histo-, hist-, histi- +

(Greek: tissue [web]; beam or warp of a loom; hence, that which is woven; a web or tissue; used in the sense of pertaining to [body] tissue)

Living in the tissues outside of a cell body; denoting certain parasitic protozoa.
1. The application of immunologic techniques to the chemical analysis of cells and tissues.
2. Microscopic localization of specific antigens in tissues by staining with antibodies labeled with fluorescent or pigmented material.
The disappearance, or loss, of stored fat from body tissue.
The microscopic anatomy of the nervous system.
normal histology (s) (noun), normal histologies (pl)
The study of body tissues and cells using microscopic techniques: As an undergraduate science student, Karin enjoyed her classes in normal histology and decided to pursue a medical degree.

The evolution of electronic microscopes enabled scientists of normal histology to better understand and compare healthy tissues and diseased tissues.

topographic histology
The study of cell and tissue specialization according to the anatomic site in which they occur.