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Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues solutions [Page 0]

 Put a tick (✓) against the most appropriate alternative in the following statements. 

A group of similar cells to perform a specific function forms a 

(a) organ
(b) species
(c) organ system
(d) tissue 

Put a tick (✓) against the most appropriate alternative in the following statements. 

 The fine branches given out from the cell body of a nerve cell are 

dendrites
(b) cyton
(c) axon
(d) neurons 

Put a tick (✓) against the most appropriate alternative in the following statements. 

Fluid connective tissue of humans is
(a) blood and cartilage
(b) lymph and plasma
(c) blood and lymph
(d) stroma and matrix 

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues solutions [Page 0]

Define the following term: 

Tissue

Define the following term:  

Organ

 

How is   meristematic tissue different from permanent tissues ?

What is a meristematic tissue ? 

Which living material would you take to demonstrate meristematic tissue ?

What is the function of meristematic tissue ? 

State whether the following statements are True or False.  

A tissue is formed of only one type of cells.  

State whether the following statements are True or False.  

Permanent tissue is made up of undifferentiated and dividing Cells.  

State whether the following statements are True or False.  

Only one type of tissue forms an organ.  

State whether the following statements are True or False.  

Meristematic tissue is found at growing tips of a plant. 

State whether the following statements are True or False. 

Phloem is formed of dead tubular cells.

Fill in the blanks by selecting suitable words from the list given below: 

“Thin – walled, collenchyma, vascular, tissues, conducting” 

A group of different ............... working together to perform a function is called an organ. 

Fill in the blanks by selecting suitable words from the list given below: 

“Thin – walled, collenchyma, vascular, tissues, conducting” 

Xylem and phloem form the ............... tissue. 

Fill in the blanks by selecting suitable words from the list given below: 

“Thin – walled, collenchyma, vascular, tissues, conducting” 

Conducting tissue is also called .............. tissue  

Fill in the blanks by selecting suitable words from the list given below:
“Thin – walled, collenchyma, vascular, tissues, conducting”  

Cells are elongated and thick at the comers in...................... tissue.

Fill in the blanks by selecting suitable words from the list given below:
“Thin – walled, collenchyma, vascular, tissues, conducting” 

Parenchyma is composed of large ..............cell

Match the items given is column A with those given in column B: 

Column A Column B 
(1)Fibrous connective tissue (a)blood
(2)Fluid connective tissue (b)cartilage
(3)Supportive connective tissue (c)Supportive connective tissue
another bone.
(4)Ligament (c)areolar tissue
(5)Tendon (d)connects a muscle
with a bone.

How do you rank the following among cells, tissues, organs, or organism ? 

Amoeba  

How do you rank the following among cells, tissues, organs, or organism ? 

Euglena 

How do you rank the following among cells, tissues, organs, or organism ? 

Skin 

How do you rank the following among cells, tissues, organs, or organism ? 

Lungs   

How do you rank the following among cells, tissues, organs, or organism ? 

Neuron      

How do you rank the following among cells, tissues, organs, or organism ? 

Cardiac muscles:    

Each of the tissues listed in Column A is related to one of the functions given in Column B. Match the lines correct pairs by drawing  

Column A(Tissue) Column  B (function)         
 Epithelial tissue   Movement 
Connective issue  Protection 
Vascular tissue  messages
Nervous tissue  support 
Muscular (Tissue) transport

 

Name the kind of tissue that 

Carries oxygen around your body 

Name the kind of tissue that 

Brings about movements in animals   

Name the kind of tissue that 

Transports food to different parts of plant  

Name the kind of tissue that 

Transports water in plants 

Name the kind of tissue that 

Supports an animal’s body  

Name the kind of tissue that 

 Binds different tissues together   

Name the kind of tissue that 

Conducts messages from one part of the body to another   

Based on the following information, identify the three types of epithelial tissue in the figures given below :  

a b c

 

(1) Cuboidal epithelium : It consists of a single layer of cuboidal cells.

