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cell organization

what are the proper levels of organization in biological organisims atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, whole organism
_____________are specialized _________ in the cell,which have their own specific function organelles and subunits
_______ are composed of several tissues and preform one or more functions in the body. tissues
_________ ____________ are groups of related organs that work together to preform a function or set of functions. organ systems
_________ ______ ________ have simple structures. these _______ carry oxygen to all parts of the body as they move in the _______________ stream red blood cells, cells, blood
__________ _____ have parts that are very long., which allows them to send messages a long way. nerve cells
_____________ __________ transmits signals and allows different parts of the body to communicate with each other. nervous tissue
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