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Cell Diversity

Tissue A group of cells working together
Plant Tissues Dermal, ground, vascular, meristematic
Dermal Tissue For protection
Vascular Tissue To transport materials around the plant- xylem and phloem
Xylem Transports water around the plant
Phloem Transports food around the plant
Animal Tissues Epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous
Epithelial Tissue Covers the internal and external surfaces of the body
Muscular Tissue Can contract and is found in muscles and organs
Connective Tissue Joins and supports other body structures
Nervous Tissue Carries electrical impulses to and from the brain and spinal cord
Tissue Culture The growth of cells on a sterile nutrient medium outside the body
In Vitro Outside the body
In Vivo Inside the body
Micropropagation The growth of large numbers of plants from very small plant pieces
Benefits of Micropropagation Quick, cheap, plants are identical
Uses of Micropropagation in Humans Cancer research, skin graphs
Organs A group of tissues working together
Plant Organs Epidermis, vascular bundles,palisade and spongy mesophyll cells
Organ System A group of organs working together eg. circulatory system, digestive system
Created by: klonican33