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Organization Pl/Anim

stomach, small intestine, large intestine are all organs. they work together to process food, this is a function called what system
collection of cells with a similar funciton tissue
correct order of organization in plants and animals from least to most complex cells-tissues-organs-organ systems-organisms
lowest level of organization cell
respiratory system is airways, lungs, respiratory muscles, lungs are called what? organs
xylem tissue transports water inside plants, the xylem tissue is made up of cells
sieve-tube cells and companion cells work together to transport sugar and nutrients inside plants. together, sieve-tube cells and companion cells form organ
smallest unit of life in plants cells
tissues work together to perform specialized functions called organ
in the sequence from simplest to most complex level of organization, which level is one level more complex than cells organ systems
in humans, the heart is an organ that pumps blood through blood vessels. the combination of the heart and blood vessels is classified as organ system
water moves inside plants using xylem, a structure made up of a collection of cells that form the tube-like xylem. xylem is classified as ? tissue
roots of a plant help anchor the plant to the soil, and are also used for food storage and water extraction..roots are made up of tissues, such as xylem, phloem, and pith...which level of organization would the roots of a plant most likely be classified organ
hepatocytes are the main type of cells in the liver. hepatocytes combine to form the next more complex level of organization called tissue
the liver is a collection of tissues that metabolize nutrients in the body. the liver is an example of organ
least to most complex level of organization lung cell-lung tissue-lung-repiratory system-human
neurons rapidly communicate info throughout the body. neurons combine to form tissue in the organ know as the brain... neurons are classified as cells
lungs, diaphram, nerves, brain, ribs, skull, heart, arteries organs
frog organism
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