Levels of Organization Plant and Animal Cells Cell Theory Photosynthesis Plant Tropisms
100
What is a cell?
What is the lowest level of organization in living things?
100
What is the nucleus?
DNA is found in this organelle.
100
What is a cell?
The basic unit of life?
100
What is photosynthesis?
The process by which plants make their own food.
100
What is a tropism?
The movement of plant growth in response to a stimulus.
200
What is an organism?
The highest level of organization in living things.
200
What is the mitochondria?
This organelle produces energy and is sometimes called the "powerhouse" of the cell.
200
What is the Cell Theory?
A theory that was states that all living things are composed of cells, cells are the unit of life, and all life come from preexisting life.
200
What are sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water?
The three things plants need in order to make their own food.
200
What is phototropism?
The movement of plant growth in response to light.
300
What is a tissue?
A group of cells working together to perform a specific function.
300
What is the cell wall?
This organelle is only found in plant cells and gives the cell shape and structure.
300
What is a microscope?
The invention of this tool was important for the discovery of cells.
300
What are oxygen and glucose (sugar)?
The two things plants produce during photosynthesis.
300
What is thigmotropism?
The movement of plant growth in response to touch or pressure.
400
What is an organ?
A group of similar tissues working together to perform a specific function.
400
What is a plant cell.
A cell that contains a cell wall, a large central vacuole, and chloroplasts.
400
What is a piece of cork?
Robert Hooke discovered cells by looking at this through a microscope.
400
What is a chloroplast?
An organelle that contains chlorophyll and absorbs sunlight during photosynthesis.
400
What is geotropism or gravitropism?
The movement of plant growth in response to gravity.
500
What is an organ system?
The skeletal system is an example of this level of organization
500
What is a vacuole?
This organelle is very large in plant cells but smaller in animal cells.
500
What is a botanist?
A type of scientist that studies plants, like Matthias Schleiden.
500
What is the leaf?
The part of the plant where photosynthesis takes place.
500
What is a stimulus?
Something that causes a response.




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