Structures of Organization: Student Data Sheet Answer Key Simple Complex Simple Complex Example from Plant Example from Human Structures of Organization: Student Data Sheet Pictures Structures of Organization: Student Data Sheet Simple Complex Simple Complex Example from Plant Example from Human Structures of Organization Procedures: 1. Cut out the eight diagrams. 2. Sort the diagrams to fill in your data table as an example from plants and an example for human. 3. Glue the diagrams onto your data sheet in order of sequence from simple to complex. 4. Answer the conclusion questions in your notebook. Conclusion Questions: 1. Compare and contrast the two different types of cells. Describe two ways the cells are the same and two ways the cells are different. 2. Describe how the shape of the plant might help perform its function or job 3. The cell diagram from the human body example is a nerve cell. Would you want all the cells in your body to be shaped the same as the nerve cell? Explain why or why not. 4. Study your diagrams for the human body example. Are there more organ systems in your body or more cells in your body? Explain your reasoning. 5. Give an example of something that is not made out of cells. Explain your reasoning.