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[, Music ], our body is a pretty fantastic piece of engineering.


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Well, how does it work? How do all of the different components come together to keep us alive? Keep us functioning and achieving our goals in this video we're going to look at the levels of organization in organisms from smaller than cells to bigger than organs in unicellular organism.
The single cell performs all life functions, however.
Multicellular organisms have various levels of organization within them.

To learn more about the differences between unicellular and multicellular organisms.

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Watch this video all living things are made up of cells.
This is what distinguishes them as living cells.

Are the building blocks of life inside cells are little organelles? These are specialized structures that carry our particular jobs of functions like in this animal cell.
The mitochondria provides energy to the cell and the ribosomes are involved in protein.

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Synthesis cells themselves are the basic structure that make up little organisms in multicellular organisms.

They are differentiated to carry out different roles.
We are a few specialized human cells groups of cells, then form together to form tissues in humans.
We have four main types of tissue in plants.

The xylem and filum are examples of plant tissues.

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When there are layers of tissue working together, they form an organ.
Organs are specialized to carry out specific life processes or animals contains organs.

In fact, mammals have five vital organs that they cannot live without lungs, kidneys, liver heart and brain, but clients at organs to these specialized organs.
Work together in organ systems, performing body functions, organ systems keep the body regulated and in stable state.
The human body has eleven organ systems.

Organisms are entire living things, they can carry out all basic life processes.
Multicellular organisms are made up of organ systems, but unicellular organisms such as bacteria or protists, are made up of one cell, so they are the levels of organization in multicellular organisms.

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