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TISSUES
During the development of a multicellular organism, cells differentiate
so that they can carry out different functions. Differentiation is the
process by which a cell becomes a specialised type of cell.
A tissue is a group of specialised cells that have a similar structure and
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TYPES OF TISSUES AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
Muscular Tissue ­ Contracts, bringing about movement.
Glandular Tissue ­ Produces substances such as enzymes and
hormones.
Epithelial Tissue ­ Covers some parts of the body…read more

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BRAIN
Contains a sensitive centre called the hypothalamus, which controls the
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THYROID GLAND
Produces thyroxine, which controls the rate of metabolism…read more

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