Structural Organization In Animals

Q.1: Match the following: Types Of Simple Epithelium Tissues Found In 1. Squamous Epithelium i. Lining of stomach and intestine 2. Cuboidal Epithelium ii. Inner surface of bronchioles and fallopian tubes 3. Columnar Epithelium iii. Ducts of glands and tubular parts of nephrons 4. Ciliated Epithelium iv. Walls of blood vessels and air sacs ofContinue reading “Structural Organization In Animals”

Animal Tissues

Based on their functions, animal tissues can be classified as: Epithelial Tissue Connective Tissue Muscular Tissue Nervous Tissue Epithelial Tissues:

Plant Tissues

Plant Tissues are stationary or fixed and most of them are dead. Dead cells provide mechanical strength and needs less maintenance. Some plant tissues divide through out the life while others not. So based on their dividing capacity, plant tissues are classified into: Meristematic Tissues and Permanent Tissues. Meristematic Tissues: The dividing tissues are knownContinue reading “Plant Tissues”

Ch – 6 Tissues (Part 3)

Q.1: ____________ is a solid matrix composed of proteins and sugars. a) Bones b) Plasma c) Cartilage Q.2: Fats are stored in ____________ tissue. a) Adipose b) Adipocyte c) Areolar Q.3: Muscles contain special proteins known as ____________, which contract and relax to cause movement. a) contractile b) myoglobin c) collagen Q.4: The cells havingContinue reading “Ch – 6 Tissues (Part 3)”

Ch – 6 Tissues (Part 2)

Q.1: ____________ issue is present in stems, around vascular bundles, in the veins of leaves and in the hard covering of seeds and nuts. a) Collenchyma b) Aerenchyma c) Sclerenchyma Q.2: The tissues which are made of one type of cells are called ___________________. a) simple permanent tissue b) complex permanent tissue c) none Q.3:Continue reading “Ch – 6 Tissues (Part 2)”