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Tissue means a group of connected cells in an animal or plant that are similar to each other, have the same purpose and form the stated part of the animal or plant.

Stated meas named, right?

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LiJ
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That's a good guess, LiJ .
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Yes. For example, "brain tissue" would be a group of connected cells in the brain that are similar to each other, and have the same purpose and form.
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