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Class 9

Explore popular questions from Tissues for Class 9. This collection covers Tissues previous year Class 9 questions hand picked by experienced teachers.

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Q 1. Which tissue provides maximum mechanical strength to the plants

A

Parenchyma

B

Xylem

C

Phloem

Collenchyma

Explanation

collenchyma (living) and sclerenchyma (dead) provide maximum mechanical strength to a plant. Collenchyma mainly provides mechanical strength to the growing plant parts.

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Q 2. Anchorage is the function of

A

Stem

B

Leaf

Root

D

All

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Q 3. Thousandth of a millimetre is

{tex} {10^{-6} }{/tex}m

B

{tex} {10^{-5} }{/tex}m

C

{tex} {10^{-9}}{/tex}m

D

{tex} {10^{-10} }{/tex}m

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Q 4. The smallest living organism

A

Amoeba

B

Paramecium

Mycoplasma

D

None

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Q 5. Plastids refers to

A

membranes

organelle

C

protoplasm

D

all

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Q 6. Structure helpful in movement of a cell or an organism is

A

Cilia

B

Flagella

C

Pseudopodia

All of them

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Q 7. Kernal of a cell is

A

Protoplasm

B

Albumin

C

Proteins

Nucleus

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Q 8. Cell division helps in

A

increasing size of the cell

increasing number of cell

C

both (A) and (B)

D

None of these

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Q 9. Plant tissue can be divided into following groups

2

B

3

C

4

D

None

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Q 10. The process by which Meristematic tissue changes into permanent tissue is called

A

development

differentiation

C

division

D

all of the above

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Q 11. Cells capable of cell division are

A

Mirror cell

Meristematic cell

C

Microscopic voltage cell

D

Permanent cell

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Q 12. Cork cambium is a

A

Apical meristem

Lateral meristem

C

Intercalary meristem

D

Robert hooke

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Q 13. Sclerenchyma is a

A

dead permanent complex tissue

B

living permanent simple tissue

dead permanent simple tissue

D

none of the above

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Q 14. Ability of a cell to give rise to all the various cell types

A

Totipotency

B

Meristemate

C

Permanent

Differentiation

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Q 15. Cells are living or dead it depends upon

A

Nucleus

B

Mitochondria

Protoplasm

D

All of the above

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Q 16. Aerenchyma is found in

A

Mesophyte

B

Xerophyte

Hydrophyte

D

None of these

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Q 17. Which among them is not a type of parenchyma?

A

Chlorenchyma

Collenchyma

C

Aerenchyma

D

Both (A) and (B)

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Q 18. Cells found in pulp and skin of fruits

A

Fibres

Grit cells

C

Epithelial cells

D

All of the above

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Q 19. Technical term for cork cambium is

A

Phellem

Phellogen

C

Phelloderm

D

Phallic

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Q 20. Guard cell differ from other epidermal cell by

Presence of chloroplast

B

Presence of centriole

C

Absence of vacuole

D

All of the above

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Q 21. Skin is a part of

A

Connective tissue

Epithelial tissue

C

Muscular tissue

D

Nervous tissue

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Q 22. Blood is a

A

Fluid epithelial tissue

B

Intracellular tissue

C

Plasma

Fluid connective tissue

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Q 23. Which among them is many layered?

A

Squamous

B

Cuboidal

C

Columnous

Stratified

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Q 24. Which among them is not a muscle cells?

A

Striated

B

Smooth

C

Cardiac

Hyalin

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Q 25. The cytoplasm of muscle fibre is called

A

Neoplasm

Sarcoplasm

C

Glycogen

D

Myofibre