CELL: the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism, typically microscopic and consisting of cytoplasm and a nucleus enclosed in a membrane.
MUSCLE: produce force and motion.
NERVE: stimulates other cells to communicate
BONE: maintains bones and changes the characteristics of bones
CARTILAGE: provides flexible support,
serves as sliding area of joints,
essential for the development and growth of long bones
SECRETORY: releases chemicals from cell
EPITHELIAL:secretion, selective absorption, protection, transcellular transport and detection of sensation.
ADIPOSE: acts as a fuel tank for the storage of lipids and triglycerides.
BLOOD: red-transports oxygen. white-fight infection and intruders
RESPIRATORY: brings oxygen to your lungs and sends carbon dioxide out
DIGESTIVE: breaks down food into nutrients
CIRCULATORY: bring oxygen from you lungs to the rest of your body using blood.
1.plant cells have an organelle called chloroplast, animal cells do not.
2.animal cells are flexible, plant cells are bigger and have a rigid cell wall