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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Anatomical Organization Questions

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Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
How do body systems depend on each other?
  1. Each organ does part of the job necessary for life.
  2. Each organ does all the jobs necessary for life.
  3. Each organ does the jobs necessary for a section of the body.
  4. Each organ works only on certain days.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
The spleen is a(n)
  1. bone.
  2. muscle.
  3. organ.
  4. tissue.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
The body is made up of similar cells that work together to perform a task. These similar cells make up a(n)
  1. cardiac cells.
  2. system.
  3. organ.
  4. tissue.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
What are tissues that work together?
  1. cell
  2. system
  3. organ
  4. human body
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
What are organs that work together?
  1. system
  2. tissue
  3. cell
  4. human body
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
The heart is an example of a(n)
  1. organ system.
  2. organ.
  3. tissue.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
Skin is an example of a(n)
  1. cell.
  2. organ.
  3. tissue.
  4. organ system.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
All organs in the human body are arranged into or part of systems.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
A(n)                 is a group of similar cells that work together at the same job.
  1. organ
  2. cell
  3. tissue
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
A group of organs that work together to do a certain job is a(n)
  1. organ system.
  2. tissue.
  3. cell.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
What is the correct order of cell organization?
  1. cell, tissue, organ, organ system, and organism
  2. cell, organ, tissue, organ system, and organism
  3. tissue, cell, organ system, organism, and organ
  4. organism, cell, tissue, organ, and organ system
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
Your ears are considered to be a(n)
  1. cell.
  2. organ.
  3. tissue.
  4. system.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
Anatomy is the study of
  1. the body.
  2. airplanes.
  3. cooking.
  4. Earth.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
Organs in plants and animals are part of a(n)
  1. cell membrane.
  2. tissue.
  3. organ system.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
Which series shows the order of organization in an organism from simplest to most complex?
  1. organ system, organ, tissue, cell
  2. cell, tissue, organ, organ system
  3. tissue, cell, organ, organ system
  4. cell, organ, tissue, organ system
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
What is an example of a tissue?
  1. heart
  2. nucleus
  3. muscle
  4. vacuole
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
The parts of an organism that cannot be seen are the
  1. external structures.
  2. internal structures.
  3. exterior structures.
  4. interior structures.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
The parts of an organism that can be seen are the
  1. internal structures.
  2. external structures.
  3. interior structures.
  4. exterior structures.
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
A(n)                 is a group of tissues working together to do a certain job.
  1. species
  2. organ
  3. kingdom
Grade 5 Anatomical Organization
Place the levels of organization in order from smallest to largest.
  1. organ, organ system, cell, tissue, organism
  2. tissue, organ, organism, cell, organ system
  3. cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
  4. cell, tissue, organ system, organism, organ
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