How does plant tissue,animal tissueand human tissue differ from each other?
1) they've a stationary phase.
2) they do not require lot of energy
3) they have more dead cells as it produces mechanical energy
4) they are able to make their own food
5) they are of 2 types - meristematic and permanent tissue
1) they've locamative phase
2) they require a lot of energy
3) they have more living cells.
4) they cannot make their own food and depend on other organism
5) they are of 4 types - epithelial , connective , muscular and nervous tissue
All living organisms are made up of cells. A group of cells that work together performing a function are called tissues. For both plants and animals, tissues are a group of cells working together. These tissues vary in their structure, function, and origin.
Animals have four tissue types: epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous. Epithelial tissue covers the surface of all internal and external organs. Muscle tissue forms the three types of muscles: skeletal, cardiac, and smooth. They help in movement by contracting and relaxing. Connective tissue connects the different tissues, organs, and parts of the body. Examples include fat, blood, bone, and cartilage. Nervous tissue is made up of nerve cells. They conduct and transmit electrical impulses.
Plant tissue is divided into two groups: meristematic tissue and permanent tissue. Meristematic tissue includes cells with the capability to divide. This allows the cells to enlarge and then increase the length and width of the stem, roots, and leaves. Permanent tissue is a derivative of meristematic tissue. It aids in the function of the conduction of substances and storage of food. From these groups three tissue types are formed: ground, dermal, and vascular. Vascular tissue includes xylem and phloem. The dermal tissue includes the epidermis.