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The Organization of Living Things

How do multicellular organisms grow? by making more cells
What are three benefits of being multicellular? larger size, longer life and specialization
What is a tissue? a group of similar cells that perform a common function
What a four basic types of tissues in animals? nerve, muscle, connective and protective
What are three basic types of tissues in plants? transport, protective and ground
What is an organ? a structure that is made up of two or more tissues workin together
What is an organ system? a group of organs working together to perform a particular function
What are examples of plant organs? leaves, stems, roots
What is an organism? anything that can perform life processes
What is the term for an organism with only one cell? unicellular
What is structure? the arrangement of parts in an organism
What is function? the job the part does within the organism
What is alveoli? the millions of tiny air sacs in the lungs
What is a benefit of being a large organism? you have fewer predators
What is a group of cells with the same function make up? tissue
In what kind of tissue does photosynthesis take place? ground
What does an organ consist of? two or more tissues
What does an organ system consist of? two or more organs
What is the highest level of organization? a system
The function of a part of an organism is related to what? the structure of that part
What does specialization in cells make tissues organs and systems do? work more efficiently
Created by: ndmsteach