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10. Cells with similar structures and functions work together to form A. systems. B. organs. C. organisms. D. tissues
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User: 10. Cells with similar structures and functions work together to form A. systems. B. organs. C. organisms. D. tissues





Weegy: Cells with similar structures and functions work together to form: D. tissues.
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User: 11. In vitro fertilization takes place in A. a laboratory. B. a surrogate mother. C. the vagina. D. the uterus

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