Cells, Tissues, Organs and Systems

07 Feb Cells, Tissues, Organs and Systems

Science needs to be learned with fun and curiosity. Science is a dynamic subject and has a lot of things in it to offer. But as much as fun it sounds, the primitive teaching models used by various schools and institutions is sufficient to take out all the fun and make the subject bland. If you have been looking for innovative and fun-filled chemistry tuition in Singapore then Miracle Learning Centre is your one-stop for all the choices.

The cell is the simplest unit of life and they are responsible for keeping an organism alive and functioning. All living things are made from one or more cells.

Science tuition class in Miracle Learning Centre is fun and enriching. You will learn about the different aspects of Science and how to learn study skills too. If you do not like or understand science, you must definitely attend the science tuition class at Miracle Learning Centre to arouse and reignite your interest. Let us learn about the cells, tissues, organ and system in this science tuition lesson.

In the human body, there are about twenty different types of cells. Each type has a different shape and size to perform various functions. For example, the nerve cells are designed to carry messages; the red blood cells are to carry oxygen around the body.

Cells of the same type are usually arranged in groups or layers to form tissues. Tissues are able to do work at a faster rate. For example, the muscle tissues are in the limbs and walls of certain organs. They are made up of a bundle of muscle cells and contracts to allow body movement. There are also tissues in plants like the photosynthetic tissue. It is the green part of a plant, cells with chlorophyll and makes food for the plant.

Furthermore, different tissues work together to form an organ, which carries out one or more bodily functions. For example, the stomach in an animal is made up of epithelial, muscle and connective tissues and break down food. The leaf of a plant is made up of vascular, photosynthetic, epidermal tissues which are used for food-making. When several organs are linked together, they form a body system which performs a particular function. For example digestive and nervous system in humans and transport system in plants.

Miracle Learning Centre would like to bring you more facts on science tuition concepts and experiments. We hope you have understood this science tuition lesson. Science tuition lessons are created to help students excel and we believe “You are a MIRACLE!” and you can do it too.

We at Miracle Learning Centre want all our students to have fun while learning. But there can be no learning without fun, because of that we have brought some of the best science teachers of Singapore along with us and introduced secondary science tuition, primary science tuition to help students achieve success with fewer efforts.

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