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Levels of an Organ System
Assignment: Levels of an Organ System Exploration Lance Creel
Level 1: Organ System
Circulator, digestive, endrocrine, excretory,(urinary), immune (lymphatic),integumentary,muscular,nervous,reproductive,respiratory,and skeletal.
Level 2: Organ
Made up of tissues that work together to perform a specific activity.
Heart, brain, skin,etc.
Level 3: Tissues of the_Organ System
The human body tissue types.
Primary tissue ;muscle nervous epithelial connective organs; composed of at least two primary tissue systems.
What is the basic unit of organization of all living things? Cells are the basic unit in life in both plant and animal cells.
What is the difference between an organ and an organ system? a
organ refers to a unit part of any organism whereas organ system is referred to all the organs
For your organ system, describe how the system works at the organ level. The human body is made up of 11 organ systems that work with one another. .A group of tissue working together to do a specific job is known as an organ. ex. our heart, stomach, lungs are all organs.
For your organ system, describe how the system works at the tissue level. when we have a group of similar cells working together this is called tissue. ex. muscle tissue is made up of lots of muscle cells. All the cells in a tissue look the same and perform the same job.
Describe what would happen if an organ in your specific organ system stopped working. It would cause of multi-system organ failure.
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