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What makes up an organism?
Transcript of What makes up an organism?
basic unit of structure and function in organisms.
Some organisms, like fungi, plants, and animals, are multicellular (made of many cells).
Some organisms, like bacteria and protists, are unicellular (made entirely of one cell).
cells similar in shape and function that work together
4 Basic Types of Tissues
– carries impulses back and forth to the brain from the body
– (cardiac, smooth, skeletal) contract and shorten, making body parts move
Epithelial tissue –
covers the surfaces of the body, inside (as lining and /or covering of internal organs) and outside (as layer of skin)
– connects all parts of the body and provides support (for example tendons, ligaments, cartilage).
A group of two or more different types of tissue that work together to perform a specific function.
A group of two or more organs that work together to perform a specific function.
A complete, individual living thing.