u01a02 Levels of Organization and Organ Systems
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1. Check the box of the option that represents the SMALLER level of organization between the two. *
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2. Check the box of the option that represents the SMALLEST level of organization between the listed terms. *
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3. Check the box of the option that represents the LARGEST level of organization between the listed terms. *
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4. Check the box of the option that represents the LARGEST level of organization between the listed terms. *
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5. The heart would represent what level of organization? *
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6. Blood would represent what level of organization? *
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Identify the organ systems to which the following organs or functions belong.
7. Rids the body of nitrogen-containing metabolic wastes *
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8. Is affected by the removal of the thyroid gland *
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9. Provides support and levers on which the muscular system can act *
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10. Includes the heart *
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11. Protects underlying organs from drying out and mechanical damage *
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12. Breaks down foodstuffs into small particles that can be absorbed *
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13. Removes carbon dioxide from the blood *
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14. Delivers oxygen and nutrients to the body tissues *
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15. Conserves body water or eliminates excesses *
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16. Provides for conception and childbearing *
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17. Controls the body with chemicals called hormones *
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18. Is damaged when you cut your finger or get a severe sunburn *
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19. The femur, humerus, and phalanges are parts of this system *
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20. Contains nodes that house cells of the immune system; it also helps return fluid that has leaked out of the cardiovascular system back to the blood *
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