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chapter 5 human pers


differentiation the process by which unspecialised cells develop special characteristics to suit particular function
tissues a group of cells that are similar in structure and function
organs a structure made up of different types of tissue working together
organism a living thing, with different body systems all intergrated
system a group of organs that work together for a common function
epithelium tissue that forms the outer part of the skin and lines hollow organs and ducts; a covering tissue
connective tissue tissue providing support for body organs
matrix non-cellular material between the cells of a tissue
skeletal muscle muscles attached to bones, under voluntary control
involuntary muscle muscle that is not under our conscious control; found in walls of internal organs
cardiac muscle muscle that forms the wall of the heart
nervous tisssue tissue made up of nerve cells
organ systems group of organs working together to carry out a particular task
Created by: keavyh1