CONTENTS:- Vol.1: 1. Introduction. 2. Concept and perception. 3. Chemical aspects. 4. Role of walls. 5. Role of organelles. 6. Cell division. 7. Adhesive character. 8. Demise of cell. Vol.2: 1. Tissues and cells. 2. Variety of tissues. 3. Role of membrane. 4. Structure of membrane. 5. Shifting membrane. 6. Significance of membrane. 7. Role of cell nucleus. 8. Plant cells. 9. Tissue alterations. Vol.3: 1. Gene conversion. 2. Genes synthesised. 3. Role of micromolecules. 4. Process of metabolism. 5. Various metabolisms. 6. The ultrastructure. 7. Role of protein. 8. Locating genes. 9. The gametes. 10. Bacteria and tissues. 11. Product of genes. 12. Code of genes.
Tissue is the most significant constituent of body. In fact, it is made up of cells, which is the smallest unit of the body. These are of various kinds with diffent functions. For instance, blood cells, bone cell,s cells of the muscles, etc. In common parlance, cells constitute bones, flesha nd the blood. Then, the cells of a particular part may be of different sorts. Blood cells are of two kinds; red cells and white cells. While red cells provide oxygen to the body, white cells defend it from the external attack of bacteria. Tissues are, similarly, of different shapes, sizes and of various characteristics. Some are hard; some, soft; some circular; some, cylindrical and so on. Present work is based on meticulous efforts and well-researched facs. It covers a spectrum of tissues and offers an excellent read.