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The tiny organism inside the cell which performs specific functions for the cell is called a(n)
a) organ b) organelle c) organ system d) tissue
A group of cells that are similar and act together to do a certain job are called a(n)
a) tissue b) organ c) organelle d) organ system
A structure that is made up of two or more different types of tissue that work together to perform the same job is called a(n)
a) cell b) organ c) organelle d) organ system
A group of similar organs doing the same job make up a(n)
a) cell b) tissue c) organelle d) organ system
Which is the correct order of organization?
a) organ, organelle, organ system, organism, tissue, cell b) cell, tissue, organ, organelle, organism, organ system , c) organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism d) organelle, cell, tissue, organ system, organ, organism
Skeletal, muscular, digestive, circulatory, respiratory, excretory, and nervous are all types of
a) cells b) organs c) organelles d) organ systems
Muscle, covering, nerve, and connective are all types of
a) cells b) tissues c) organs d) organ systems
Nucleus, mitochondria, and vacuoles are all types of
a) organelles b) organs c) organ systems d) cells
Organelles make up
a) cells b) tissues c) organs d) organisms
Your heart, kidneys, and lungs are all examples of
a) cells b) tissue c) organs d) organ systems
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