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levels of organizati

levels of organization of the human body

cell building blocks of all living things
tissue is a group of similar cells working together
There are four main types of tissue are muscle tissue, nervous tissue, connective tissue, and epithelial tissue
organ Organs form when different types of tissue come together to perform a specific job for the body.
Examples of organs in the human body are Some examples of organs in the human body are the stomach, lungs, heart and the brain.
organ system organ systems are groups of organs that work together to perform a BIG job (very important function) in your body.
The smallest level of organization within the human body is a cell
The largest level of organization within the human body is an Organ system
The four levels of organization in our bodies from smallest to largest are cell, tissue, organ, and organ system
organism an individual living thing
Created by: bernier