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Which is the correct order of the organization of the human body? A.)Cell--->tissue—>organ--->organ system----->organism B.)Cell---->organ---->system organ--->tissue->organism C.)Tissue--->organ---->cell---->organ system---->organism D.)Organ--->organ system---->tissue---->cell---> organism 2.)The brain belongs to which body system? A.)Cardiovascular system B.)Digestive system C.)Muscular system D.)Nervous system 3.)Which body system would

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  1. Health 😘

    Which is the correct order of the organization of the human body? A.)Cell--->tissue—>organ--->organ system----->organism B.)Cell---->organ---->system organ--->tissue->organism C.)Tissue--->organ---->cell---->organ system---->organism D.)Organ--->organ
  2. Science

    Which of the following shows the levels of organization in a multi-cell organism from the smallest level to the largest level? A- cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism B- organism, organ system, organ, tissue, cell C- tissue, cell, organ, organ
  3. Last science questions I promise please help me

    Which of the following organelles coverts light energy into food? lysosome chloroplast*** nucleus ribosome Which of the following shows the correct order of cell organization starting from the least complex Tissue, Organ System, Cell, Organ Organ System,
  4. Science 7R

    how are cells organized in A multicellular organisms? cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism, there's one more but i forgot... What is it???? Plus am I correct???
  5. Bio

    1. Pseudoscience and nonscience differ in that: A. nonscience is not valuable and pseudoscience is valuable. B. pseudoscience deceives, misleads, or misinforms and this is not a primary characteristic of nonscience. C. nonscience forms hypotheses and
  6. Science

    Which statement is true of an organ system? A. It supports all part of the organism. B. it is not necessary for the survival of the organism. C. One organ system can take over for another organ system. D. It has no connection with other organ system in the
  7. college/human biology

    Name an example of a cell, tissue, organ, and organ system in the human body that illustrates the concept of increasing complexity of biological organization. For each step forward in biological organization, briefly describe a specific function that is
  8. anatomy and physiology

    In order to discuss the details of the metabolism of a cell, which level of structural organization would it be most helpful to understand? A. chemical B. tissue C. system D. organ E. organism
  9. Biology

    Which belongs to the correct place Organ: Organ system: Tissue: Bones, Bone marrow, human body, skeletal system,
  10. Biology

    Can someone check my answers please? 1. Which of the following is not a characteristic of life? A. Maintains homeostasis B. Composed of cells C. Composed of atoms*** D. Carries out metabolism 2. Which of the following represents a correct sequence of
  11. biology

    which of the following is not a characteristic of life A. maintains homeostasis B. composed of cells C. composed of atoms D. carries out metabolism which of the following must be true to consider something to be alive? A. it must be able to replicate it's
  12. biology

    which of the following is not a characteristic of life A. maintains homeostasis B. composed of cells C. composed of atoms D. carries out metabolism which of the following must be true to consider something to be alive? A. it must be able to replicate it's
  13. Science PLZ HELP

    Which cells carry nutrients from food to the rest of the cells in the body?(1 point) muscle cells blood cells **** nerve cells stomach cells How are blood cells and stomach cells similar?(1 point) Both interact with nutrients. **** Both help with noticing
  14. Science please help I've been on this for hours

    The human heart is an organ that is made up of cells. Not all of the cells that make up the heart are identical, however. What name is given to a group of similar cells that perform a special function and together make up an organ? A) embryo B) organelle
  15. medical terminology

    identify and list 3 of the 12 organ system as well as the organ cantained in these systems within the human body. identify which anatomical region the organ system are located within.
  16. Science Please helpppp me!!

