Worksheet: Tissues and Organs

In this worksheet, we will practice describing the organisation of multicellular organisms in terms of cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.

Q1:

Put the following structures in the order in which they are organized in the human body from smallest to largest: tissues, cells, organ systems, organs.

  • AOrgan systems organs tissues cells
  • BCells tissues organs organ systems
  • CTissues cells organ systems organs
  • DCells tissues organ systems organs
  • ETissues cells organs organ systems

Q2:

Which of the following best defines an organ?

  • AA group of tissues bound together by a membrane
  • BA group of different tissues that work together to perform a certain function
  • CA group of similar cells that work together to carry out a particular function
  • DA group of different cells that work together to carry out multiple different functions
  • EA mass of the same tissue that multiplies to form a large structure inside the body

Q3:

Which of the following is not an example of a basic type of tissue in humans?

  • AEpithelial tissue
  • BMuscular tissue
  • CNervous tissue
  • DMeristem tissue
  • EGlandular tissue

Q4:

What organ system is the stomach a key component of?

  • AThe nervous system
  • BThe circulatory system
  • CThe reproductive system
  • DThe respiratory system
  • EThe digestive system

Q5:

Which of the following best defines an organ system?

  • AMultiple, similar tissues that work together to carry out a particular function
  • BA mass of cells that work together to perform multiple, different functions
  • CA group of the same organs that work together to perform different functions
  • DA group of different organs that work together to perform a particular function
  • EA group of different tissues that work together to perform a particular function

Q6:

What scientific term is given to the process where cells become specialized for a particular function?

  • AIndividualization
  • BRandomization
  • CParticulation
  • DDivision
  • EDifferentiation

Q7:

Which of the following is not an example of a human organ?

  • ABile
  • BLiver
  • CStomach
  • DPancreas
  • ESkin

Q8:

Which of the following is not an organ in the digestive system?

  • AThe stomach
  • BThe small intestine
  • CThe heart
  • DThe large intestine
  • EThe pancreas

Q9:

What type of specialized cells line the stomach and small intestine?

  • ANervous cells
  • BAlveoli
  • CEpithelial cells
  • DStem cells
  • EConnective cells

Q10:

What organ system is shown in the diagram?

  • AThe digestive system
  • BThe respiratory system
  • CThe reproductive system
  • DThe circulatory system
  • EThe nervous system

Q11:

What organ system is shown in the diagram?

  • AThe reproductive system
  • BThe respiratory system
  • CThe endocrine system
  • DThe nervous system
  • EThe digestive system

Q12:

Which of the following best defines a tissue?

  • AA group of similar cells that work together to carry out a particular function
  • BA group of organs that work together to perform the same function
  • CA group of different cells that work together to carry out multiple different functions
  • DMultiple different organs that carry out different functions
  • EA mass of cells that are bound together by membranes

Q13:

What organ system are the organs in the picture key components of?

  • AEndocrine system
  • BCirculatory system
  • CDigestive system
  • DReproductive system
  • ERespiratory system

Q14:

What organ system is the organ in the picture a key component of?

Heart organ  72 dpi
  • ANervous system
  • BCirculatory system
  • CDigestive system
  • DReproductive system
  • ERespiratory system

Q15:

What organ system is shown in the diagram?

  • AThe digestive system
  • BThe respiratory system
  • CThe circulatory system
  • DThe nervous system
  • EThe reproductive system

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