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Some of the properties of tissues are not the constituents of its cells. Give three examples to support your answer.

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Ans: It is true that not all the properties of the tissues are the constituents of the cells that they are made up of. The following statements show why this is true: 

  • The muscle tissue can contract and relax, but the cells that it is made up of, might not be capable of carrying out such actions.

  • The bones and the cartilage together form the skeletal system. The bone is hard, and the cartilage is soft. The bone is also lightweight, but the skeletal system has different properties as compared to its constituents.

  • The WBCs that are one of the constituents of blood does not have the capability of carrying oxygen, whereas the blood carries the oxygen.

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