An organ is defined as a group of tissues that work together to perform a specific function. Examples of an organ include the stomach, brain and liver. More »

A group of tissues that work together to perform one basic function are called organs. When groups of organs work together to perform the same function, they are referred to as an organ system. More »

A group of cells working together to do a job is called tissue. There are several different types of tissue found in the human body, all of which perform different functions. More »

A structure composed of two or more tissues that work together to perform a particular function is called an organ. The liver is the largest as well as the heaviest organ in the human body. Other major organs include the... More »

A group of tissues that work together to perform one basic function are called organs. When groups of organs work together to perform the same function, they are referred to as an organ system. More »

A group of tissues that work together to perform a specific function is called an organ. The human body has many organs, and each has its own specific function. In some cases, groups of organs also work together to serve... More »

A group of organs working together so that they can perform a function more complex than any of the single organs is called an organ system. Each of the 11 organ systems found in the human body contributes in some manner... More »