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Biology Vocabulary (Grade 7)

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Biology Vocabulary

A method of vegetative plant propagation, widely used in agriculture and horticulture, where the living tissues of one plant are encouraged to fuse with those of another is                       .
A muscle which bends a joint is known as a                .

The movement of a substance from an area of high concentration to that of lower concentration is known as                         .
Maintains balance within a composition without mirroring an image
  1. Assembling
  2. Asymmetrical
  3. Symmetrical
  4. Additive
               forms a mirror image of a composition
  1. Assembling
  2. Asymmetrical
  3. Symmetrical
  4. Additive
Cytoplasm is the
  1. jelly-like substance that fills plant and animal cells.
  2. tiny unit of a living thing.
  3. cell energy processor.
  4. storage space.
An organelle is a specialized subunit within a cell that has a specific function and is usually separately enclosed within its own lipid bilayer.
  1. True
  2. False
The smallest unit of an organism that carries out the functions of life is the
  1. atom.
  2. cell.
  3. electron.
  4. organelle.
The nucleus is the
  1. control center of a cell.
  2. stiff outer layer of a plant.
  3. cell energy processor.
  4. storage space.
The                 gland is responsible for producing adrenaline during the stress response process.
  1. lymph node
  2. adrenal
  3. thyroid
  4. pituitary
Tonsils are masses of tissue in the throat that work much like the lymph nodes.
  1. True
  2. False
This structure nourishes the fetus and removes waste from the fetus to the mother.
  1. cervix
  2. uterus
  3. placenta
  4. Fallopian tube
                            The exchange of gases between an organism and its environment. External respiration is the exchange of gases at the alveolar level between the alveolar space and the pulmonary capillary blood. Internal respiration is the exchange of the gases between the body cells and the circulating blood.
Histology is                                                                                                                                                                         
Choose 5 of the science vocabulary words on this worksheet and write a paragraph that utilizes those words in the proper context. Underline or highlight the words you use.

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