5.5 Organisms (Living Systems)

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1 Science Trivia 5 th grade Updated Organisms (Living Systems) 1 The brain or center of a cell that controls its activities What is the liquid in a cell that contains chemicals needed to keep the cell alive? The thin structure around a cell that takes in oxygen and food products while taking away waste is- 4 5 What are the fluid-filled sacs located in plant and animal cells that store different substances? What are the structures in plant cells that are used to make food and contain chlorophyll? 6 7 What surrounds a plant cell and gives it shape and support? Which type of cell is rectangular in shape? 8 9 What two parts are included in a plant cell, but not an animal cell? What are the tiny building blocks of all living things? 5 th Grade 5.5 copyright 2012 S. Bradley

2 10 11 What are the four parts of an animal cell? What are the six parts of a plant cell? What is an animal without a backbone? What is an animal with a backbone? What are the five kingdoms when classifying organisms? What are the many celled organisms that usually absorb food from other organisms? 16 What are the many celled organisms that make their own food and usually cannot move? 17 What are the many celled organisms that eat food and usually can move? 18 What are the one celled, microscopic organisms with no nucleus that are often decomposers? 19 What are the organisms that can be one-celled or many celled, and may take in food or make their own food? 5 th Grade 5.5 copyright 2012 S. Bradley

3 20 21 Which group of organisms would include bacteria? Which group of organisms would include mushrooms and mold? Which group of organisms would include paramecia and amoeba? What is the broadest category for classifying organisms? Which plant has a system of roots, stems, and leaves for carrying nutrients throughout the plant? Which plant passes nutrients slowly from one cell to the next? What are two examples of non-vascular plants? What are two examples of vascular plants? All living things are known as- Mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, and amphibians are classified as- 5 th Grade 5.5 copyright 2012 S. Bradley

4 30 31 Insects, lobsters, and spiders are classified as- Classification of organisms is based on what three things? Worms, echinoderms, mollusks, and arthropods are classified as- Oysters, clams, snails, and other soft-bodied animals with hard protective coverings are called An animal that lives part of its life on land and part of its life in water is- An animal that lives on land, is cold-blooded, and lays egg is An animal that is warm-blooded, usually lives on land, and gives birth to fully developed young is- All living things are made up of The animal kingdom can be divided into what two groups? The plant kingdom can be divided into what two groups? 5 th Grade 5.5 copyright 2012 S. Bradley

5 1 nucleus 3 2 cell membrane cytoplasm 5 4 chloroplast vacuole 7 6 plant cell cell wall 9 8 cells cell wall chloroplast Answers Level 5.5 copyright 2012 S. Bradley

6 11 cell wall cell membrane cytoplasm nucleus vacuole chloroplast 10 cell membrane cytoplasm nucleus vacuole vertebrate invertebrate 15 fungi 14 fungi protist monera animal plant animal Plant protist monera Answers Level 5.5 copyright 2012 S. Bradley

7 21 20 fungi moneraa kingdom protist nonvascular vascular trees flowers Spanish moss peat moss liverworts vertebrate organisms Answers Level 5.5 copyright 2012 S. Bradley

8 31 30 physical characteristics body structure behavior arthropods mollusks invertebrates reptile amphibian cells mammal vascular nonvascular vertebrate invertebrate Answers Level 5.5 copyright 2012 S. Bradley