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CLASS: IX :: Tissues

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CLASS: IX NCERT (CBSE)
BIOLOGY
Tissues

Question (1): Which are the two types of tissues?
1. Meristematic and permanent
2. Meristematic and temporary
3. Meristems and temporary
4. None of the above
Ans: 1
Question (2): Parenchyma is a type of ______________.

1. complex tissue
2. simple tissue
3. xylem
4. phloem
Ans: 2
Question (3): Parenchyma: Simple::Phloem: _____________.

1. Simple
2. Collenchyma
3. Complex
4. Xylem
Ans: 3
Question (4): Transpiration and exchange of gases are functions of __________.

1. stomata
2. xylem
3. both (a) and (b)
4. neither (a) nor (b)
Ans: 1
Question (5): Which are the four types of animal tissues?

1. Epithelial, Squamous, Muscular, Connective
2. Epithelial, connective, Muscular, Cardiac
3. Connective, Muscular, Epithilial, Nervous
4. Cuboidal, Ciliated, Glandular, Columnar
Ans: 3
Question (6): Cuboidal: Epithilial:: Cardiac: _______

1. Nervous
2. Connective
3. Epithilial
4. Muscular
Ans: 4
Question (7): Striated muscle is also called ______.
1. cardiac muscle
2. smooth muscle
3. skeletal muscle
4. involuntary muscle
Ans: 3
Question (8): A cell body which contains a nucleus and cytoplasm is ____________.
1. blood
2. cartilage
3. tendon
4. neuron
Ans: 4
Question (9): _____________ tissue forms new cells in plants.
1. Meristematic
2. Permanent
3. Simple
4. None of the above
Ans: 1
Question (10): ______ tissues prevent loss of water in plants.
1. Protective
2. Xylem
3. Phloem
4. All of the above
Ans: 1
Question (11): A group of cells alike in form, function and origin are called _________.
1. tissue
2. organ
3. organelle
4. none of these
Ans: 1
Question (12): Plant length is increased by _______________.
1. apical meristems
2. lateral meristems
3. periblem
4. parenchyma
Ans: 1
Question (13): The cell division is restricted to ___________.
1. meristematic cells
2. permanent cells
3. secretory cells
4. all the above
Ans: 1
Question (14): Active division takes place in the cells of ________________.

1. xylem
2. phloem
3. sclerenchyma
4. cambium
Ans: 4
Question (15): Collenchyma mainly forms _________________.

1. hypodermis
2. epidermis
3. phloem
4. inner cortex
Ans: 1
Question (16): Which of the following tissues is composed of mainly dead cells?

1. Phloem
2. Epidermis
3. Xylem
4. Endodermis
Ans: 3
Question (17): Phloem in the plants perform the function of ______________.

1. conduction of food
2. conduction of water
3. providing support
4. photosynthesis
Ans: 1
Question (18): Ciliated epithelium is found in ________________.

1. tongue
2. oesophagus
3. trachea
4. uterus
Ans: 3
Question (19): Which type of tissue forms glands?

1. Epithelial
2. Connective
3. Nervous
4. Muscle
Ans: 1
Question (20): The end of a long bone is connected to another bone by ____________.

1. ligament

2. tendon
3. cartilage
4. muscle
Ans: 1
Question (21): Ligaments and tendons are formed of _________________.

1. epithelial tissue
2. muscular tissue
3. cartilage
4. connective tissue
Ans: 4
Question (22): Fluid part of blood after removal of corpuscles is ______________.

1. plasma
2. lymph
3. serum
4. vaccine
Ans: 1
Question (23): Sprain is caused by excessive pulling of _______________.

1. nerves
2. tendons
3. muscles
4. ligaments
Ans: 4
Question (24): Tendon is a structure which connects ______________.
1. a bone with another bone
2. a muscle with a bone
3. a nerve with a muscle
4. a muscle with a muscle
Ans: 2
Question (25): Smooth muscles occur in _________________.
1. uterus
2. artery
3. vein
4. all the above
Ans: 4

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