What is the primary surface tissue of the entire plant?




Q 1.

Name the cellular elements of Phloem tissue.

Q 2.

Which plant tissue is considered to have played an important role in the survival of terrestrial plants?

Q 3.

Which Phloem cellular element has a tubular structure with perforated walls?

Q 4.

Why are striated muscles called skeletal muscles?

Q 5.

Name the following:
Tissues present in lung alveoli

Q 6.

Name the following:
It provides buoyancy to lotus plant help it float.

Q 7.

Which muscle tissues show characteristics of both striated and unstriated muscles?

Q 8.

Name the chemical released by cork cells?

Q 9.

Where do we find epithelial tissues on animal body?

Q 10.

What is the role of xylem tissue?

Q 11.

Based on functions performed, list the types of animal tissues.

Q 12.

What is the utility of tissues in multi-cellular organisms?

Q 13.

Which tissues are responsible for the axial growth of plants?

Q 14.

List functions of phloem tissue?

Q 15.

Name the following:
Tissues also called erthyrocytes and transport oxygen.

Q 16.

Name the following:
Type of Connective Tissue having matrix made of calcium phosphate

Q 17.

Why vascular tissue is considered a distinctive feature responsible for the survival of plants in terrestrial plants?

Q 18.

What is the common characteristic in different connective tissues?

Q 19.

Fill In the Blanks :
Protective tissues include ______ and _____.

Q 20.

What is the structure and nature of Parenchyma tissue?

Q 21.

Which plant tissues are often called as stone cells?

Q 22.

What are the constituents of connective tissues?

Q 23.

Where do we find cardiac tissues? What are the functions of cardiac tissues?

Q 24.

How are muscles tissues related to nerve cells?

Q 25.

Which tissues are responsible for the secondary growth of plants?

Q 26.

What do you mean by 'Differentiation' in plant tissues?

Q 27.

Why are Xylem and Phloem called as vascular tissues?

Q 28.

What are constituents of blood tissue?

Q 29.

Which connective tissue connects two bones?

Q 30.

Name the fat-storing tissues? Where are they located? How do these tissue help?

Q 31.

What is the unit of nervous tissues?

Q 32.

How long a nerve cell can be?

Q 33.

Name the following:
Tissue that stores fats in our body.

Q 34.

What are the identifying features of collenchyma tissue?

Q 35.

Which tissue primarily attributes to easy bending of various parts of plants (like stem, leaves)?

Q 36.

Which tissue is known as living mechanical tissue?

Q 37.

How are complex tissues different from simple tissues?

Q 38.

Name two types of complex tissues.

Q 39.

What is the shape of simple squamous tissue?

Q 40.

Why type of inter cellular matrix is found in bone tissue? What are its constituents?

Q 41.

What are different types of muscle tissues? Also list which of these are voluntary or involuntary.

Q 42.

How will you identify cardiac muscles cells under a microscope?

Q 43.

What happens in polio disease?

Q 44.

Name types of simple tissues.

Q 45.

What is the primary surface tissue of the entire plant?

Q 46.

List the functions of the epidermis.

Q 47.

What is the shape of cuboidal epithelium? Where do we find these tissues?

Q 48.

Name different types of connective tissues?

Q 49.

List the type of intercellular matrix present in the following connective tissues.
(a) Blood
(b) Lymph
(c) Bone
(d) Cartilage
(e) Tendons
(f) Ligaments
(g) Areolar Tissue
(h) Adipose tissue

Q 50.

Name the constituents of matrix found in cartilage.