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Six facts about cells

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  • Cells contain structures called organelles that carry out functions for the cell.

  • Groups of cells of the same type are called tissues.

  • Tissues are grouped together into organs that carry out functions for the whole organism.

  • Cells develop special features related to their function, in a process called differentiation.

The permanent changes to a cell's structure as it becomes specialised to carry out a specific function.