    (1) in order for an organism to develop specialized tissues the organism must be which of the following A) A Plant B) An Animal C) Unicellular D) Multicellular*** (2) Which foods are lipids found in, and what is their function in the body? A) lipids are
  17. science (URGENT!! CORRECT PLEASE))

    (1) in order for an organism to develop specialized tissues the organism must be which of the following A) A Plant B) An Animal C) Unicellular D) Multicellular ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ My answer: D ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (2) Which foods
  18. Science

    Which of the following is the minimum level of structure needed to preform the function of waste removal? A. Body System B. Tissue C. Cell D. Organ I chose A for my answer, is it correct? Thanks. :)
  19. science

    howwould u define these words cell, organelle, cell theory, cell wall , cel membrain, nucleus, organ/system tissue.
  20. Science, Biology

    Q1. How is the function of the Golgi bodies similar to the excretory system? A. They both remove materials from the body. B. They both serve as control centers. C. They both produce energy for the organism. D. They both are the highest level of
  21. Health

    Which of the following is the minimum level of structure needed to perform the function of waste removal? A. body system B. tissue C. cell D. organ C or A
  22. Science 7R

    What organ system is the kidney tube? I need help. Please Thank You!!! :) PS: For homework I just have to complete this chart checking which organ is in what organ system. There are 22 questions, I did some in class and some right now.
  23. Health

    1. Which of the following is the minimum level of structure needed to perform the function of waste removal? (1 point) body system tissue cell organ
  24. Can somebody check my work?

    Body Systems Hierarchy Quick Check What is the function of an organ system? (1 point) to control movement in internal organs to be a basic unit of organization with bodies** to work together to do a specific job to organize a group of similar cells Which
  25. Biology

    What is the "biological hierarchy"? Is it kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species? Or is it organelle; cell; tissue; organ; organism; species; community; population; ecosystem; biosphere? Which one is it referring to?
  26. science

    1.Which level of organization does the complete skeleton of a mouse belong to? A.cell B. a tissue C.an organ D.an organ system 2. The structures that an animal uses to exchange gases with its surroundings make up the... A. digestive system B. respiratory
  27. Science

    Which of the following is the minimum level of structure needed to perform the function of waste removal? A. body system B. tissue C. cell D. organ C Which two systems work with the muscular system to allow the body to move? A. digestive and urinary B.
  28. Biology

    What are the levels of organization in a living system? LEVEL 1 - Cells Are the basic unit of structure and function in living things. May serve a specific function within the organism Examples- blood cells, nerve cells, bone cells, etc. LEVEL 2 - Tissues
  29. PE

    Which of the following is the correct order from most complex to simplest for the levels of organization in the human body? A. cells, organs, organ systems, tissues B. organ systems, organs, tissues, cells C. organ systems, tissues, organs, cells D. cells,
  30. anatomy'

    disease is an unhealthy state of a. organ system b.the entire body c. an organ d.all are true
  31. science

    Lindsey tripped and cut her knee while she was competing in a track event. When Lindsey went to the doctor, the doctor told her she may have bruised her kneecap. The cut on Lindsey's knee and her bruised kneecap best represent injuries to which levels of
  32. science

    What organ receives pancreatic juices? What organ absorbs water and what organ, in animals, helps digest cellulose?? Please help me!!
  33. Science 7R (another qs.)

    Give an exmaple of an organ system in an animal and name the parts that make up the organ system? need help!!! plz thank u ps: just need 2-3 sentences to answer this qs.
  34. Science

    brain central nervous system human being nerve tissue neurons Organize the parts of this body system in the CORRECT order according to the levels of organization in a multicellular organism, simplest to most complex..
  35. science

    brain central nervous system human being nerve tissue neurons Organize the parts of this body system in the CORRECT order according to the levels of organization in a multicellular organism, simplest to most complex..
  36. Anatomy

    which of the following was required before widespread organ donation could be successful? A) adenovirus-36 research B) embryonic stem cell research C) techniques to decellularize organs D) development of immunosupprecent drugs*** I think it is D because
  37. Medical Terminology

    The Histology report showed adenocarcinoma. What type of information appears in this report? A. Tissue structure B. Presence of cancer in an organ C. Condition of a particular organ D. Condition of the heart
  38. health

    12. A pathology report shows adenocarcinoma. What type of information should also appear in this report? A. Tissue structure B. Presence of cancer in an organ C. Condition of a particular organ D. Condition of the heart I think the answern is A.
  39. physics

    an ultrasonic beam reflects off a tumor in an organ at Θ = 44 degrees with a shift L = 3 cm. If the speed of the wave is 29 % less in the organ than in the medium above, determine the depth of the tumor below the organ's surface.
  40. physics

    An ultrasonic beam reflects off a tumor in an organ at an angle of 50 with a shift L = 7 cm. If the speed of the wave is 26 % less in the organ than in the medium above, determine the depth of the tumor below the organ's surface
  41. Physiology

    Indicate the site of the following activity in the digestive system (mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, gall bladder, pancreas). 1.breakdown of cholesterol by formation of bile acid 2. principal site of formation of folic
  42. Science

    Q1. Why is the shape of the nerves important in the nervous system? Q2. Which structure is more complex, a tissue or an organ? How do you know?
  43. Check My Answers for Science!

