What is the function of muscle tissue?
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is a unique characteristic of muscle tissue. Muscle fibers within muscle cells can shorten, which is how muscles cause the movement.
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A muscle tissue is a part of the body which functions for movement of a body part. The movement is done by the muscle cells which are joined together forming sheets and fibers that act as one.
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