1. Each living organism contains a basic unit and a function unit. It does a couple of tasks inside to aid the organism. It is the cell.
2. The necessary task of introducing different materials to the organism is called for. It is inevitable to exchange material through the surfaces.
3 A cell’s area increases with amount, but the area is always smaller than the increased volume. It is not possible to exchange materials in order to perform essential activities. This leads to cell division following the growth limit.
4. Cell division was the source of multicellular organisms like yours and others. It forms the tissues. This is a collection or tiny cells.
5. Organs are made of the tissues of organisms.
6. Plant systems are formed by the combination of different tissues. Two examples of such systems are Phloem (Xylem) and Phloem (Phloem).
7. Multiple tissues can be used to create animal systems. These systems can include eyes, stomachs and noses as well as skin and Tongue.
8. Each organism must carry out the vital activities that allow it to live.
9. Animals have many systems made up of different organs. These include the respiratory system and the Immunity/ Digestive system.
10. A living organism is a combination of these bodies systems.
11. Reproduction is essential for the survival of an organism. Energy is required to perform these activities through respiration.
12. Additional nutrients also provide the raw materials. This is the most common way to make excretory materials.
13. Due to this fact, almost every organism has an excretory system.
14. Organisms that respond to external stimuli are required to move and perform vital functions.
15. An organism that is larger in size and more complex in its systems will consume more food. In this way, the excretory substance intake also increases.
16. For unicellular organisms, diffusion is more effective than for multicellular ones like the human.
17. Mass flow is the most efficient method to exchange materials within multicellular organisms. It happens due to the pressure difference in the body parts.
18. Mass flow is limited to the blood circulatory and excretory systems, as well as the respiratory system.
19. Without their body systems, living organisms might not be able achieve vital functions that enable them to thrive in the environment.
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