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texture

 [teks´chur]
the structure or constitution of tissues. adj., adj tex´tural.

tex·ture

(teks'chūr),
The composition or structure of a tissue or organ.
[L. textura, fr. texo, pp. textus, to weave]

tex·ture

(teks'chŭr)
The composition or structure of a tissue or organ.
[L. textura, fr. texo, pp. textus, to weave]

texture

the structure or constitution of tissues.
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