Unit 3 Lesson 4 Levels Of Cellular Organization VOCABULARY: Question Preview (ID: 27324)


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the arrangement of the parts in an organism or object
a) specialization
b) structure
c) function
d) alveoli

organisms made up of more than one and the groups of cells work together
a) multicellular organism
b) cell
c) specialization
d) unicellular organism

a group of organs working together to perform specialized functions
a) cell
b) tissue
c) organ
d) organ system

a structure made up of two or more tissues that carry out a specialized function
a) cell
b) tissue
c) organ
d) organ system

a group of similar cells that work together to perform a common function
a) cell
b) tissue
c) organ
d) organ system

the adaptation of a cell, tissue, or organ for a specific function
a) specialization
b) unicellular organism
c) multicellular organism
d) alveoli

an organism made up of single cells that perform all of the functions necessary for life
a) multicellular organism
b) cell
c) specialization
d) unicellular organism

a living thing made up of one or more cells that can carry out life processes on its own
a) organism
b) cell
c) tissue
d) organ system

the smallest functional and structural unit of all organisms; the basic unit of life
a) organism
b) cell
c) tissue
d) organ

the activity the parts in an organism or an object carry out
a) specialization
b) structure
c) function
d) alveoli

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