What is the difference between a cell and an organ?
the difference between a cell and an organ is that an organ is made up of many cells and cells are the building blocks for an organ
Organelles are within the cell. They perform functions within the cell, such as synthesizing cell products, hydrolyzing macromolecules, performing cellular respiration, etc. An organ is made up of tissues, or groups of specialized cells. Organs work together to form organ systems such as the respiratory system, circulatory system, endocrine system, etc. Basically, organelles perform functions within the cell while organs perfom functions for the body as a whole.
A stem cell, if put near a muscle cell, will transform itself into more muscle cells. If a stem cell is put near the cell of an organ, it will "replicate" the cells of that organ. (if and only IF the stem cell is deemed compatible and has nutrients) A muscle cell if put near anything not muscle ... will do nothing (very likely will be killed/absorbed by the antibodies), if put near a muscle…