    1: Which of the following is the minimum level of structure needed to perform the function of waste removal? A: Body System B: Tissue C: Cell*** D: Organ 2: Which two systems work with the muscular system to allow the body to move? A: Digestive and Urinary
  44. Science

    which organ and system is MOST responsible for ensuring the nutrients in the food we eat are transported to every cell in the body
  45. Philosophy/Social Ethics

    Any guidance as to where find answers to the following questions or any related ones would be super. Would a market for procuring organs lead to commodification of the human body? What do we do when there are not enough organs to meet demand? Do people who
  46. Parts of a Multicellular Organism Quick Check

    Questions: 1.In the model that you built of the respiratory system, what structures did the straws represent? 2.Your hand jerks up after touching a hot stovetop. Which two organ systems are most responsible for your reaction? 3.The diaphragm can be
  47. Science 7R (help!!!!)

    I have this worksheet for science tonight for homework and I really need help. The title of it is How Living Things Are Organzied. 1. A smallest unit of stucture and function in a living thing is called a(n)
  48. Science

    Which identifies strucrures of the human body in order from least complex to most complex levels of organization? A. Human heart-circulatory system-artery- blood vessel B. Nerve cell-brain tissue-brain-nervous system C. Blood vessel-circulatory
  49. Biology

    1. Which type of cell has a life span of four days? A.colon - correct B.skin C.heart D.brain 2. Why do heart cells have different characteristics than skin cells? A.Heart cells express different genes than skin cells. - correct B.Heart cells reproduce by
  50. Physiology-help please:(

    A child is brought to the speech therapist because she does not pronounce high-pitched sounds (like "s"). Name the sensory organ that is most likely the problem and what area of the organ is being affected? She also experiences extreme dizziness and loss
  51. Biology

    For ease, biologists represent 1 set of chromosomes from any organism by the letter n. Any cell with 2 sets is called diploid and represented as 2n. Any cell with just that 1 set (n) is called haploid. Two cells are isolated from a sexually reproducing
  52. passing on species

    I have to write an essay. I need some suggests as to where to start or some ideas as to what to write about. The topic is: One main biological objective for any living organism is to continue its species by reproducing and passing along genetic info.
  53. Science

    Some animals, but not humans, have an organ called a gizzard located near the top of their digestive tract. This organ is small and can contain small rocks. It also has thick, muscular walls. Based on this physical description, which of the following is
  54. Science

    Some animals, but not humans, have an organ called a gizzard located near the top of their digestive tract. This organ is small and can contain small rocks. It also has thick, muscular walls. Based on this physical description, which of the following is
  55. Physics

    A pipe organ is an aerophone with open ended tubes, with esssentially the same physics as the flute. (a) for normal room temperature, where the speed of sound is about 340 m/s how long is the pipe for the A440 note. (b) Suppose someone wanted to install an
  56. Human Biology

    Which human organ system is the first to become visibly differentiated during development? Which is the second? What is the significance of this order?
  57. health

    Which digestive organ is the last organ food passes through before reaching your stomach? . Pharynx .Epiglottis~~~~ .Esophagus .Mouth
  58. Anatomy & Physiology II

    I've included answers as well. Thanks in advance. 1. Chemical substances secreted by cells into the extracellular fluids that regulate the metabolic function of other cells in the body are called: a. enzymes b. antibodies c. proteins d. hormones I chose D
  59. Anatomy & Physiology II

    I've included answers as well. Thanks in advance. 1. Chemical substances secreted by cells into the extracellular fluids that regulate the metabolic function of other cells in the body are called: a. enzymes b. antibodies c. proteins d. hormones I chose D
  60. Biology

