Tissue Revision Questions

VERY SHORT ANSWER TYPE QUESTIONS (1 Mark)

  1. The tissue derived directly from the meristem of embryo is called as……………. .
  2. A group of cells with similar structure organized to do a common function  is called as……………. .
  3. Which plant tissue remains in active metabolic state always ?
  4. Sieve tubes and companion cells are found in…………….tissue. (Xylem/phloem/collenchyma)
  5. Long, narrow, dead cells having a thick deposition of lignin in the cell  wall are called…………….cells (Parenchyma/cambium/sclerenchyma)
  6. Which tissue is responsible for transport of water in plants ?
  7. The special property of muscle fibres to contract forcefully and return to  relaxed state is called……………. . (excitability/contractibility/flexibility)
  8. A branch of science dealing with the study of bones is called…………(Ornithology/physiology/osteology)
  9. The fluid matrix of blood is called……………. . (plasma/lymph/serum)
  10. Spindle-shaped, non-striated, involuntary muscle fibres present in hollow  internal organs like urinary bladder are called……………. (smooth muscle  fibres/striated muscle fibres/cardiac muscle fibres)
  11. The brain and the spinal cord are made up of……………. . (nephrons/erythrocytes/neurons)
  12. The small, branched processes of a nerve cell are called……………. . (dendrites/axons/neurons)

SHORT ANSWER TYPE QUESTIONS (2 Marks)

  1. Define tissue.
  2. What do you mean by division of labour ?
  3. Name the different elements of xylem and phloem.
  4. In hydrophytes xylem is less developed. Why ?
  5. Write the composition of mammalian blood.
  6. What is the function of nervous tissue ?
  7. State the main features of muscular tissue.

LONG ANSWER TYPE QUESTIONS (5 Marks)

  1. What is tissue ? Explain meristematic plant tissue.
  2. Mention the role of parenchyma, collenchymas and sclerenchyma.
  3. Give summarized classification of animal-tissue.
  4. Describe the structure of neuron with labelled diagram.