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levels of organizati

Levels of organization

TermDefinition
cell Basic unit of structure and function in organisms
tissue Group of specialized cells performing the same function
organ Group of 2 or more different tissues that work to perform the same function
organ system group of 2 or more organs that work together to perform a specific function
nerve tissue function is to send impulses(messages) throughout the body
muscle tissue function is to move the body
connective tissue function is to connect parts of the body and provides support
epithelial tissue tissue that lines internal organs and covers the outer body
3 types of muscle tissue cardiac,skeletal and smooth
organism any living thing
skin is an example of this tissue epithelial
blood, tendons and ligaments are examples of this tisue connective
your brain is made up of this tissue nerve
levels of organization in order from smallest to largest cell,tissue,organ,organ system,organism
your heart and lungs are examples of these organs
the skeletal system is an example of these organ system
basic processes cells carry out to keep the organism alive respiration,photosynthesis,diffusion,osmosis,mitosis
What are some types of specialized cells? nerve to carry messages, xylem to carry water
Cell The smallest level of organization in organisms
organism The largest level of organization. Any living thing
Levels in order from smallest to largest cell -> tissue -> organ -> organ system -> organism
Created by: science7th