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What is the difference between Tissues and Organs?

Asked by E. Reyes, Last updated: May 28, 2020

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J. Harty

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J. Harty, Writer, M.A, Chula Vista

Answered Mar 30, 2020

The part of science that handles the human body and its structure is referred to as anatomy. Anatomy is the subject to best explain the inner working of our organs and tissues. An organ is a portion of your body that performs a particular task, such as the heart, brain, lungs, or skin.

A tissue is a cellular structural part between cells and complete organs. Some critical differences between tissues and organs include since an organ is made up of groups of similar tissues; therefore, an organ is longer than tissues.

In addition, an organ can perform a plethora of jobs and functions, while tissues can only perform easier tasks. Also, the fact that an organ is larger than a tissue demonstrates that it requires more energy or ATP to perform tasks. Finally, organs are far more recognizable over tissues.

 

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