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Biology, The Study of Life On Earth
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Biology of Cells, Tissues, Organs, Organ Systems, and Organisms
Like communities of people, cells work together.  

You are a member of a very large and complex world. Together with other members of your family, you work to do jobs, like clean your home, set the table, make dinner, and many other important chores. Your family in turn works with other families to do important work. These cooperative efforts might include a neighborhood watch or cleanup. Your neighborhood is part of a larger city, which itself is part of a nation, and then finally, part of the greater international community.


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From one individual to an entire planet filled with human beings, each of us have a role to play. Some of us are airline pilots, teachers, doctors, farmers, builders, and more. Without a variety of people with specialized skills working together, our world would be very different. There would be no advancement of technology, no discovery, and medical and food technologies would not exist as they do today.

 
Cells specialize in specific skills.

There is a similar organization within the bodies of living things. If we could go inside a living thing, the first thing we would see are what we call cells. Cells are like people in the example above. Each one is an individual entity working hard on specialized jobs. Instead of firefighters, cells might be assigned the job of helping digest food, or carrying messages from the brain, or fighting diseases that enter the body. Cells work along side other cells in what we call tissues. This is similar to how individual people work inside a family, in the example above.

Cells work together to create tissues.
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