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Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,For Teachers. Introduction, All organisms are composed of cells the fundamental units of life Most organisms are single cells. other organisms including humans are multicellular In this program students are introduced to. different types of unicellular and multicellular organisms and explore the structure and function of. multicellular organisms including cells tissues organs and organ systems The nervous system of. vertebrates is examined in detail and compared to animals with less specialized nervous systems. such as jellyfish Students are able to see up close the nervous system of a cane toad and earthworm. during dissections performed by Prof John Donald and Dr Stuart Linton from Deakin University. 00 00 00 Cells The building blocks of organisms,00 02 37 From cell to organism. 00 07 13 The nervous system,00 11 17 Vertebrate nervous systems. 00 15 46 Invertebrate nervous systems,00 20 34 Credits.
00 21 14 End Program,Bonus Footage,00 00 00 Cane Toad Dissection 12 41 min. 00 00 00 Earthworm Dissection 2 min,00 00 00 The Mammalian Brain 1 50mins. Related Titles,Transportation Systems in Plants,Transportation Systems in Animals. Recommended Resources,http faculty washington edu chudler neurok html. http web jjay cuny edu acarpi NSC 14 anatomy htm, http www bbc co uk schools ks3bitesize science organisms behaviour health cells systems revise1.
http www bbc co uk schools gcsebitesize science aqa human thenervoussystemrev1 shtml. http www donatelife gov au,Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012. Reproducing these support notes, You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,Student Worksheet. Initiate Prior Learning, 1 Organisms can consist of one cell or many cells Organisms that are made of just one cell can only. be seen with a microscope Can you name some organisms which are made of only one cell. 2 Organisms consisting of many cells multicellular can be seen with the naked eye List as many. multicellular organisms as you can in 30 seconds,Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012.
Reproducing these support notes, You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems, 3 Think Pair Share Using the table below name as many body systems as you can Try to name. some organs that make up each system When you can t think of any more pair up with someone. else and finally add any missed after discussing as a class. Body System Major Organs,Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012. Reproducing these support notes, You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,Active Viewing Guide.
Cells The building blocks of organisms,1 Complete the following sentences. a All living things contain, b The human body consists of approximately cells divided into. different types, c Unicellular organisms consist of only cell Examples include. d organisms consist of many cells Examples include. 2 Why are cells similar in simple multicellular organisms. 3 Why do complex multicellular organisms need specialized cells. Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012,Reproducing these support notes. You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,From cell to organism.
4 Complete the following table,Diagram of Cell s Type of Cell Function. 5 Name four other processes that cells perform in multicellular organisms. Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012,Reproducing these support notes. You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems, 6 In plants there are three broad types of tissue Draw a line matching the tissue type to the correct. description,Tissue Type Tissue Description,Vascular Tissue Outer layer of leaves. Transports water and nutrients inside,Ground Tissue.
Manufactures nutrients by the,process of photosynthesis. 7 Complete the following table,Type of Animal Tissue Function. Muscle Tissue,Supports and binds other tissue,Consist of brain spinal cord and nerves. Transmit signals around the body,Epithelial Tissue. Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012,Reproducing these support notes.
You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,8 What is an organ Give 3 examples. 9 Complete the following diagram which shows the level of organization in multicellular organisms. Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012,Reproducing these support notes. You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,The Nervous System. 10 What is the function of the nervous system, 11 What are the two main types of cells in the nervous system and what are their functions. 12 What is the role of the peripheral and central nervous system. Vertebrate Nervous Systems, 13 Why do vertebrates have complex nervous systems.
14 Neurons that detect information and send them to the central nervous system are called. 15 What is the function of motor neurons,Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012. Reproducing these support notes, You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,Invertebrate Nervous Systems. 16 Name two invertebrates with simple nervous systems. 17 How is an earthworm s nervous system similar to vertebrates. 18 Do you know the nervous system of an earthworm,a Label the following on the diagram below. nerve cord, b Color in the central nervous system red and peripheral nervous system blue.
Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012,Reproducing these support notes. You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,Extension Activities. 1 Look at the picture of the nerve cell below How does its shape help to carry out its function. 2 Describe the sequence of effects that would occur if you stepped on a pin. Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012,Reproducing these support notes. You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems, 3 Organ donation takes healthy organs and tissues from one person for transplantation into another. a The difference between organ and tissue donation. b The types of organs and tissues that can be donated. c How many people can one donor help, d Why cannot every organ donor donate their organs when they die.
e How can one become an organ donor,Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012. Reproducing these support notes, You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems, 4 Australia has one of the lowest organ donor rates in the developed world Each year there are. approximately 200 organ donors across Australia Why do you think this is so low Discuss as a. 5 Do you agree with organ and tissue donation Provide reasons for your decision. 6 Unlike other cells in the body neurons are not easily replaced if they die or are damaged by. infection or injury Disease and disorders of the nervous system include Parkinson disease. epilepsy meningitis multiple sclerosis MS brain tumor aneurysm stroke autism and. Alzheimer s disease Choose one disorder of the nervous system and find out what causes it the. effect on the body and treatment available, 7 Why do you think there is a stigma attached to people with disorders of the nervous system. 8 Conduct an experiment to see the difference between short term and long term memory For the. long term memory test name 10 objects in your lounge room and state their color For the short. term memory test look at the sheet of paper with 10 objects on it for 15 seconds After turning the. sheet over wait another 15 seconds and then write down the name and color of each object Your. teacher can prepare this sheet of images or you can create one and have another student. complete it, 9 After watching the bonus feature of the complete toad dissection dissect a toad and try to identify.
the major organs as seen in the program, 10 Lie down on a piece of butcher paper and get your partner to draw an outline of your body Draw in. the components of the nervous system and how they are connected Color in the central and. peripheral nervous systems in different colors and remember to label all components. Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012,Reproducing these support notes. You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,Suggested Student Responses. Initiate Prior Learning, 1 Organisms can consist of one cell or many cells Organisms that are made of just one cell can only. be seen with a microscope Can you name some organisms which are made of only one cell. Answers may vary but may include bacteria protozoa some algae fungi and protests. paramecium, 2 Organisms consisting of many cells multicellular can be seen with the naked eye List as many.
multicellular organisms as you can in 30 seconds,Answers will vary. 3 Think Pair Share Using the table below name as many body systems as you can Try to name. some organs that make up each system When you can t think of any more pair up with someone. else and finally add any missed after discussing as a class. Body System Major Organs, Mouth esophagus liver stomach pancreas small intestine. large intestine gall bladder,Respiratory Nose lungs trachea bronchus alveolus. Excretory Skin lungs kidneys bladder urethra,Circulatory Heart blood vessels blood. Nervous Brain spinal cord nerves eyes ears skin,Skeletal Bones cartilage tendons ligaments.
Muscular Skeletal smooth and cardiac muscle, Endocrine Hypothalamus pituitary thyroid pancreas and adrenal glands. Female ovaries oviducts uterus vagina and mammary glands. Reproductive,Male testes seminal vesicles and penis. Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012,Reproducing these support notes. You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems,Active Viewing Guide. Cells The building blocks for organisms,1 Complete the following sentences.
a All living things contain cells, b The human body consists of approximately 10 trillion cells divided into 200 different types. c Unicellular organisms consist of only one cell Examples include Coli bacteria amoeba and. paramecium, d Multicellular organisms consist of many cells Examples include answers may vary. 2 Why are cells similar in simple multicellular organisms. Processes needed to keep simple multicellular organisms alive are relatively simple. therefore no specialized cells are required to carry out specialized functions. 3 Why do complex multicellular organisms need specialized cells. The processes needed to keep complex multicellular organisms alive are complex therefore. they need specialized cells to carry out specialized functions. From cell to organism,4 Complete the following table. Diagram of Cell s Type of Cell Function,Controls the function of. different parts of the body,Nerve cell neuron,and relays messages.
around the body,Protects the body by acting,as a barrier. Red blood cell Delivers oxygen to the body,Video Education Australasia Pty Ltd 2012. Reproducing these support notes, You may download and print one copy of these support notes from our website for your reference. Further copying or printing must be reported to CAL as per the Copyright Act 1968. Multicellular Organisms and Their Nervous Systems 2 different types of unicellular and multicellular organisms Examples include

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