Biology B2: Cell Organisation

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What are Large Multicellular Organisms made up of?
Organ Systems
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What are similar cells organised into?
Tissues!
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Define Tissue
A tissue is a group of similar cells that work together to carry a particular funtion
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What are tissues organised into?
Organs!
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What are organs organised into?
Organ systems!
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What does muscular tissue do?
Muscular tissue contracts to move whatever it is attached to, e.g it moves the stomach wall to churn up food
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What does Glandular tissue do?
Glandular Tissue makes and makes and secretes chemicals (Like Enzymes and hormones or digestive juices to digest food)
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What does Epithelial Tissue do?
Epithelial Tissue covers parts of body, like the outside and inside of the stomach
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What do the glands do?
Glands, like the Pancreas and salivary glands) produce stomach juices (Glands = Made up of Glandular Tissue)
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What does the stomach and small intestine do?
They both digest food!
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What does the liver produce?
The liver produces bile!
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What does the LARGE intestine do?
The LARGE intestine absorbs water from undigested food leaving behind faeces
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What does the small intestine do?
Digests SOLUBLE food molecules
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To summarise, what does the digestive system do? (not just 'digest food')
The digestive system exchanges materials with the environment by taking in nutrients and releasing substances such as bile
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