Form 1:
The Cell

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An organ is a group of specialized tissues that are grouped together to perform a common function.

Organs in animals include:

a) Heart- composed of connective, muscle, epithelial and blood tissues.

b) Kidney- Composed of connective, epithelial and muscle tissues.

c) Brain- Composed of epithelial and connective tissues.

d) Lungs- Composed of epithelial and connective tissues.

Organs in plants include:

a) Roots- composed of epidermal, conducting and parenchyma tissues.

b) Flowers- This is composed of epidermal, conducting tissues.

c) Stem- Composed of conducting, parenchyma and epidermal tissues and palisade tissues in some cases.

d) Leaves- Composed of palisade, conducting and epidermal tissues.

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