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FROM CELL TO ORGANISM

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Mark Anthony Calma

on 29 August 2013

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FROM CELL TO ORGANISM
Describe the object.
Figure 2 shows a model of a human torso.

Q1. What parts of the human body do you see?
Q2. To which organ systems do these parts belong?
Figure 3 shows some organ systems that you may be familiar with.
Q3. Can you identify these organ systems?
Q4. How do these organ systems work together?
GROUP 1
Figure 4 shows a model of a human heart.
Q5. Refer to Figure 4. What parts of the human heart do you see?
Q6. What do you think will happen to the heart if any of these parts were injured or diseased?
Q7. If these parts of the heart were injured or diseased, what do you think will happen to the organism?
GROUP 2

Q8. Refer to Figure 5. What parts of the human kidney do you see?
Q9. What do you think will happen to the kidneys if any of these parts were injured or diseased?
Q10. If these parts of the kidneys were injured or diseased, what do you think will happen to the organism?
Q11. What procedure can a medical doctor do to correct an injury to these organs?
Figure 5. A model of a human kidney
Figure 6. Muscle tissues
Q12. What do you think will happen to the organs if these tissues were injured or diseased?
Q13. If these tissues were injured or diseased, what do you think will happen to the organ systems?
Q14. If these tissues were injured or diseased, what do you think will happen to the organism?

Figure 7. An orchid showing shoot and root systems

Q15. In what ways are the functions of the organ systems of plants similar to those of animals?
Q16. In what ways are they different
Q17. In what ways are flowers similar to the reproductive organs of animals?
Q18. In what ways are they different?
Q19. How do the flowers, leaves, and stems help plants meet their basic needs?
Q20. What do think will happen to the plant if any of the parts that make up the shoot system were injured or diseased?
Figure 8. A Gumamela (Hibiscus) flower
GROUP 4
Q21. Aside from absorbing water and nutrients, what other functions do the roots serve?
ORGAN SYSTEM
is a group of organs that work together and perform one or more functions.

ORGAN
- a collection of tissues joined in structural unit to serve a common function
- connection between different organs throughout the body
TISSUE
- a group of biological cells that perform a similar function
- a cellular organizational level intermediate between cells and a complete organism
CELL

- is the basic structural, functional and biological unit of all known living organisms.
- are the smallest unit of life that is classified as a living thing, and are often called the "building blocks of life"
ORGANISMS
- is any contiguous living system (such as animal, fungus, micro-organism, or plant). In at least some form, all types of organisms are capable of responding to stimuli, reproduction, growth and development, and maintenance of homeostasis as a stable whole.
Q22. What do you think will happen to the roots if the tissues that make them up were injured or diseased?
Q23. If the roots were injured or diseased, what do you think will happen to the plant?
Q24. What do you think will happen to the tissues, organs, and organ systems if these cells were injured or diseased?
Q25. If the tissues, organs, and organ systems were injured or diseased, what do you think will happen to the organism?
GROUP 5
GROUP 3
ORGAN
TISSUE
ORGAN SYSTEM
ORGANISM
CELL
LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION

ORGANISMS ARE MADE UP OF DIFFERENT ORGAN SYSTEM. ORGAN SYSTEMS ARE MADE UP OF DIFFERENT ORGANS. ORGANS ARE MADE UP OF DIFFERENT TISSUES AND TISSUES ARE MADE UP OF CELLS.
Imagine yourself missing one part of the body, what do you feel? Is it hard or not?


If you saw a handicapped person missing one part of the body, how will you treat them?
Multiple Choice. Write only the letter of the correct answer.
1. The heart pumps blood that carries oxygenand nutrients to the different parts of the body. To which organ system does the heart belong?
A. CIRCULATORY B. DIGESTIVE C. MUSCULAR D. SKELETAL

2. At which smallest level of organization in an organism can the characteristics of life be carried out?
A. Organ system B. Tissue C. Organ D. Cell

3. Which is the correct sequence – from biggest to smallest – of the levels of organization in an organism?
A. Tissue - Cell - Organ - Organ System
B. Organ - Organ - System - Tissue - Cell
C. Tissue - Cell - Organ - Organ System
D. Organ System - Organ - Tissue - Cell
4. The organ systems of plants consist of the root and shoot systems. Why is it important for these organ systems to work together?
A. To grow and survive
B. To avoid pests and other animals
C. To survive floods and strong winds
D. To survive droughts and earthquakes

5. Each part of an organ system plays a specific function. Which of the following structures
does not match its function?
A. Eyes : Sight
B. Kidneys : Touch
C. Heart : Circulation
D. Stomach : Digestion

THANK YOU AND HAVE A NICE DAY :)
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