Tissues of the human body

United States, 1963

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Compares the life processes of the one-celled organism with the human body. Uses animation to illustrate the variety of cell specialisation in humans. Presents in detail the organisation of the more important kinds of tissue; protective and secretive epithelium; connective tissues in skin, in tendon, and in bone; blood considered as a tissue; muscle tissue; and nerve tissue.

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