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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Biology Questions

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Grade 6 Evolution
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
Plant cells and animal cells are
  1. the same.
  2. different.
Grade 6 Biomes
What is a biome?
  1. something that is considered hazardous
  2. a small mushroom tree
  3. ecosystems with similar rainfall, temperature, and water depth
  4. the distance from the equator
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
What are the differences between plants and animal cells?
  1. Animal cells have a cell wall, chloroplasts, and one large vacuole.
  2. Plant cells have a cell wall, chloroplasts, and one large vacuole.
  3. Plant cells are eukaryotic, and animal cells are prokaryotic.
  4. Animal cells are eukaryotic, and plant cells are prokaryotic.
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Which statement is true for amphibians?
  1. Butterflies are amphibians.
  2. Newts are amphibians.
  3. Amphibians have hair.
  4. Amphibians are warm-blooded animals.
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
What stores food, water, and sometimes wastes inside of a cell?
  1. cell membrane
  2. cytoplasm
  3. vacuole
  4. mitochondria
Grade 6 Symbiosis
What is an animal that is eaten by a predator?
  1. niche
  2. herbivore
  3. prey
  4. ecosystem
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Animals that have internal skeletons and spiny skins are
  1. exoskeletons.
  2. endoskeletons.
  3. echinoderms.
  4. vertebrates.
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
What are cells?
  1. basic units of life
  2. organisms
  3. organelles
  4. systems
Grade 6 Nervous and Endocrine Systems
The three main parts of the brain are the
  1. spinal column, ribs, and skull.
  2. cerebrum, medulla, and cerebellum.
  3. medulla, nerve cells, and spinal column.
  4. spine, brain, and skull.
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
The nucleus of a cell divides by the process of
  1. mitosis.
  2. osmosis.
  3. diffusion.
  4. respiration.
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
A connected group of food chains is a(n)
  1. habitat.
  2. food web.
  3. ecosystem.
  4. predator/prey relationship.
Grade 6 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
What organ is not a part of the digestive system?
  1. lung
  2. stomach
  3. small intestine
  4. large intestine
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
A container of food, water, and waste within a cell is a
  1. ribosome.
  2. vacuole.
  3. lysosome.
  4. cytoplasm.
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
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