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science 1.1

living organisms and human development

What is a cell? The cell is a basic unit of structure and function in a living thing.
Why do we have different types of cells? We have different types cells because the different types of cells need to create all the different types of tissue to function for a certain purpose.
What are different types of cells? the different types of cells are skin, hair, fingernail, liver, kidney, blood, heart and embryo cells,etc.
What is the largest level of organization in the human body? the largest level of organization in the human body is the organ system.
What are the four levels of organization in the human body from smallest to largest? the four levels are cells, tissues, organs, and organs systems.
What are two examples of an organ system? Two examples are immune, and reproductive.
What does biotic mean? Biotic means something that is living or has once lived.
what does abiotic mean? Abiotic means something that has never lived.
What are some examples of biotic factors the effect a human body system? some examples are parasites, bacteria. and the aging process.
what are some examples od abiotic factors that effect the human body? some examples are drugs, acid rain, and carbon monoxide.
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