Adipose Tissue

 Adipose tissue, or fat, is AN anatomical term for loose animal tissue composed of adipocytes. Its main role is to store energy within the sort of fat, though it additionally cushions and insulates the body. Adipose tissue is often called body fat. it's found everywhere the body. It are often found below the skin (subcutaneous fat), packed around internal organs (visceral fat), between muscles, at intervals bone marrow and in breast tissue Adipose tissue helps to store energy within the sort of fat, cushion internal organs, and insulate the body. There ar 3 kinds of fat tissue: white, brown, and beige fat. White fat stores energy and helps to insulate the body. Brown and beige animal tissue burn energy and generate heat The fat keep in animal tissue comes from dietary fats or is created within the body. internal secretion signalling  

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