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In the body of a human or other complex organism, a group of similar cells performing similar functions is called a/an A. organ. B. tissue. C. organ system. D. cell.
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User: In the body of a human or other complex organism, a group of similar cells performing similar functions is called a/an A. organ. B. tissue. C. organ system. D. cell.

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Updated 312 days ago|11/13/2017 7:19:43 AM
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In the body of a human or other complex organism, a group of similar cells performing similar functions is called a tissue.
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