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11. The highest level in the organizational hierarchy of the human body is the (1 point) atom. organ system. organism. tissue. 12. The brain of the cell is called the (1 point) endoplasmic reticulum. nucleus. lysosome. cytoplasm. 13. Within the cell, the clean-up crew is the (1 point) endoplasmic reticulum. nucleus. lysosomes. cytoplasm. 14. Within the cell, a tubular network that is involved in protein synthesis and transport is the (1 point) endoplasmic reticulum. nucleus. lysosomes. cytoplasm.

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atom, nucleus, don't know, endoplasmic reticulum
lysosomes are the clean-up crew
11) organism; atoms are the smallest 12) nucleus 13) lysosomes 14) endoplasmic reticulum

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