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Balbharati solutions for Biology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 8 - Plant Tissues and Anatomy [Latest edition]

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Chapter 8: Plant Tissues and Anatomy

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Exercise [Pages 95 - 96]

Balbharati solutions for Biology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 8 Plant Tissues and Anatomy Exercise [Pages 95 - 96]

Exercise | Q 1. (A) | Page 95

Choose the correct option.

Location or position of meristematic regions is divided into ______ types.

  • one

  • two

  • three

  • none of the above

Exercise | Q 1. (B) | Page 95

Choose the correct option.

Cambium is also called ______.

  • apical meristem

  • intercalary meristem

  • lateral meristem

  • none of the above

Exercise | Q 1. (C) | Page 95

Choose the correct option.

Collenchyma is a type of ______ tissue.

  • living

  • dead

  • living and dead

  • none of the above

Exercise | Q 1. (D) | Page 95

Choose the correct option.

______ is a complex permanent tissue.

  • Parenchyma

  • Sclerenchyma

  • Chlorenchyma

  • Xylem

Exercise | Q 1. (E) | Page 95

Choose the correct option.

Mesophyll tissue is present in ______.

  • root

  • stem

  • leaf

  • flower

Exercise | Q 2. (A) | Page 95

Answer the following question.

A fresh section was taken by a student but he was very disappointed because there were only a few green and most colourless cells. Teacher provided a pink colour solution. The section was immersed in this solution and when observed it was much clearer. What is magic?

Exercise | Q 2. (B) | Page 95

Answer the following question.

While observing a section, many scattered vascular bundles could be seen. Teacher said, in spite of this large number the stem cannot grow in girth. Why?

Exercise | Q 2. (C) | Page 95

Answer the following question.

A section of the stem had vascular bundles, where one tissue was wrapped around the other. How will you technically describe it?

Exercise | Q 2. (D) | Page 95

Answer the following question.

There were two cut logs of wood lying in the campus. One had growth rings and other didn’t. Teacher said it is due to differences in their pattern of growth which is dependent on the season. How?

Exercise | Q 2. (E) | Page 95

Answer the following question.

While on the trip to Kashmir, Pintoo observed that cut portions of large trees show distinct rings, which he never found in Maharashtra. Why is so?

Exercise | Q 2. (F) | Page 95

Answer the following question.

A student was observing a slide with no label under a microscope. The section had some vascular bundles scattered in the ground tissue. It is a section of a monocot stem! He exclaimed. No! it is a section of fern rachis, said the teacher. Teacher told to observe vascular bundle again. Student agreed, Why?

Exercise | Q 2. (G) | Page 95

Answer the following question.

Student found a wooden stopper in lab. He was told by an old lab attendant that it is there for many years. He kept thinking how it did not rot?

Exercise | Q 2. (H) | Page 95

Answer the following question.

Student while observing a slide of leaf section observed many stomata on the upper surface. He thought he has placed slide upside down. Teacher confirmed it is rightly placed. Explain.

Exercise | Q 3. (A) | Page 95

Write a short note on Structure of stomata.

Exercise | Q 3. (B) | Page 95

Write a short note on secondary growth.

Exercise | Q 3. (C) | Page 95

Write a short note on peculiarity of a sclerenchyma cell wall.

Exercise | Q 4. (A) | Page 95

Differentiate between Vascular bundle of monocot and Vascular bundle of dicot

Exercise | Q 4. (B) | Page 95

Differentiate between Xylem and Phloem functioning

Exercise | Q 4. (C) | Page 95

Distinguish Between Internal or anatomical difference between monocots and dicots.

Exercise | Q 5. (A) | Page 96

Draw a neat labelled diagram.

T. S. of Dicot leaf

Exercise | Q 5. (B) | Page 96

Draw a neat labelled diagram.

T. S. of Monocot root

Exercise | Q 5. (C) | Page 96

Draw a neat labelled diagram.

T. S. of dicot stem

Exercise | Q 6 | Page 96

Write the information related to the diagram given below.

Exercise | Q 6 | Page 96

Write the information related to the diagram given below.

Exercise | Q 7. (a) | Page 96

Identify the following diagram, label it and prepare a chart of characteristics.

Exercise | Q 7. (b) | Page 96

Identify the following diagram, label it and prepare a chart of characteristics.

Exercise | Q 7. (c) | Page 96

Identify the following diagram, label it and prepare a chart of characteristics.

Exercise | Q 7. (d) | Page 96

Identify the following diagram, label it and prepare a chart of characteristics.

Exercise | Q 8 | Page 96

Distinguish between dicot and monocot leaf on the basis of following characters.

Characters Dicot leaf Monocot leaf
Stomata    
Intercellular space    
Venation    
Vascular bundle    
Mesophyll cells    
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Chapter 8: Plant Tissues and Anatomy

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Balbharati solutions for Biology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 8 - Plant Tissues and Anatomy

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Concepts covered in Biology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 8 Plant Tissues and Anatomy are Concept of Tissue, Types of Plant Tissues: Meristematic Tissues, Types of Plant Tissues: Permanent Tissues, Tissue Systems, Secondary Growth in Plants, Wood, Cork Cambium and Secondary Growth, Anatomy of Root, Stem and Leaf.

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