B2, Organs in animals and plants

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What is the function of Muscular tissue?
Contracts, bringing about movement
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What is the function of glandular tissue?
Produces enzymes and hormones
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What is teh function of epithelial tissue?
Covers some parts of the body
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Name 3 tissues contained in the stomach
Musculat tissue, Glandular tissue and epithelial tissue
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What is the function of muscular tissue in the stomach?
To churn the food and other contents in the stomach
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What is the function of glandular tissue in the stomach?
To produce digestive juices, including acids and enzymes
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What is the function of epithelial tissue in the stomach?
it covers the inner and outer surfaces of the stomach
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Name the 4 organ systems
The respitory system, the digestive system, the reproductive system and the nervous system
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What's the function of the pancreas and salivary glands?
To produce digestive juices
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What is the function of the liver?
To produce bile
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What is the function of the small intestine?
To digest and absorb soluble foods
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What is the function of the large intestine?
absorbs water from undigested foods and produces faeces
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What does the epidermal tissue do?
Covers the plant
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What does mesophyll do?
carries out photosynthesis
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WHat does the xylem and pholem do?
Transport of substances around the plant
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Name3 examples of plant organs
stem, leaf and roots
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What is the purpose of chlorophyll?
To absorb sunlight
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What is the purpose of a leaf haing a large surface area?
To absorb more light
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What is the purpose of a leaf having stomata?
To let carbon dioxide diffuse into the leaf
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What is the purpose of a leaf being thin?
Short distance for carbon dioxide to diffuse into the leaf cell
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What is teh purpose of a leaf having a network of veins?
To support the leaf and transport water and carbohydrates
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What is the purpose of the wax cuticle layer?
To protect the leaf without blocking light
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What is the purpose of the transparent epidermis?
to allow more light to reach the palisade cells
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What is the purpose of the palisade cells?
to absorb light
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What is the purpose of the spongey mesophyll layer?
air spaces allow carbon dioxide to diffuse, also to increase the surface area
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What is the purpose of the chloroplasts in the palisade cells?
to increase absorption of light
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