Homework help please!

I seriously need some help with my science homework! You have to fill in the gaps with the words below. You do not need to use all of the words:

When whole animals and grow they get bigger. This happens because their cells divide by cell . One cell can to make two new ___cells.

Cells of the same kind can make a . Different types of tissues make . Organs can work together in an organ . The heart is an organ made from and nerve . It is part of the ____system.

The lungs are part of the system. The brain is part of the system. Food is broken down in the _________ system.

The words are:

DAUGHTER DIVIDE DIVISION PLANTS REPRODUCE SON BLOOD BREATHING CIRCULATORY DIGESTIVE MUSCLE NERVE NERVOUS ORGANS SYSTEM TISSUE TISSUES.

Thank you so much!!! Cerys

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One cell can 'divide' to make two new cells. It is part of the 'nervous' system. Food is broken down in the 'digestive' system
chloe
16 February 2011
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