C - 6, Tissues || MCQs

 Answers given below of these Questions

Q1. A group of cells similar in structure and function is  

(a) Cell 

(b) Tissue 

(c) Organ 

(d) None of these 

Q2. Girth of stem increases due to 

(a) Apical meristem 

(b) Lateral meristem 

(c) Intercalary meristem 

(d) Vertical meristem 

Q3. Cartilage is not found in 

(a) Nose 

(b) Ear 

(c) Kidney 

(d) Larynx 

Q4. The dead element present in phloem is 

(a) Phloem fibres 

(b) Sieve tubes 

(c) Phloem parenchyma 

(d) Companion cells 

Q5. Bone matrix is rich in  

(a) Fluoride and calcium 

(b) Phosphorus and potassium 

(c) Calcium and potassium 

(d) Calcium and phosphorus 

Q6. Fats are stored in human body as 

(a) Bones 

(b) Cartilage 

(c) Adipose tissue 

(d) Cuboidal epithelium 

Q7. Which cell carry message in our body to brain and brain to body? 

(a) Nephron 

(b) Liver cell 

(c) Ovum 

(d) Nerve cell 

Q8. It is present at the growing tips of stem and roots and increases its length 

(a) Meristematic tissue 

(b) Parenchyma tissue 

(c) Apical meristem 

(d) Roots 

Q9. Outermost layer of cells in a plant is known as 

(a) Lignin 

(b) Epidermis 

(c) Thick wall 

(d) Stroma 

Q10. Blood is a type of which tissue? 

(a) Sclerenchyma 

(b) Transporting 

(c) Connective 

(d) Parenchyma 

Q11.which of the following does the plasma contains  

(a) Protein  

(b) Salt 

(c) Carbohydrate 

(d) Both (a) and (b) 

Q12.which statement is true about tendons? 

(a) Fibroblast cells lie scattered 

(b) These are strong but highly flexible 

(c) Connects bone to another bone. 

(d) Fibroblast cells lie almost in continuous rows 

Q13. Which statement is incorrect? 

(a) Cartilage is a form of connective tissue 

(b) Tendons are non-fibrous tissue and fragile 

(c) Two bones are connected with ligament 

(d) Blood has matrix containing proteins, salts and hormones 

Q14. The water conducting tissue generally present in gymnosperm is 

(a) Vessels 

(b) Sieve tubes 

(c) Tracheid’s 

(d) Xylem fibres 

Q15. Stripped muscle fibres are: 

(a) Voluntary 

(b) Involuntary 

(c) Unpredictable 

(d) Partially voluntary 

Q16.nucleus is not present in  

(a) Red blood cell 

(b) White blood cell 

(c) Epithelial cells  

(d) Striated muscles 

Q17. Cytoplasm of muscle cell is called 

(a) Serum 

(b) Sarcoplasm 

(c) Plasma 

(d) ECF 

Q18. What is tail -like, cylindrical process of neuron is called 

(a) Cayton 

(b) Dendron 

(c) Axon 

(d) Dendrite 

Q19. What does ligaments connect? 

(a) Bone to bone 

(b) Muscles to skin 

(c) Bone to cartilage 

(d) Bone to muscles 

Q20. Muscles cells which never get tired are  

(a) Skeletal muscles 

(b) Striated muscles 

(c) Non-striated muscles 

(d) Cardiac muscles 

Q21. Spinal cord and brain are made of which tissue 

(a) Vascular tissue 

(b) Nervous tissue 

(c) Skeletal tissue 

(d) Muscular tissue 

Q22. The cell wall in cork cells is 

(a) Suberised 

(b) Lignified 

(c) Pectinase 

(d) Calcified 

Q23. Parenchyma can be described as 

(a) Living cells with cellulose cell walls showing thickenings at corner 

(b) Thin-walled living cells with cellulose cell wall and intercellular spaces 

(c) Dead cells with lignified secondary walls 

(d) Living cells without nucleic but have sieve pores 

Q24. Which is incorrect statement? 

(a) Parenchymatous tissue have intercellular spaces 

(b) Collenchyma tissues are irregularly thickened at corners 

(c) Apical and intercalary meristem are permanent tissues 

(d) Meristematic tissues, in its early stages, lack vacuoles 

Q25. A person met with an accident in which two long bones of hand are dislocated. Which among the following may be the possible reason? 

(a) Break of skeletal muscle 

(b) Tendon break 

(c) Areolar tissue break 

(d) Ligament break 

Q26. Example of involuntary muscles are 

i) Smooth muscles 

ii) Cardiac muscles 

iii) Skeletal muscles 

iv) Striated muscles 

(a) i and (ii) 

(b) (ii) and (iii)  

(c) (iii) and (iv)   

(d) (i)  and (iv) 

Q27. In desert plants, rate of water loss gets reduced due to the presence of: 

(a) Stomata 

(b) Cuticle 

(c) Lignin 

(d) Suberin 

Q28. The muscular tissue which function throughout the life continuously without fatigue is: 

(a) Smooth muscle 

(b) Cardiac muscle 

(c) Skeletal muscle 

(d) Voluntary muscle 

Q29. White blood cells are: 

(a) Larger in size and fewer in number 

(b) Disc like cells 

(c) Non-nucleated 

(d) All of these 

Q30. It helps to prevent the leakage of the blood from the body due to some injury. It is: 

(a) WBC 

(b) RBC 

(c) Blood platelets 

(d) None of these 

Answers : -

01 - (b) tissue 

02 - (b) lateral meristem 

03 - (c) kidney 

04 - (a) phloem fibres 

05 - (d) calcium and phosphorus 

06 - (c) adipose tissue 

07 - (d) nerve cell 

08 - (c) Apical meristem 

09 - (b) epidermis 

10 - (c) connective 

11 - (d) both (a) and (b) 

12 - (d) fibroblast cells lie almost in continuous row 

13 - (b) tendons are non-fibrous tissue and fragile 

14 - (c) Tracheid’s 

15 - (a) voluntary 

16 - (a) red blood cells 

17 - (b) Sarcoplasm 

18 - (c) axon 

19 - (a) Bone to bone 

20 - (d) cardiac muscles 

21 - (a) vascular tissue 

22 - (a) Suberised 

23 - (b) thin- walled living cells with cellulose cell wall and intercellular spaces. 

24 - (c) apical and intercalary meristem are permanent tissues 

25 - (d) ligament break 

26 - (a) (i) and (ii) 

27 - (b) cuticle 

28 - (b) cardiac muscle 

29 - (a) larger in size and fewer in number 

30 - (c) blood platelets