    The human body is composed of organ systems. Which list represents a system organized from least to most complex?
  61. Science(pre-med)

    In pre-med we are making powerpoints about the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovasculary syemstem and the respiratory system!! So far I finished the cardiovasculary syestem and i am wondering is the Anatomy of a organ the structures that it is composed
  62. Science

    Food passes from the crop of the bird into what organ where digestion begins to cure as the muscular walls of this organ contract. Gizzard? Proventriculus?
  63. science-middle school

    . ALS (amoytrophic lateral sclerosis) is a disorder that directly affects nerve cells that control movement. These nerve cells send impulses from the brain to control movement. When these nerve cells can no longer send messages for movement, much of the
  64. biology A

    Some differentiated cells become senescent almost immediately, leaving the cell cycle and undergoing terminal differentiation. Other cells have a high need to proliferate in order to grow and repair the organ or tissue, so they do not enter senescence for
  65. Science

    How do two tissue types work together to improve organ function
  66. science

    The human stomach is an organ that helps us digest food. The stomach is one of many organs involved in the process of digestion. Others include the esophagus, small intestine, pancreas, and gall bladder. What name is given to a set of organs that work
  67. Science

    The human stomach is an organ that helps us digest food. The stomach is one of many organs involved in the process of digestion. Others include the esophagus, small intestine, pancreas, and gall bladder. What name is given to a set of organs that work
  68. Biology ?

    Use an example to describe the relationship among cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems Do you mean analogy rather than example? If so: Picture a living organism as a city. The houses are cells, city blocks are tissues, residential areas could be
  69. Biology

    Use an example to describe the relationship among cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems. Do you mean analogy rather than example? If so: Picture a living organism as a city. The houses are cells, city blocks are tissues, residential areas could be
  70. physiology

    There is a man who drank a large quantity of moonshine (illegal alcoholic drink). Now he is complaining about "cotton mouth". Physiologically, what is the explanation for his thirst? Ethanol is a dehydrating agent (diuretic). Alcahol combines with water,
  71. science grade 8

    Please, help. I need to create a comic that illustrates and explains what life would be like without 2 organ systems: muscular and digestive. I have an idea for digestive (you can live without gallbladder). I need to explain what is happening inside and
  72. science-biology

    why do we study the human organ system?
  73. Physiology and asthma

    CAN SOMEONE PLEASSE HELP ME... i am doing a physiology project on asthma and i have to do a summary/ chart on the question: Organization of affected organisms organism organ system organs tissues cell types/ functional units and i have noooo idea what it
  74. Anatatomy and Physiology

    The ability of a specific tissue or organ to respond to the presence of a hormone is dependent on:
  75. Science HElp

    In blunt trauma of thoracic cavity, which organ of greatest risk of injury. live lungs heart stomach i googled but could not find the best anwser cuz every organ above listed is involved.
  76. Biology

    Which process may not reduce the toxicity of a chemical in the body? Sequestration Chemical bond formation Elimination Blood flow to tissue/organ
  77. life science

    which two statements explains how a earthworms organ system help provide its cells with oxygen? a. the nervous system removes oxygen from the body **b. the curatorial system carries oxygen to different parts of the body. **c. the respiratory system brings
  78. Physics

    the funamental notes produced in an open and organ pipe and closed end organ pipe of same length are io ratio
  79. Science 7R

    contains all the same kind of cell???? what part of a cell is that or something? AIDS???? parts of a animal or plant cells (im not going to list them all because you guys already know) ???? electron microscope ???? tiisue ???? vaccine ???? virus ??? host
  80. Physics

    An organ pipe open at one end has a length of 60 cm. If the speed of sound in air is 340 m/s, what is the lowest frequency produced by the organ pipe? A) 141.5 Hz B) 283 Hz C) 70.8 Hz D) 610 Hz E) 305 Hz
  81. science

    Which organ in the excretory system filters blood? bladder urethra ureter kidney**** What is amylase? acid in the stomach another name for the large intestine a nutrient absorbed in the small intestine an enzyme that breaks down food**** What is urea? the
  82. Science

