SCIE 3001
Multiple Choice O1 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O2 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O3 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O4 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O5 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O1 - Cycles and Seasons
Multiple Choice O1 - Natural Disasters
Multiple Choice O1 - Soils
Multiple Choice O1. Natural Resources and Conservation

Multiple Choice O4 - Living Things

1. Which of the following is characteristic of ALL living things:?
  A. Phototropism B
  B. Being composed of cells
  C. Dependence on the Sun’s energy for energy
  D. Ability to move
2. Which one of the following answers is not an example of a mammal attempting to maintain constant body temperature?
  A. Sweating
  B. Shivering
  C. Dehydration
  D. Goose-bumps
3. Cells of the same kind join together to form a (an)
  A. Organ
  B. Organism
  C. Tissue
  D. System
4. Which of the following correctly lists the life stages of an insect with a complete metamorphosis?
  A. Egg, pupa, cocoon, adult
  B. Egg, larva, pupa, adult
  C. Egg, nymph, pupa, adult
  D. Egg, larva, nymph, adult
5. What is the main function performed by the skin of a deer?
  A. It prevents the deer from drying out
  B. It supports the deer's weight
  C. It helps the deer move
  D. It helps the deer maintain its shape
6. What is the name of the mammalian respiratory organ?
  A. Lungs
  B. Gills
  C. Spiracles
  D. tracheal tubes
7. What large muscle aids in mammal breathing?
  A. Lungs
  B. Diaphragm
  C. Costals
  D. Abdominal muscles
8. How many chambers are in the mammalian heart?
  A. 2
  B. 3
  C. 4
  D. 1
9. While adult frogs breathe using lungs, juvenile tadpoles breathe through their...
  A. Skin
  B. Gills
  C. Lungs
  D. Diaphragm
10. Transporting pollen from flower to flower is called
  A. Pollination
  B. Germination
  C. Growth
  D. Seed Dispersal
11. If you compare a plant life cycle and an insect life cycle, which stages would be similar?
  A. larva and flower
  B. adult and seedling
  C. flower and pupa
  D. seed and egg
12. Which part of the plant is used for sexual reproduction?
  A. Leaf
  B. Flower
  C. Stem
  D. Roots
13. Which is the correct order of cellular organization?
  A. Cell, tissue, organ, organ system
  B. tissue cell organ, organ system
  C. organ system, tissue, cell
  D. cell, organ, tissue
14. The stomach is
  A. an organ
  B. a cell
  C. an organ system
  D. a type of tissue
15. Which system pumps blood throughout the body?
  A. Circulatory
  B. Digestive
  C. Lymphatic
  D. Endocrine
16. Which cells are round and smooth to carry oxygen throughout the body?
  A. Red blood
  B. Nerve
  C. Muscle
  D. White blood
17. Your heart is an example of
  A. An organ
  B. A cell
  C. A tissue d
  D. An organ system
18. Organs make up:
  A. Organ systems
  B. Cells
  C. Tissue
  D. Mitochondria
19. Tissues make up:
  A. Organs
  B. Cells
  C. Organ systems
  D. Organisms
20. Cells make up:
  A. Tissue
  B. Organ
  C. Organ systems
  D. Organisms
21. The Nervous system is responsible for:
  A. Sending and receiving messages throughout the body.
  B. Breaking down food
  C. Removing excess fluid from the body
  D. Carry oxygen into the body
22. Which system breaks down food?
  A. Digestive
  B. Nervous
  C. Circulatory
  D. Respiratory
23. The circulatory system is responsible for:
  A. Carrying oxygen into the body
  B. Pumps blood around the body
  C. Digest and remove waste
  D. Send messages to and from the brain
24. The respiratory system is responsible for:
  A. Removing carbon dioxide from the body
  B. Fighting off illness
  C. Breaking down food
  D. Sending messages to and from the brain
25. What are the main organs of the circulatory system?
  A. Heart and arteries
  B. Brain and spinal cord
  C. Small intestine and large intestine
  D. Spleen and tonsils
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