Friday, February 19, 2016 cells Respiration Flat cells

Test Date: Friday, February 19, 2016
Unit A: Life Science
Chapter 2: Cells to Systems Study Guide
1. The cells that form the brain have branch-like structures.
2. Respiration is the process that most cells use to get energy.
3. Flat cells are the cells that make up your skin.
4. In plants and animals, all cells have a cell membrane that can be compared
to your skin.
5. The cells in your lungs have hair-like structures.
6. A leaf is an example of an organ found in plants.
7. The cell membrane is the part of a cell that allows certain materials to
enter the cell and other materials to exit the cell.
8. The muscle system and the skeletal system work together to move the
9. The nucleus contains chromosomes made of DNA.
10. The order of organization in an animal from simplest to most complex is:
cell, tissue, organ, organ system
11. A group of muscle cells makes up muscle tissue.
12. The vacuole is a cellular structure that acts like the stomach for the cell,
storing and breaking down material.
13. Red blood cells look like small, smooth, flexible saucers. Their shape helps
the cells move through blood vessels.
14. Mitochondria produce energy for plant and animal cells.
15. Tissue is a group of cells working together to perform the same function.