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CellsTissues Organs

LC Biology Ireland

TermDefinition
cell basic/smallest structural unit of living things capable of functioning independently
tissue group of cells with a similar function
organ group of tissues with a similar function
organ system group of organs with a similar function
2 Plant tissue examples Meristematic and Vascular tissues
2 Animal tissue examples muscular and nervous [tissue]
Function Meristematic tissue Area of active cell division (mitosis) which produces ‘simple’ cells
Function Vascular tissue Tissue involved with transport of water & food in a plant
Function of muscular tissue a tissue that can only contract and relax for movement
Function of Nervous tissue tissue that transmits electrical impulses to and from the brain
1 plant organ root
Function of root anchors plant or stores food or absorbs water
1 animal organ Skin
Function of skin temperature control or sense organ
example of animal organ-systems digestive system
tissue culture a method for growing individual cells with a similar function outside an organism.
organelle a structure in a cell specialised to perform specific function