what is the difference between an organ and an organelle

Asked by anjanatudu08 | 19th Apr, 2021, 09:33: AM

Expert Answer:

Differences between organ and organelle:



Organs are present in the entire body.

Organelles are present inside the cell.

They are large in size.

They are microscopic.

They perform functions for the entire body.

They perform functions for the cell itself.

Examples: Stomach, Kidney.

Examples: Mitochondria, Nucleus.

Answered by Ramandeep | 19th Apr, 2021, 06:00: PM

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