What ways are the functions of the organ systems of plant similar to those animals?
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There is only one function that both organ and plant systems have. The one thing organ systems and plant have in common is tissues.
the animals are made up of organ systems
Is what ways are the function of the organ system paint similar to those animal in that way they different?
in what ways are the functions of the organ systems of plants similar to those animals
A group of similar cells that perfrom a common function form a tissue. A group of similar tissues that perform a common function form an organ, organs form organ systems, and organ systems form organisms.
Groups of organs with similar functions make up organ systems.
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Plants and Animal organ systems both expel wastes. Animals expel unused wastes (feces) through their bowels. Plants expel unused wastes (oxygen) through their flowers and stems.
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Bodies of multicellular organisms, particularly animals, are organized on the basis of tissues, organ and organ systems. A tissue is composed of cells with similar structures and functions. An organ is composed of several tissues grouped together into a structural and functional unit. And an organ system is a group of organs that work together in the performance of a specific function.
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Organ is a group of tissues [tissues are made up of cells] performing similar functions . Varoius organs further forms an organ system & various organ systems form up the the most part of anatomy of an organism .
Organ systems usually have several functions.
Organ systems are formed by cells that form tissues, these tissues form organs, and these organs form organ systems. Organ systems are groups of organs that work together to preforms biological functions, such as the circulatory and urinary systems.
The thymus is an organ of both the endocrine and lymphatic systems. The thymus has both endocrine and immune functions.
There are many functions that are performed by a number of organ systems such as circulation. These systems also control nutrient absorption for example.
The relationship between an organ and organ systems are similar to a teammate relationship. An organ system is made up of organs.
Like the organ systems of animals, those of plants have parts that work together. For example, the shoot system of plants is composed of the stem, leaves, and flowers. The stem has tissues that allow for the transport of water and nutrients from the roots to the leaves. The leaves on the other hand serve as structures for photosynthesis through which, they manufacture their food. This is similar to the digestive system in animals, in… Read More
Organs and organ systems are responsible for keeping an organism alive and healthy so it can create copies of itself. (Young ones)
When organs are viewed according to their shared functions they form organ systems. Organ Systems are formed from Organs, and from Tissues, which ultimately are formed from living units called cells. These organ systems usually develop as an adaptation or natural selection calls for some sort of function, and continues to develop with the evolutionary timeline.
An organ. Then organs form organ systems.
similar cells work to produce tissues then tissues work together to form organs then organs work together to form organ systems then organ systems work to form organisms!
Crocodiles have organ systems similar to those of other reptiles. They have integumentary, circulatory, nervous, digestive, reproductive and skeletal systems.
1. A multicellular organism has organ systems that interact to carry out life functions, while a single-celled organism carries out life functions without using organ systems
If Cells are the basic unit of life why are tissues organs and organ systems required in large multicellular organisms?
Tissues are a group of cells that are similar to each other that hold together, and are used for different functions. Then tissues are organized together to make larger structures like organs, and then of course organ systems are made up of different organs. Therefore, cells alone do not have all these functions needed for large multicellular organisms, but when they are organized in things such as, tissues, organs and organ systems they can do… Read More
Which organ systems share the responsibilty of allowing higher level animals like mammals to apply force to objects?
The organ systems that share the responsibilty of allowing higher level animals like mammals to apply force to objects are mammalian systems.
Yes, the nervous system is considered one of the organ systems in animals.
The nervous system and the endocrine system.
Anatomy is the study of the human body, the locations functions and relations of the organ systems.
Cells that perform similar functions make tissues, yes. Cooperating tissues make organs, which ,by cooperating, make organ systems, which, therefore, create organisms.
Humans require organ systems to carry out life processes Single-celled organisms do not have organ systems and yet they are able to carry out life processes This is because?
organelles present in single-celled organisms act in a manner similar to organ systems
What are a group of similar cells performing similar functions called in a human body or other complex organism?
The most basic building blocks of life are atoms. Atoms then form molecules. These molecules combine with other molecules and twist up into a protien. Protiens then make up amino acids, which through extremely complex processes make cells. These cells combine into a tissue, which makes an organ. Organs of similar or related functions are organ systems. Combine organ systems, and you have yourself a living creature.
Tissues are made up of "like" cells that perform a specific function. Organs are tissues that act together to perform a specific function or functions. Organ systems are a group of organs acting together to perform a function or set of functions. All perform a function or functions but the level of complexity and the number of functions increases as the complexity increases.
The organ that enables animals to perform different functions is the cell. The cell is regarded as the basic unit of all living organisms.
Organ systems (like human beings) are made of organs, which perform specific functions. Organs are made of tissues, some of which are unique to each organ. Each type of tissue is made of cells.
A group of organs that work together to perform bodily functions are called organ systems. There are eleven organ systems: the circulatory, intergumentary, skeletal, reproductive, digestive, urinary, respiratory, endocrine, lymphatic, muscular and nervous systems. Organ systems functioning properly are necessary to a normal life.
It's a case of removing an organ that no longer funcions and replacing it with a similar organ that (hopefully) does function (either 'functions correctly' or at least 'functions better than the previous organ'). Obviously with a lot of post-transplant medication afterwards.
An organ, which are composed of various types of tissues.
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A cell is a single unit/building block, it is the basis of all life, a tissue is a regroupement of cells with similar functions, and an organ is a regroupement of specific tissues (made up of these cells with similar functions) in order to accomplish a certain task.
Each organ system is specialized in its functions. One body system cannot substitute or do the work for another body system. All the systems work together. When one system has problems, it can easily affect other systems.
they are similar in many ways... like for example plants have blah while animals have blah!
The nervous and endocrine systems act, in two different ways, to regulate activities and functions. The nervous system uses nerve impulses while the endocrine system uses hormones to chemically regulate organ systems.
An organ is a group of tissue that works together to perform similar functions.
Propulsion in single celled animals. Celia are a similar hairlike structure that is often used in the organ systems of more complex animals to move food or fecal material (intestines), help in the removal of contaminants (lungs), etc.
A. Cell Physiology - the study of the functions of living cells B. Special Physiology- the study of the functions of specific organs C. Systematic Physiology- includes all aspects of the functions of specific organ systems D. Pathologic Physiology - the study of the effects of diseases on organ or system functions
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cells are specialized for a specific function, they work together to make tissues. Those tissues work together to form organs. Those organs work together to form organ systems
Prokaryotes are usually unicellular - and so would not have tissue, organs or organ systems. Some prokaryotes are multicellular, and you could potentially say that they are a tissue (many similar cells working together to perform a task). However, no prokaryotes have organs or organ systems.