main function of transporting materials. What are the two types of vascular tissue involve in this role.

A. Xylem & Dermal

B. Dermal & Connective

C. Ground and Phloem

D. Xylem and Phloem


Plants appear green in colour due to the presence of what pigment in their cells?

A. Iodine

B. Chlorophyll

C. Mitochondria

D. Melanin


The Heart and its associated blood vessels form which organ system?

A. Digestive

B. Circulatory

C. Excretory

D. Nervous


The role of connective tissue is

A. to protect the organism.

B. to join and support other body structures.

C. to transmit electrical signals.

D. to allow movement.


Which of these is not an example of an animal tissue?

A. Muscular

B. Vascular

C. Connective

D. Nervous


The mouth, stomach, small intestine, large intestine and anus form what organ system?

A. Digestive

B. Circulatory

C. Respiratory

D. Execratory




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