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Cells to Organisms

CMS Ms White Science

what organisms take on specific jobs and look different from each other multicellular
what type of tissue is responsible for sending messages back and forth from the brain to the rest of the body nervous
what is a complete, individual living thing organism
fourth level of organization organ system
what type of tissue covers and lines the body epithelial
fifth level of organization organism
group of similar cells tissue
third level of organization organ
group of organs organ system
smallest unit of life cell
tissue that tightens and loosens itself muscle
tissue that connects and supports other body parts connective
type of cell that can stretch and snap back muscle
___ or more kinds of tissues together form organs two
organ systems working together form organism
bone skeletal system
brain nervous
stomach digestive
heart circulatory
skin integumentary
muscle muscular
Created by: jenniwhite27