Blood clots can be referred to as clumps of blood that has transformed from a liquid state to a gel-like state or semisolid state. The end product of the process of bleeding termination (hemostasis) is blood clots. They are caused due to platelets' accumulation.
Blood clots usually occur on the injury of a patient when the blood vessel has been impaired; the blood platelets become sticky and then accumulate around the injury area. There are two major types of blood clots, which are thrombus and embolus. On the other hand, tissues are formed in multi-cellular organisms due to the structural and functional interconnection of cells.
Tissue can be said to be a group of cells with the same structure, similar origin, and carry out the same function in a particular living organism. Also, different tissues with a specific structure and function come together to form an organ (such as lungs, heart, kidneys, stomach, etc.) in the body.
A blood clot is known to be a clump of blood that can be found in various parts of the body. This usually signifies that bleeding is about to stop. A blood clot may form when there are different platelets that form together. It is important for blood to clot because this will ensure that a person that bleeds will have the ability to survive.
The tissue is known to be made out of different cells. Tissues usually come with similar cells and will have similar origins to ensure that the living organism will be able to function normally. If there are some abnormal cells that are available, there is a higher chance that the tissues will also get infected in the process.