The level of organization when different tissues join together is called the?
Different tissues working together form an organ.
What is a body structure made of different kinds of tissues that work together to do a specific job called?
How do you arrange in sequence from smallest to largest level of organization organ system tissue cell?
What is group of two or more different types of tissues that work together to perform a specific function?
The levels of body organization in an animal, from smallest to largest unit, are as follows: Some schemes start with the atom, which combines to make molecules/elements/chemicals, which combine to form organelles. Other schemes don't count these levels. In other schemes, the cell is the first level of organization, containing the organelles, proteins and DNA needed on the microscopic level. An example is an epithelial cell. The cell is the smallest functional and structural unit…
A combination of two or more tissues working together to perform a specific job in the body are called what?
Yes. This is called the levels of complexity. Chemicals are used to make cells. Cells that have the same form and function are called tissues. A group of tissues with a similar function are called tissues. Groups of tissues that all share a common function are called organs, a group of organs with the sme function are called a system. And, finally, a group of organ systems functioning together are called an organism!