Tissue

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A tissue is a cluster of [[cells|cells]] that all have the same function, but can be made up of differnent types of cell, a tissue is then usually part of an [[organ|organ]].  
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A tissue is a cluster of [[Cells|cells]] that all have the same function, but can be made up of differnent types of cell, a tissue is then usually part of an [[Organ|organ]].  
  
There are four main categories of tissues; [[epithelial|epithelial]], [[muscle|muscle]], [[nerve tissue|nerve]] and [[connective tissue|connective tissue]]. With connective tissue including [[blood|blood]], [[cartilidge|cartilidge]], [[bone|bone]], [[ligaments|ligaments]] and [[tendons|tendons]]&nbsp;<ref name="Parker 2009">The Concise Human Body Book, S.Parker, 2009 Dorling Kingsley, London, p36-7</ref>.
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There are four main categories of tissues; [[Epithelial|epithelial]], [[Muscle|muscle]], [[Nerve tissue|nerve]] and [[Connective tissue|connective tissue]]. With connective tissue including [[Blood|blood]], [[Cartilidge|cartilage]], [[Bone|bone]], [[Ligaments|ligaments]] and [[Tendons|tendons]]&nbsp;<ref name="Parker 2009">The Concise Human Body Book, S.Parker, 2009 Dorling Kingsley, London, p36-7</ref>.  
  
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Revision as of 13:13, 25 October 2012

A tissue is a cluster of cells that all have the same function, but can be made up of differnent types of cell, a tissue is then usually part of an organ.

There are four main categories of tissues; epithelial, muscle, nerve and connective tissue. With connective tissue including blood, cartilage, bone, ligaments and tendons [1].

References

  1. The Concise Human Body Book, S.Parker, 2009 Dorling Kingsley, London, p36-7
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