tissue

A group of cells with a specific function in the body of an organism. Lung tissue, vascular tissues, and muscle tissue are all kinds of tissues found in some animals. Tissues are usually composed of nearly identical cells, and are often organized into larger units called organs.
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tissue

A group of cells of similar structure which performs a special function.
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Tissue

A group of cells of similar structure which performs a special function.
A collection of cells which compose a defined region of the anatomy of a plant or animal.
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tissue

(Life processes and cells) Group of cells of the same type doing a particular job, eg the blood (a liquid tissue)
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tissue

[Noun] Lots of similar cells that form the body of an animal or plant.
Example: When she was burned in a house fire she had to get a graft of skin tissue.
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tissue

[n] - a soft thin (usually translucent) paper 2. [n] - a part of an organism consisting of an aggregate of cells having a similar structure and function
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Tissue

Body tissue is made up of groups of cells that perform a specific job, such as protecting the body against infection, producing movement or storing fat.  
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Tissue

Tissue: A tissue in medicine is not like a piece of tissue paper. It is a broad term that is applied to any group of cells that perform specific functions. A tissue in medicine need not form a layer. Thus, The bone marrow is a tissue; Connective tissue consists of cells that make up fibers in the framework supporting other body tissues; and Lymphoi
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Tissue

An aggregation of similar cells in the body, e.g. a muscle.
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tissue

Group of cells, often of mixed types and usually held together by extracellular matrix, that perform a particular function. Thus, tissues represent a level of organization between that of cells and of organs (which may be composed of several different tissues). Sometimes used in a more general sense - for example epithelial tissue, where the common
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Tissue

Tis'sue noun [ French tissu , from tissu , past participle of tisser , tistre , to weave, from Latin texere . See Text .] 1. A woven fabric. 2. A fine transparent silk stuff, used for veils, etc.; specifically, cloth interwoven with gold or
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Tissue

Tis'sue transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tissued ; present participle & verbal noun Tissuing .] To form tissue of; to interweave. « Covered with cloth of gold tissued upon blue.» Bacon.
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tissue

A group of similar cells united to perform a specific function. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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tissue

noun part of an organism consisting of an aggregate of cells having a similar structure and function
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tissue

noun a soft thin (usually translucent) paper
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tissue

(tish´oo) a group or layer of similarly specialized cells that together perform certain special functions.
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Tissue

• (n.) Fig.: Web; texture; complicated fabrication; connected series; as, a tissue of forgeries, or of falsehood. • (n.) One of the elementary materials or fibres, having a uniform structure and a specialized function, of which ordinary animals and plants are composed; a texture; as, epithelial tissue; connective tissue. • (n.) A wov
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tissue

in physiology, a level of organization in multicellular organisms; it consists of a group of structurally and functionally similar cells and their ... [33 related articles]
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tissue

tissue 1. A piece of soft absorbent paper that can be used as a handkerchief or a towel. 2. Organic body material in animals and plants made up of large numbers of cells that are similar in form and function and their related intercellular substances. 3. A collection of similar cells and the intercellular substances surrounding them. There are f
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Tissue

A group of similar cells that are organized into a structure with a specific purpose.
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tissue

A group of cells with a specific function in the body of an organism. Lung tissue, vascular tissues, and muscle tissue are all kinds of tissues found in some animals. Tissues are usually composed of nearly identical cells, and are often organized into larger units called organs.
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Tissue

Thin, translucent paper used for overlays.
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tissue

tissue, in biology, aggregation of cells that are similar in form and function and the intercellular substances produced by them. The fundamental tissues in animals are epithelial, nerve, connective, and muscle tissue; blood and lymph are commonly classed separately as vascular tissue. In the higher...
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Tissue

A group of cells of the same type, such as a muscle.
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Tissue

In biology, the term tissue is used for the substance of which the various parts of animal and plant bodies are composed. Thus, the substance of flesh or meat is known as muscular tissue, the substance of the brain and nerves is nerve tissue, that of bones is osseous tissue, that of the kidneys is renal tissue, that of glands in general is glandula
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