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Investigating Science 10 - Unit A
Viva Voce. Cite this Simulator:. Plant and Animal Tissues. Only smooth muscle cells. Only skeletal muscle cells. Both smooth and skeletal muscle cells. Neither smooth nor skeletal muscle cells.
Thickening of cell wall. Dead cells. Thin walled cells with intercellular spaces. Absence of intercellular spaces and vacuoles. Dead cells thick walls and no intercellular spaces. Living cells, thin walls and no intercellular spaces. Dead cells thin walls and large intercellular spaces.
Living cells, thin walls and large intercellular spaces. Meristematic tissue. Methylated spirit. Striated muscles. Cardiac muscles. Unstriated muscle. Nerve cells. Spindle shaped. Coil shaped. Striped muscles. Unstriated muscles. Thin walled. Thick walled. Without cell wall. Living cells. No nucleus. One nucleus. Two nuclei. Many nuclei. Cite this Simulator: amrita. Retrieved 4 March , from amrita. Multinucleated condition is seen in what type of cell?
In transverse section, parenchymatous cells show which features? Pooja was observing a permanent slide of nervous tissue under a microscope. Name the kind of cells observed in nervous tissue. Neuron striated muscle smooth muscle cardiac muscle.
What are the features that best describe parenchyma cells? A permanent slide shows thin walled isodiametric cells with a large vacuole.
The slide shows what type of cells? Collenchyma Parenchyma Sclerenchyma Meristematic tissue. What is the cell body of the nerve cell called? Cyton Axon Neuron Dendrite. Out of the following, which is the type of tissue whose cells are dead? Parenchyma Chlorenchyma Collenchyma Sclerenchyma. What are specimens of plants and animals preserved in? Formalin Acetone Ethanol Methylated spirit. Striated muscles Cardiac muscles Unstriated muscle Nerve cells.
Label 'a; and 'b' correctly in the following diagram. What shape do striated muscles have? Cylindrical Spindle shaped Discoidal Coil shaped. Where are dendrites found? Striped muscles Cardiac muscles Neurons Unstriated muscles. Thin walled Thick walled Without cell wall Living cells. Striated muscles are characterized by how many nuclei?
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Animal cells with the same structure and function are grouped together to form tissues. There are four types of animal tissues: epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue and nervous tissue. Learners need to be able to identify the four basic animal tissues and relate structure to function. Learners will be required to examine and identify some animal tissues using microscopes, bio viewers, micrographs or posters. They are required to be able to draw the various cells that make up these tissues in order to show their specialised structures. Tissues of human body:.
Introduction to tissues. Introduce the concept of a tissue as a group of similar cells adapted for a particular function; cell differentiation. Emphasise the relationship between their basic structure and function. Plant Tissues. Xylem, phloem, parenchyma, collenchyma, sclerenchyma, epidermis and meristematic tissues.
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What is a tissue? A group of cells that are similar in structure and work together to do a peculiar function is called tissue. What is the utility of tissues in multicellular organisms? Tissues provide structural strength, mechanical strength, show division of labour. Name types of simple tissues.
Morphology , in biology , the study of the size, shape, and structure of animals , plants , and microorganisms and of the relationships of their constituent parts. The term refers to the general aspects of biological form and arrangement of the parts of a plant or an animal. The term anatomy also refers to the study of biological structure but usually suggests study of the details of either gross or microscopic structure. In practice, however, the two terms are used almost synonymously. Typically, morphology is contrasted with physiology , which deals with studies of the functions of organisms and their parts; function and structure are so closely interrelated, however, that their separation is somewhat artificial.
While individual plant species are unique, all share a common structure: a plant body consisting of stems, roots, and leaves. They all transport water, minerals, and sugars produced through photosynthesis through the plant body in a similar manner. All plant species also respond to environmental factors, such as light, gravity, competition, temperature, and predation.
Viva Voce. Cite this Simulator:. Plant and Animal Tissues.