What is tissue? How are tissue cells different from cells of a unicellular organism?

Tissue – a combination of cells and intercellular substance, united by a common origin, structure and functions.
A cell of a unicellular organism is arranged as an independent organism — it contains organelles, each of which has its own function (as in the organism of every living creature). Tissue cells are designed so that they have one or several functions depending on the type of tissue (red blood cells carry oxygen, nerve cells conduct electrical impulses, gland cells produce secretions, etc.) They cannot act independently,

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