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molecules, cells, and organs. short explaination for all ?

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Molecule: These are made from Atoms. Examples of molecules are: Hydrogen, Oxygen. Organelle: Made of molecules and are the small organs in each cell. Examples in aminal cells are: Neucleus, Ribosome, Lysosome. Cell: Made up of organelles. Cells are the building blocks of life. Tissue: Made from similar cells. Each organ has specific types of cells that make that particular organ and its parts .Organ: Similar types of tissue (example muscle tissue, heart tissue) makeup an organ Organ System: Organs that work together to help an organism execute a specific function (breathing, thinking, etc) are part of an organ system. Organism: An organism is the person/thing.
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