Which is the correct order of structure from smallest to largest?
The correct order of the cell cycle is G1, S, G2, M and possible exit into G0. During gap 1, or G1, the cell is growing and does its job in the body….
Chromosomes — the 46 tightly-wrapped packages of genetic material in our cells — are iconically depicted as X-shaped formations.
What is the correct order of structure found in the human body?
The only thing you can say is that organs and tissues are made of many cells, so they tend to be bigger than cells. Nuclei are smaller than most eukaryotic cells, but bigger than some prokaryotic cells. Chromosomes tend to be smaller than cells or nuclei, and genes are parts of chromosomes.
The order of these structures from smallest to largest is cells, tissues, organs, organ systems.