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Get the answer from here -> An individual mouse is made up of several organ systems. The system shown here is the digestive system, which breaks down food to a form that cells can use. One of the organs of the digestive system is the stomach. The stomach, in turn, consists of different types of tissues. Each type of tissue is made up of cells of the same type. There are also levels of organization above the individual organism. These levels are illustrated in Figure below. Organisms of the same species that live in the same area make up a population. For example, all of the goldfish living in the same area make up a goldfish population. All of the populations that live in the same area make up a community. The community that includes the goldfish population also includes the populations of other fish, coral and other organisms. An ecosystem consists of all the living things in a given area, together with the nonliving environment. The nonliving environment includes water, sunlight, and other physical factors. A group of similar ecosystems with the same general type of physical environment is called a biome. The biosphere is the part of Earth where all life exists, including all the land, water, and air where living things can be found. The biosphere consists of many different biomes.
1.Cellular level ( Basic unit of life ) 2.Tissue Level ( group of similar cells that perform similar function ) 3.Organ level ( several tissue types that perform specific function ) 4.Organ system level( two or more organs working togather in a specific body function ) 5.Multicellular organism level( individual having many cells ) 6.Species level(very similar , potentially interbreeding organisms ) 7.Population level( members of one species inhibiting same area ) 8.Community level ( two or more populations living in same area ) 9.Ecosystem level( community along with its non living environment ) 10.Biosphere level( part of earth inhibited by living organisms including both living and non living components )
These are the levels of organisation of any multicellular animal (including mouse) :/
ok one more thing what is a multicellular animal
An individual living thing composed of many cells.
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