The tissues which does not have the ability to divide cells are called Permanent tissues.
They are divided into two: Complex tissues and Simple tissues.
Example for Complex tissues are xylem and Phloem.
Example for Simple tissues are Parenchyma, Chlorenchyma etc.

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Permanent tissue refers to the meristematic tissue that has completed its growth and is not capable of division anymore.