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Found Organ 14 times.

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1. Organ
A group of tissue s which work together as a single unit to perform a particular function within a multicellular organism.

2. Organ system
A group of organ s, vessels, gland s, other tissues, and/or pathways which work together to perform a body function within a multicellular organism. Examples of organ systems include the nervous system , the digestive system, the immune system , and the lymphatic system .

3. Organ systems
Groups of organs that perform related functions.

4. Organelle
A membrane-bound body found in the cytoplasm of the cell that performs specific cellular functions.

5. Organelles
Cell components that carry out individual functions; e.g., the cell nucleus and the endoplasmic reticulum .Subcellular structures (usually membrane-bound and unique to eukaryotes ) that perform some function, e.g. chloroplast , mitochondrion , nucleus.

6. Organic brain syndrome
Organic brain syndrome is characterized by transient or permanent behavior, cognitive, emotional, and other brain dysfunctions that is attributable to an organic cause: such as drugs, infections, etc.

7. Organic chemistry
A branch of chemistry that deals specifically with the structures, synthesis and reactions of carbon-containing compounds.

8. Organic debris
Debris consisting of plant or animal material.

9. Organic debris
Debris consisting of plant or animal material.

10. Organism
Any living thing.


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