How Are Cells Organized?

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The first level of cell organization are the cells themselves. Cells gather near similar cells. The similar cells join to form tissues (the 2nd level of organization). Organs (made of tissues) are the 3rd level and the 4th level is organ systems. The fifth level is an organism as a whole. You can find more information here: http://www.scsc.k12.in.us/SMS/Teachers/Martin/replacelevelsoforganization.htm
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