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How do neurons form nervous tissue?

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How do neurons form nervous tissue?

From Cells to Tissue:

Cells are the basic units of life, and in complex, multicellular organisms they assemble into groups called tissue. Tissues assemble into organs, which do specific jobs in the body. Sometimes, multiple organs can work together in an organ system, such as the digestive system, cardiovascular system, or the nervous system.

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Neurons are the individual cells of the nervous system. When multiple neurons work together with additional cells of the nervous system, such as...

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