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When specialized cells are grouped together to form a common function, what they are called? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. an organism B. an ecosystem C. a community D. tissue
When specialized cells are grouped together to form a common function, they are called tissue.
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When specialized cells are grouped together to form a common function, they are called tissue.
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