    1) Which of the following describes the correct sequence of the movement of food during digestion? :Stomach, large intestine, small intestine :Mouth, esophagus, small intestine :Esophagus, stomach, small intestine*** :Small intestine, stomach, large
  83. science

    The movement of oxygen molecules over time from one side of the semipermeable membrane to the other side is known as A) osmosis. B) diffusion. C) plasmolysis. D) active transport. 2) The boxes show parts of the body at different levels of organization.
  84. ela

    Multicellular organisms must be protected from the external environment. Because of this, cells of even the simplest multicellular organisms are arranged to form an external barrier of A) cellular tissue. B) epithelial tissue. C) connective tissue. D)
  85. Science

    1. Which of the following describes the correct sequence of the movement of food during digestion? stomach, large intestine, small intestine *** mouth, esophagus, small intestine esophagus, stomach, small intestine small intestine, stomach, large intestine
  86. H.E.L.P

    1. Which of the following describes the correct sequence of the movement of food during digestion? stomach, large intestine, small intestine *** mouth, esophagus, small intestine esophagus, stomach, small intestine small intestine, stomach, large intestine
  87. BIOLOGY

    The springtail is a very common small insect that lives in rotten logs, rich soil, and other humid places. Its cuticle is water repelling (hydrophobic) except for a strange organ, the collophore, on its ventral side. Because it lacks the excretory organs
  88. Science 7R - Worksheet

    Title of the worksheet - What is the structure and function of our skeletal system? B. Identify three bones that protect internal organs ******** There is this chart on the left it says "bone" and on the right it says "Internal Organ Protected" (there are
  89. physics

    What are the first, second, and third frequencies audible from a 20 cm long organ pipe when (A) only one end is open and when (B) both ends are open. The speed of sound through the air inside the organ pipe is 343m/s.
  90. physics

    What are the first, second, and third frequencies audible from a 20 cm long organ pipe when (A) only one end is open and when (B) both ends are open. The speed of sound through the air inside the organ pipe is 343m/s
  91. science

    Body Systems Hierarchy Quick Check Question What is the function of an organ system? (1 point) to work together to do a specific job to control movement in internal organs to be a basic unit of organization with bodies to organize a group of similar
  92. physics

    What are the first, second, and third frequencies audible from a 20 cm long organ pipe when (A) only one end is open and when (B) both ends are open. The speed of sound through the air inside the organ pipe is 343m/s. (Hint: if a harmonic does not exist,
  93. Physics

    What are the first, second, and third frequencies audible from a 20 cm long organ pipe when (A) only one end is open and when (B) both ends are open. The speed of sound through the air inside the organ pipe is 343m/s. (Hint: if a harmonic does not exist,
  94. Check please science

    Cells are to tissues as organs are to 1 ORGAN SYSTEM 2 CELLS 3 GENES 4 ORGANELLES IS THE ANSWER 1 ORGAN SYSTEM Which of statements about cells is not true? 1. One or more cells make up all living organisms 2 cells carry on the basic life functions of
  95. science

    What is the role of a receptor in helping an organism maintain homeostasis? 10 points Receives messages sent by the control center Carries out a response to restore internal conditions Detects stimuli and sends information to the control center Compares
  96. Biology

    1. Fill in the five levels of human body organization. AND 2. Place the five examples below in order from largest to smallest: You, Stomach, Epithelial Tissue, Digestive System, Parietal cells. ~~~~~~~ I don't know the first one but I think that the second
  97. Science

    Which is the SIMPLEST level of organization in a human being? A) cells B) organs C) tissues D) organ systems C?
  98. physical

    You are playing a note that has a fundamental frequency of 466.16 Hz on a guitar string of length 59.9 cm. At the same time, your friend plays a fundamental note on an open organ pipe, and 4.0 beats per seconds are heard. The mass per unit length of the
  99. Biology

    Which of the following is correctly matched with its tissue system? cortex/dermal tissue system cuticle/vascular tissue system phloem/dermal tissue system stele/vascular tissue system>>>> my choosen answer
  100. Physics

    Assume the length of an organ pipe is L=24cm. You have excited the wave in the tube, and you observe that it has displacement nodes at 4cm, 12cm, and 20cm measured from one end of the pipe. In which harmonic, n, is the air in the pipe oscillating? What is

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