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In the organisation of multicellular organisms, what are the lower levels of organisation?
The lower levels of organisation in multicellular organism are cells, tissues and organs. Cell are the smallest unit of life that carry out all the functions of living beings. Group of cells of the same type together form tissue that perform specific function in the organism. Several types of tissue form organ which carry out particular functions. Organ system and finally organism are the levels followed after these 3 lower levels.
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