Cell is a basic structural and functional unit. Many cells combine to form a tissue, many tissues combine to form an organ, many organs combine to form organ system (such as circulatory system, respirator system, nervous system etc.), many organ systems combine to form an organism.
Well actually, a cell makes up tissue. Then the tissue makes up an organ, the organ makes the organ system, then the organ system makes up an organism. But the exact amount of cells in an organism is unknown, but it is estimated to be 100 trillion.
by order: organism, species and population... it makes up community
a DNA .
a fungus and a photosynthetic organism
The genus and species of the organism makes up the scientific name, but most of the time the genus and species are in latin;which makes it hard to pronounce.
An atom is not a living organism, it is an inanimate particle that makes up an object.
genus & species
Tissue. Tissue is made up of cells.
Cells are the one who make up the entire human organism,, because cells are the basic unit of life, ---ForgottenEunice
An organism that literally produces (makes) its own food (from photosynthesis) is a producer.
A catalyst is something that speeds up a chemical reaction
Its existence is what makes it a living organism and the fact that it grows.
stromatolite. It is billions of years old.
All living things are made up of individual cells that complete the entire organism.
A cell is a building block that makes up an organism, so yes a cell is smaller than an organism, but you can also get single celled organisms such as some algaes
Organism that makes proteins within the cellOrganism that makes proteins within the cell
An organism that makes its own food by photosynthesis is an autotroph.
it is (reproduction)
You can't make yourself organism. That makes no sense. Are you asking how you can make yourself ORGASM? If so, look up masturbation on wikipedia.
cells make up tissue, tissue makes up organs, organs make up the organ system, the organ system makes up the organism.
Genes are in the Deoxyribonucleuc Acid (DNA), which is in the chromosomes, which is in the nucleus of every cell, which makes up our tissues which makes up our organs which make up the organ system, which then (finally) we have the complete organism.