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Organisms are relatively complex user interface components consisting of groups of molecules and/or atoms, and/or other organisms. These organisms form separate parts of the interface.
For example, the OroCommerce Storefront has a header, which consists of molecules and atoms:
Login links, contact information (atoms)
Search field (a molecule containing an atom of the input field and search icon)
Navigation menu (a molecule consisting of menu items-atoms), etc.
The organism is a self-contained, isolated interface element that can exist independently.