Ch – 6 Tissues (Part 1)

Q.1: The tissues which have the ability to enlarge, stretch and divide into other types of cells are known as ___________ tissues. a) permanent b) meristematic c) both Q.2: A group of cells that are similar in structure and/or work together to achieve a particular function forms a _____________. a) tissue b) organ c) muscleContinue reading “Ch – 6 Tissues (Part 1)”

Ch – 5 The Fundamental Unit Of Life (Part 3)

Q.1: Ribosomes are the sites of _______________ manufacture. a) proteins b) carbohydrates c) vitamins Q.2: Why does rough endoplasmic membrane looks rough under the microscope ? a) Because it has a network system. b) Because it has ribosomes attached to it. c) None Q.3: The SER helps in the manufacture of fat molecules and someContinue reading “Ch – 5 The Fundamental Unit Of Life (Part 3)”

Ch – 5 The Fundamental Unit Of Life (Part 2)

Q.1: _____________ is a movement of a substance from a higher concentration region to a lower concentration region. a) osmosis b) diffusion c) none Q.2: ____________ plays an important role in exchange of gases and water in the life of a cell. a) osmosis b) diffusion c) none Q.3: The process in which the cellContinue reading “Ch – 5 The Fundamental Unit Of Life (Part 2)”

Ch – 5 The Fundamental Unit Of Life (Part 1)

Q.1: In Latin, Cell means ‘__________’. a) a plant b) a little room c) a bag Q.2: Cells were first discovered by Robert Hooke in ________. a) 1665 b) 1650 c) 1645 Q.3: In 1831, ____________ discovered the nucleus in the cell. a) Robert Hooke b) Robert Brown c) Purkinje Q.4: ______________ is commonly knownContinue reading “Ch – 5 The Fundamental Unit Of Life (Part 1)”