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How cells have differentiated to become
this tissue? ( Muscular tissue, Connective tissue, Epithelial tissue, Nervous tissue)
i need to answer that for those four tissue's. anyone have any helpful links?
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How cells have differentiated to become
this tissue? ( Muscular tissue, Connective tissue, Epithelial tissue, Nervous tissue)
i need to answer that for those four tissue's. anyone have any helpful links?
Have u tried looking on the internet?
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Have u tried looking on the internet?
sort of, can't find anything. still looking
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How cells have differentiated to become
this tissue? ( Muscular tissue, Connective tissue, Epithelial tissue, Nervous tissue)
i need to answer that for those four tissue's. anyone have any helpful links?
All cells are the same at the beginning and they become specialised for their function when they express the relevant genetic information, which is the process of cell differentiation. I think, I dropped AS biology lol.
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sort of, can't find anything. still looking
https://alevelnotes.com/Cell-Special...ganisation/150
http://www.studyread.com/types-of-tissues

Look at this it may be of help to u?
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All cells are the same at the beginning and they become specialised for their function when they express the relevant genetic information, which is the process of cell differentiation. I think, I dropped AS biology lol.
lol, i'm doing btec applied
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How cells have differentiated to become
this tissue? ( Muscular tissue, Connective tissue, Epithelial tissue, Nervous tissue)
i need to answer that for those four tissue's. anyone have any helpful links?
Each cell starts off as a stem cell- an undifferentiated cell that has the ability to become specialised. A tissue is a collection of differentiated cells that perform one function.
To answer this question, list and give features of cells associated with each type of tissue, ie epithelial=goblet/ciliated nervous=neurone/schwann cells.
Hope this helps you get started :-)
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