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The levels of Organization in a Multicellular Organism

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Elizabeth Hamilton

on 30 October 2014

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Transcript of The levels of Organization in a Multicellular Organism

Cells that are similar in structure and function usually join together to become tissues. There are 4 types of tissue. The heart is made up of all 4. Tissues are the second level of organization.
Examples:
Bone cells form bone tissue
Blood cells form blood tissue
connective
epithelial
muscle
nerve

Cells are the first level of
organization. They are the
smallest out of all 5.
Cells rarely work alone.
Organs are groups of different tissues that work together. Organs are the third level of organization in living things.
Examples:
Brain
Kidneys
Stomach
Heart
Tissues
Cells
Organs
The levels of Organization in a Multicellular Organism
Organism:
Organism
An organism is an entire living thing that carries out all the basic life functions. An organism is the fifth level of organization. It is the biggest out of all five of the levels of organization. They can be made up of one cell. They are the most complex.
Examples:
Organ Systems
Animal cell
Plant cell
By: Elizabeth Hamilton
Examples:
Digestive system
Respiratory system
Nervous system
Skeletal system
Muscular system
Organs normally work together to form organ systems. Organ systems are the fourth level of organization. An organ system is made up of 2 or more organs working together to do a specific job. There are 11 organ systems in the human body.
Examples:
Human
Dog/puppy
Tree
Grass
Protists
Bone Tissue
Levels of Organization in a Multicellular Organism
Cells
Tissues
Organs
Organ Systems
Organism
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