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What cell has a group of organs working together?

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Cells have organelles that work together, but not organs. Cells working together make tissues, and tissues working together make organs.

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a cell is the basic unit of life, an organ is a group of cells working together, and an organism is a group of organs working together

No, a cell is a group of organelles working together. A tissue is a group of cells working together.

This is a SYSTEM. So we have Cell (simplest)- Organ- System - Organism.

Cell is the fundamental, functional and basic unit of life. It is cell that make tissues and organs. It is the working of cell which specifies the working of tissues and organs. Group of cells make tissues and group of tissues make organ and group of organs make organ system.

A tissue is a group of cells working together. Similarly, a system is a group of organs working together. Furthermore, the levels of organization prove that all tissues are made of cells and these tissues make up organs which form organ systems. Therefore, a single cell cannot form a system or a tissue.

There are no groups of tissues in cells. Tissues are groups of cells. Groups of tissues working together for a particular function are known as organs.

a group of atoms bonded together is a molecule, a group of molecules together doing a job in a cell can be considered an organelle (the organs of the cells) a group of organelles is a cell cells make tissues, then organs, then organ systems, then an organism

Group of organisms working togeether is called as cell specialization.

First off, a group of similar cells working together is a tissue, and a group of tissues working together is an organ. Organs are then put together to make systems e.g. circulatory sistem includes the heart, respiratory system involves the lungs and so on. Similarities can be that they all origionate with a cell or a group of cells, they all have a purpose in that they contribute to a greater system.

A cell is related to a tissue and organs is that a group of cells make a tissue and a group of tissues is a organ.

A cell is defined as the structural and functional unit of living beings. Tissues are simply defined as group of cells. Organs are group of tissues. Organ systems are a group of tissues that work together to perform a specific function.

cells --> tissues --> organs --> organ systems --> multicellular organism The cell is the basic unit of life. A tissue is a group of cells performing a common function. An organ is a group of tissues performing a common function. An organ system is a group of organs performing a common function. A multicellular organism is composed of organ systems working together to perform the functions required for life.

A cell is the term for multiple cell structure or organelles working together.

cell make organs through these steps 1. cell 2. tissue- group of cell carrying out a specific function 3. organs- group of tissues carrying out a specific function so as you can see cells form organs through these steps.

It's not. The simple definition of an organ is many similar tissues working together. Tissues are many similar cells working together. So Organ=Tissues=Cells. Cells can be metaphoric organs because they contain many organelles that help do what the cell needs to do.

Cells don't have groups of tissues working together, but they do have organelles working together. Tissues are made up of multiple cells working together.

A group of tissues that work together are called an organ. The cell is the same in each organ. The organs work together to for an organ system like the cardiovascular system which contains the heart, blood vessels and blood. These organ systems work together to form an organism.

cell ->tissue->organ->organ system-> body or whatever

A cell is a single unit of organism. when many cells form together, tissues are formed. so when loads of tisssues come together, organs are formed. and when organs work with other things in our body, a system is formed.....:))

A cell colony is a group of cells that are clustered together. These cell colonies work together to provide food and protection to themselves.

The organelles of a cell are like your organs. Your organs are in your body and organelles (little organs) are in a cell.

Biologically the answer is cell since a group of cells working together for a purpose is reffered to as a tissue. Since you are asking for the smallest level, phisically, it can also be atoms.

This is a very philosophoical question if you think about it. First of all, have you heard of this chain.Subparticles make atomsAtoms make moleculesMolecules make oraganells, energy, and all necessitiesOraganelles make cellsCells working together make a tissueTissues working together make an organA group of organs working together makes an organ systemA group of organ systems working together makes an organism.There is moreA group of organisms working together is a niche.Niches to communityCommunities to ecosystemEcosystems to biosphereBioshperes to the planet.Anyway, the brain is just made of atoms in general, but the cells are the memory keepers. Molecules in the cell all help in keeping information. Memory is not stored as words, but as codes that are kept by the cell. When the memory is needed, it is decoded and recalled. Since our brains can store more information, we can evolve ourselves without forgetting much. We build on our own and we evolve as a group. In summary, the atoms make molecules which make/help cells remember codes.

Organisms made of more than one cell working together are called multicellular organisms. They are a part of the domain eukaryote.


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