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what do multicellular organisms develop?
systems for exchanging material. during the development of a multicellular organism cells differtiate so that they can perform different function.
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what is a tissue?
is a group of cells with similar structure and function
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what are some examples of animal tissues?
muscle tissue, *glandular tissue *epithelial tissue
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what does a muslce tissue do?
can contract to bring about movement
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what does a glandula tissue do?
to produce substances such as enzymes or hormones
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what does a epithelial tissue do?
which covers some parts of the body
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what are some examples of plant tissues?
epidermal, *mesophyll *xylem and phloem
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what does a epidermal tissue do?
covers the plant
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what does a mesophyll tissue do?
which can photosynthesis
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what does xylem and phloem tissues do?
which transport substances around the plant
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what is an organ?
organs are made up of tissues.
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what is the stomatch organ made up of?
muscular tissues - to churn the stomatch content *gladular tissues - produce digestive juices *epitherlial tissue - cover the outside and inside of the stomatch
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name 3 plant organs
leaf, stem and root - these contain epidermal, mesophyll, xylem and phloem
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what are organ systems?
are groups of organs that perform a particular function. the digestive system is one example of a system in which humans and other mammals exchange substances with the environment
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what does the digestive system consist of?
*glands, such as the pancreas and salivary glands, which produce digestive juices. *the stomatch and small intestine where digestion occurs. *the livere which produces bile *the small intestine where the absorption of soluble food occurs.
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what does the digestive system consist of? continued
the large intestine, where water is absorbed from undigested food, producing faeces.
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