Presentation on theme: "Cell Organization Chapter 1 Section 3. Cell Organization All organisms can be classified by their cell type. Archaea and Bacteria Most unicellular."— Presentation transcript:
Cell Organization All organisms can be classified by their cell type. Archaea and Bacteria Most unicellular organisms are classified here Prokaryote (no nucleus, ribosomes in cytoplasm but not other organelles, tough cell wall) Eukarya Plant cells and animal cells are two main types Eukaryotes (have a nucleus, many specilized organelles, complex in structrue)
Cell Organization Cells in multicellular organisms are specialized Specialization : of cells means that specific cells perform specific functions. This is why a single cell from a multicellular organism can not survive on its own
Cell Organization A multicellular organism is community of cells working together. The amount of specilized cells depends on the complexity of the organism. Groups of specilized cells are called tissues Groups of tissues are called organs Groups of organs are called organ systems
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