tissue


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Related to tissue: connective tissue, epithelial tissue
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Synonyms for tissue

an interwoven or interrelated number of things

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Synonyms for tissue

part of an organism consisting of an aggregate of cells having a similar structure and function

create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton

References in classic literature ?
We have seen that they are subject to mnenic causation, and that mnenic causation may be reducible to ordinary physical causation in nervous tissue.
It is probable, though not certain, that mnemic causation is derivative from ordinary physical causation in nervous (and other) tissue.
I was a sick child, and, despite the terrible strain on my heart and tissues, I continually relapsed into the madness of delirium.
Global market for Tissue Engineering, estimated at US$23 billion in 2015, forecast to reach US$27.
The rapidly increasing incidence of cancer is the most important growth driver for the tissue diagnostics market in the forecast period from 2013 to 2018.
For a fee, the funeral director gave a New Jersey tissue procurement agency access to Cooke's remains.
Donning a lab apron, gloves, and safety goggles, Julie Feinstein stands next to one of seven freezers located in the American Museum of Natural History's Frozen Tissue Lab.
This approach, though effective in the treatment of breast cancer, can often result in significant skin damage and tissue loss.
Rising living standards are spurring major growth for tissue products in developing areas, such as Asia and Europe, while tissue manufacturers seek growth in developed regions with value-added products.
In a first for tissue engineering, scientists have created slivers of muscle that produce their own network of blood vessels.
To open a new mill in these circumstances might seem to be a contrarian maneuver, but the leaders of SCA Tissue North America say there are sound reasons why they opened a new $240 million recycled fiber tissue mill in Barton, Ala.
Innovative new techniques to resect tonsillar tissue have been described in the recent literature.
National Institutes of Health need tissue from persons with HIV for medical research.
There has been concern that this escaped silicone might cause harmful effects, including connective tissue and related disorders and cancer.
Unfortunately science does have its reasons, but none of them is good enough to justify what will amount to the harvesting of body parts now that electively aborted fetal tissue can be used for transplants.