(2) Columnar epithelium: It is composed of tall, cylindrical cells with oval nuclei usually placed at the base of the cells.

(3) Ciliated epithelium : It consists of cells being hair-like cilia on their free surface.

 

Write three differences between the two principal vascular tissues found in plants.  

 

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues solutions [Page 0]

Fill in the blanks  

......................... tissue is situated at the tip of root and stem.

Fill in the blanks 

........................tissue consists of more than one kind of cells. 

Fill in the blanks 

............... is a complex tissue that distributes food in plants. 

 Fill in the blanks  

Epithelial tissue is made of cells without any......................spaces.

Fill in the blanks 

................. muscles help in the movement of limbs.  

Fill in the blanks 

The .................. or nerve fibers constitute the nerves.  

  Fill in the blanks 

........................connects one bone to another.  

Fill in the blanks 

.................... tissue cushions and insulates the body.

 

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues solutions [Page 0]

Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

Sclerenchyma cells are dead cells with no protoplasmic content. 

 Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

Voluntary muscles are present in the internal organs of the body.  

Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

Cardiac muscles are involuntary muscles.  

Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

Cardiac muscles have dark and light bands. 

Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

Short thred-like branches arising from the surface of the cyton are called axons.   

Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

Yellow fibrous tissue, a type of connective tissue, is found in ligaments. 

Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

Tendons connect muscles to muscles  

 Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

The fluid-filled spaces in which cartilage cells are present are called lacunae.  

Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

RBCs and WBCs are formed in the bone marrow.  

Write true or false for each statement. Rewrite the false statements correctly. 

The fluid part of the blood is called plasma.  

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues solutions [Page 0]

Define these terms.  

tissue 

 Define these terms. 

species  

Define these terms.   

population

Define these terms. 

biotic community  

 Define these terms. 

biosphere 

Define these terms.  

neuron

Define these terms. 

connective tissue

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues solutions [Page 0]

Differentiate between 

lower level of organization and higher level of organization 

Differentiate between 

community and biosphere.  

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues solutions [Page 0]

Write short answers. 

Name the lowest level of organization  

Write short answers.  

What is a species ?  

Write short answers. 

Define population. 

Write short answers. 

What is an ecosystem ?  

Write short answers. 

What constitutes the vascular system of the plant ?  

 Write short answers. 

What is a neuron ?  

Write short answers. 

Where is the white fibrous tissue found in human body?  

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues solutions [Page 0]

Answer in detail. 

Explain the lower levels of organization. 

Answer in detail. 

What is the difference between an organ and an organ system ?  

Answer in detail. 

Which tissue is responsible for the increase in the height of a plant ? Where is it located ? 

Chapter 1: Plant And Animal Tissues

Selina Selina Concise Biology - Middle School Class 7 (2018-19 Session)

Selina Concise Biology - Middle School for Class 7 (2018-19 Session)

Selina solutions for Class 7 Biology chapter 1 - Plant And Animal Tissues

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Concepts covered in Class 7 Biology chapter 1 Plant And Animal Tissues are Definition of Tissue, Classification of Plant Tissues: Meristematic and Permanent, Meristematic Tissues - Characteristics, Meristematic Tissues - Simple Structure, Location, Function, Examples, Simple Permanent Tissues: Parenchyma, Collenchyma, Sclerenchyma, Complex Permanent Tissues: Xylem, Phloem, Concept of Plant Tissues, Concept of Epithelial Tissue: Simple Location, and Function, Concept of Connective Tissue Location, Functions of Areolar, Adipose, Bone, Cartilage, Blood, Ligament, Tendon., Muscular Tissue: Location and Function - Striated (Voluntary Or Skeletal Muscle), Muscular Tissue: Location and Function - Unstriated (Involuntary/ Smooth Muscle), Muscular Tissue: Location and Function - Cardiac (Specialized Muscle), Nerve Tissue: Parts of the Neuron (Cell Body, Dendron, Axon), Concept of Animal Tissues.

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