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Which selection of organs does the human body use to move gases in and out of the body?

Nose, trachea, and lungs

Where does the photosynthesis process take place and where does the cellular respiration process take place?

mitochondria - chloroplast

Write the scientific term: The liquid material that is necessary for a cell to maintain the balance on both sides.


Which statement about cells is false?

All cells have a nucleus.

What can an unaided human eye not see?

a bird’s unfertilized egg cell

Study Notes

Respiratory System

  • The human body uses the respiratory system to move gases in and out of the body.

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

  • Photosynthesis takes place in chloroplasts, which are organelles found in plant cells.
  • Cellular respiration takes place in the mitochondria, which are found in both plant and animal cells.

Cell Biology

  • The scientific term for the liquid material necessary for a cell to maintain balance on both sides is isotonic solution.

Cell Biology

  • The statement "cells are always moving" is false.

Human Vision

  • An unaided human eye cannot see objects smaller than 40 micrometers or 0.04 millimeters.

Test your knowledge of biology with this quiz on cellular processes and respiratory system. Choose the correct answers for questions about photosynthesis, cellular respiration, and the organs involved in gas exchange in the human body.

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