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The basic unit of life. Examples: Blood cell Nerve cell Muscle cell
Group of cells working together. Examples: Connective tissue Epithelial tissue Muscle tissue Nerve tissue
Group of tissues working together. Examples: Heart Brain Bicep
Group of organs working together. Examples: Circulatory System Nervous System Muscular System
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