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CELLS, TISSUES, AND

Cells, Tissues, and Organs

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group of organs that work together organ system
control center of a cell nucleus
basic unit of structure and function in living things cell
group of cells that work together tissue
molecules are made up of atoms
tissue that carry chemical messages from one part of the body to another nerve tissue
a type of tissue that joins, supports or binds other organs and tissues together connective tissue
the kind of tissue that protects the lining of tissues and organs and keeps germs out of your body is epithelial tissue
the number of organ systems inside the human body is 11
the type of tissue that provides movement and support for thbody muscle tissue
most actions in the body are controled by these two systems endocrine and nervous systems
the structure of cells, tissues and organs is closely related to function
two organ systems that must wok together respiratory and circulatory
the organ systems that involves breathing respiratory
the organ system that involves blood flow circulatory
the organ system that involves breaking down food and liquid digestive
the organ system that controls metabolism, hormones, mood, sleep, growth, etc. endocrine
the organ system that controls movement and response nervous
an example of epithelial tissue outer layer of skin
A group of tissues with a specific function organ
the stomach , pancreas, intestines, and mouth work together in the this organ system digestive
most organs contain this many types of tissue four
Created by: jonesgenes6