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Choose 2 different systems. (Tissue/Integumentary System; Osseous Tissue/Skeletal System; Muscle Tissue/Muscular System; Nervous Tissue/Central Nervous System).

Describe some of the features of each system.

Then explain how the different systems are inter-related (their dependence to each other).

Assignment is to be 2 pages, double spaced, font 12. Be as specific as you can regarding the features of each systems and how they are inter-related with each other.

cite your sources. page 3 will be your works cited page.

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April 24, 2018
Muscle and Nervous Tissue
The human anatomy is made up of an array of tissues, all of which function to ensure the
ease in the performance of different body functions. While the nervous tissue is responsible for
sensory and response functions, the muscle tissue is responsible for movement in the various parts
of the human anatomy. Consequently, these two tissues work in tandem to ensure that man
achieves the various physiological needs, without which the body function would be significantly
affected. The two types of tissues are further divisible into different types based on the functions
and locations of each. However, it is worth noting that the ...

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