Organs and tissues work together to keep cells, tissues, and other system parts alive. Tissues and organelles are found in all multicellular organisms.
What is Organs?
An organ is a collection of organs that perform different functions. This organ is large and forms part of the body. The group of parts together form the structures of the organs.
Organs are a large part of an organism. In general, there are about 78 organs in the human body and these include the brain, heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, the five most important organs for the existence of life.
What is Organelle?
An organelle is a small specialized structure located inside cells that carries out a specific biological process. Organelles are microscopic and collectively make up cells. They are the building blocks of all unicellular organisms, including amoebae, bacteria, fungi and protists.
Differentiate Between Organs and Organelles
|Organs are part of the body.
|Organelles are part of the cells.
|Found in multicellular organisms
|Found in all eukaryotic organisms
|Organs collectively form organ systems
|Organelles contribute to form a cell.
|Performs specific life processes in the body.
|Performs a specific process within the cell.
|They are macroscopic in structure.
|They are microscopic in structure.
|Brain, Heart and Lungs are a few examples of organs.
|Mitochondria, Nucleus and Golgi apparatus are a few examples of organelles.