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Levels of organization in Plants

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on 18 September 2014

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Levels of Organization in Plants
Firstly, is the cell or bark cells that then crate tissue. Then the tissue is made from different cells and this makes the bark tissue. Tissue than makes up organs in a plant which are the roots, leaves, and stem.
After that, all the different organs make up the organ system. Finally, all these organ systems make up an organism.
source:mpsaz.org

Levels of
organization
of Animals
First comes the cells which
then make up tissues. These tissues
are made of different cells and the
tissue creates organs like the kidney and the heart. After that organs come together to make organ systems like the cardiovascular system. Finally,
the organ systems create an organism
Organ
tissue
Differences
of animal cells and plants
Animal
Same
Plant
cell wall
chloroplast
circle
rectangular
multiple
vacuoles
one vacuole
plastids
cilia
cell
membrane
Golgi
mitochondria
ribosomes
source: differn.com
Cells and organisms alike?
Believe it or not cells and
organisms are alike. Each of them extract food. Also,
the most obvious one is they both have movement. And finally, each of them remove waste like for example we remove dung and cells remove sicknesses.
source:harnett.k12.nc.us
Hodgkin Lymphoma
Is a cancer that affects the
immune system with a cell called Reed-Sternberg Cell.
Symptoms include enlargement of nodes, spleen, and immune tissue
Cell theory
The cell theory states that
all living things are composed of cells. Cells also extract carbohydrates from food that create energy. And the organelle that does this is the mitochondria.
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