Chapter 6 Tissues MCQs for Class 9 Science

Chapter 6 Tissues MCQs for Class 9 Science

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Q 1.: This is a meristematic tissue

(A) Xylem

(B) Parenchyma

(C) Apical Meristem 

(D) Phloem

Option – (c)

Q 2.: Flexibility in plants is due to

(A) Collenchyma

(B) Parenchyma

(C) Aerenchyma

(D) Sclerenchyma

Option – (a)

Q 3.: Companion cells are found in

(A) Angiosperms

(B) Gymnosperms

(C) Pteridophytes

(D) All of these

Option – (a)

Q 4.: Parenchyma cells are

(A) Thick-walked and specialised 

(B) This-walled and unspecialised

(C) Thin-walled and specialised

(D) Thick-walked and lignified

Option – (c)

Q 5.: Study of tissues is called

(A) Morphology

(B) Histology

(C) Anatomy

(D) None of these

Option – (a)

Q 6.: Tracheids are components of

(A) Xylem

(B) Phloem

(C) Intercalary tissues

(D) Collenchyma

Option – (a)

Q 7.: The term ‘Tissue’ was coined by 

(A) Leeuwenhoek

(B) Robert Brown

(C) Mayer

(D) Bichat

Option – (d)

Q 8.: This tissue provides mechanical strength tp plants 

(A) Parenchyma

(B) Chlorenchyma

(C) Collenchyma

(D) Sclerenchyma

Option – (d)

Q 9.: Permanent tissues differ meristematic tissues in  

(A) Inability to divide

(B) Attaining definite shape and structure 

(C) Performing a specific function

(D) All of these

Option – (d)

Q 10.: Cork cells are impermeable to water due to the presence of 

(A) Lignin

(B) Suberin

(C) Cutin

(D) Pectin

Option – (b)

Q 11.: External ear (pinna) is supported with

(A) Cartilage

(B) Bone

(C) Adipose tissue 

(D) Ligament

Option – (b)

Q 12.: Fibrous tissue is present in

(A) Ligaments

(B) Bones

(C) Muscles

(D) Nervous tissue

Option – (a)

Q 13.: The tissue that forms glands.

(A) Epithelial

(B) Connective

(C) Muscular

(D) Nervous

Option – (a)

Q 14.: Haversian canal occcurs in

(A) Cartilage

(B) Bone

(C) Internal ear

(D) Liver

Option – (b)

Q 15.: Voluntary muscles are found in

(A) Stomach

(B) Limbs

(C) Oesophagus

(D) Lungs

Option – (b)

Q 16.: It is found in cartilage.

(A) Monocytes 

(B) Mast cells

(C) Osteocytes

(D) Chondrocytes

Option – (d)

Q 17.: Unit of the nervous tissue is:

(A) Cyton

(B) Axon

(C) Dendron

(D) Neuron

Option – (d)

Q 18.: The WBCs found in the largest number are

(A) Basophils

(B) Acidophils

(C) Lymphocytes

(D) Neutrophils

Option – (d)

Q 19.: ________ is not found in xylem tissues.

(A) Sieve tubes

(B) Xylem parenchyma

(C) Tracheids

(D) Vessels

Option – (a)

Q 20.: One of the following is not true about Cardiac muscles

(A) They can be controlled

(B) They lack mitochondria

(C) Cells are bi-nucleate

(D) Found outside the heart such as the digestive tract

(E) All of the above

Option – (E)

Q 21.: One of the following is not a function of the stomata

(A) Directly participates in the process of photosynthesis

(B) Helps with the exchange of gases

(C) Helps to create water pressure, forcing water upward

(D) All of the above

Option – (a)

Q 22.: Which of the following is connective tissue?

(A) Ligament

(B) Tendon

(C) Blood

(D) All of the above

Option – (c)

Q 23.: ________ are cemented to one another, forming an irregular layer. These form the outer protective layer of the skin in an animal’s body.

(A) Connective tissue

(B) Muscular tissues

(C) Nervous tissues

(D) Compound epithelium

Option – (d)

Q 24.: Which of the following is connective tissue?

(A) Ligament

(B) Tendon

(C) Blood

(D) All of the above

Option – (d)

Q 25.: The Nodes of Ranvier are found in:

(A) Nerve cells

(B) Heart cells

(C) Liver cells

(D) All of the above

Option – (a)

Q 26.: The function of dismantling and recycling in a cell is undertaken by

(A) Nucleus

(B) Chromosomes

(C) Lysosomes

(D) Mitochondria

Option – (c)

Q 27.: Areolar connective tissue is found :

(A) Between skin and muscle

(B) Around blood vessel

(C) Around nerves and bone marrow

(D) All of these

Option – (a)

Q 28.: Plant cells with thickened walls at corners and non-living cell walls are seen in : 

(A) Parenchyma

(B) Collenchyma

(C) Aerenchyma

(D) Epidermal cell

Option – (b)

Q 29.: Each neuron has a single long part called:

(A) Dendrite

(B) Axon

(C) Cell body

(D) Cytoplasm

Option – (b)

Q 30.: Branched muscle fibres interconnected by oblique bridges are:

(A) Unstriated muscle fibres

(B) Striated muscle

(C) Cardiac muscle fibres

(D) Skeletal muscle fibres

Option – (c)

Q 31.: Given below is a list of different types of muscles in a human body

(A) Smooth

(B) Striated

(C) Cardiac

(D) Skeletal

Option – (b)

Q 32.: Light and dark bands can be seen in:

(A) Cardiac muscle

(B) Smooth muscles

(C) Striated muscles

(D) Unstriated muscles

Option – (c)

Q 33.: The shape of striated muscle cells is:

(A) Cylindrical

(B) Spindle-shaped

(C) Elongated with tapering ends

(D) Spherical

Option – (a)

Q 34.: The tissue that helps in the movement of our body are

(A) Muscular tissue

(B) Skeletal tissue 

(C) Nervous tissue

(D) All of the above

Option – (a)

Q 35.: Cartilage and bone are types of 

(A) Muscular tissue

(B) Connective tissue

(C) Meristematic tissue

(D) Epithelial tissue

Option – (b)

Q 36.: A tissue whose cells are capable of dividing and re-dividing is called

(A) Complex tissue

(B) Connective tissue

(C) Permanent tissue

(D) Meristematic tissue 

Option – (d)

Q 37.: Xylem and phloem are example of

(A) Epidermal tissue

(B) Vascular tissue

(C) Protective tissue

(D) Complex tissue

Option – (b)

Q 38.: The size of the stem increases in the width due to

(A) Apical meristem

(B) Intercalary meristem

(C) Primary meristem

(D) Lateral meristem

Option – (d)

Q 39.: The flexibility in plants due to a tissue is called

(A) Chlorenchyma

(B) Parenchyma

(C) Sclerenchyma

(D) Collenchyma

Option – (d)

Q 40.: The tissue present in the lining of kidney tubules and ducts of salivary glands is

(A) Squamous epithelium tissue

(B) Glandular epithelium tissue

(C) Cuboidal epithelium tissue

(D) Columar epithelium tissue

Option – (c)

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