Tissues Quiz


In hydrophytic plants , what provides buoyancy ?

A. Chlorenchyma

B. Holenchyma

C. Aerenchyma

D. Sclerenchyma

The branch of Biology that deals with the study of tissue is called :-

A. Physiology

B. Anatomy

C. cellulogy

D. Histology

The cells of cork are dead and have ______ in their walls that makes them impervious to gases and water.

A. Cutin

B. Lignin

C. Suberin

D. Pectin

The dead cells of Sclerenchyma posess a water-proof material called :-

A. Pectin

B. Cutin

C. Wax

D. Lignin

The matrix of cartilage has a delicate network of collagen fibres and _______ :-

A. Elastin fibres

B. Lacunae

C. Chondrocytes

D. Canaliculi

Heart and intestinal muscles are :-

A. Non-smooth muscles

B. Voluntary muscles

C. Non-striated muscles

D. Striated muscles

What is the branch of medicine devoted to the study of blood ?

A. Rheumatology

B. Haematology

C. Endocrinology

D. Angiology

E. Hepatology

Determing the age of a tree, by counting the number of annual rings is called :-

A. Archaeology

B. Dendrology

C. Palynology

D. Dendrochronology

If a person has a dislocated bone , what could be the possible reason for it ?

A. Tendinitis

B. Tendon slip

C. Ligament tear

D. Bursitis

The size of the stem increases in the width due to the presence of :-

A. Intercalary meristems

B. Lateral meristems

C. Apical meristems

D. Primary meristems

The flexibility in plants is due to a tissue called :-

A. Chlorenchyma

B. Collenchyma

C. Parenchyma

D. Sclerenchyma

What is the white and yellow fibres of the Areolar connective tissue made of ?

A. Elastin , Collagen

B. Pectin , Matrix

C. Collagen , Elastin

D. Lignin , Cutin

Which type of Epithelial cells help in the movement of solid particles (eg. mucus), through a rythmic, concerted beating of the thread-like structures in its outer lining ?

A. Squamous epithelial tissue

B. Cuboidal epithelial tissue

C. Columnar epithelial tissue

D. Ciliated epithelial tissue

Which of these is not a function of epithelial tissue :-

A. Coordination

B. Respiration

C. Regeneration

D. Secretion

E. Elimination


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