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The five levels of organization in a multicellular organism are cells, tissues, organs, organ systems and organisms. The level of complexity and functionality increases going from cells to organisms.What is the lowest level of organization?
Generally, the ecosystem is the lowest level of organization that is considered to include nonliving (abiotic) factors. So that would mean that ecosystems, biomes, and the biosphere include abiotic factors. The traditional levels of organization are as follows: Biosphere. Biome. Ecosystem. Community.Which level of organization includes all of the other levels?
The highest level of organization for living things is the biosphere; it encompasses all other levels. The biological levels of organization of living things arranged from the simplest to most complex are: organelle, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms, populations, communities, ecosystem, and biosphere.