Tissues Class 9 MCQ/Objective questions Science NCERT

Tissues Class 9  MCQ/Objective questions NCERT Science Chapter 5

1. A group of similar cells performing a particular function is:

a. Organ b. Body c. Tissue d. Organ-system.

1.c. Tissue

2. Tissues do only a:

a. Particular function b. Multiple functions c. Both d. None.

2.a Particular function

3. Do plant and animal contain the same type of tissue?

a. Yes, b. No

3.b No 

4. Only some part of the plant grows while animals grow:

a. Proportionally b. Irregularly c. Indefinitely c. None.

4.a Proportionally

MERISTEMATIC TISSUE

tissues class 9 mcq5. Group of dividing cells of a plant are called

a. Permanent tissue b. Meristem tissue c. Vascular tissue d. None

5.b. Meristem tissue

6. Types of meristematic tissues are apical, intercalary and?

a. Vascular b. Epidermal c. Parenchymal d. Lateral.

6.d. Lateral

7. Meristems have dense cytoplasm with prominent nuclei and thin cell wall but lack

a. Mitochondria b. Ribosome c. Vacuole d. starch

7.c. Vacuole

PERMANENT TISSUE

8. Non-dividing cells produced from meristem are called

a. Permanent tissue b. Bark tissue c. Epidermis d. Parenchyma

8.a. Permanent tissue

9. Permanent tissue takes a fixed shape, size and function after its formation. So we call them

a. Totipotent b. Differentiated c. lenticel d. cloned

9.b. Differentiated

10. There are two types of permanent tissue. One is simple permanent tissue and another is:

a. Double permanent tissue b. Special c. Complex d. None

10.c. Complex

11. Simple permanent tissue has only a single kind of permanent cells while Complex permanent tissue has:

a. At least four b. At least two c. All cells are different d. Does not matter

11.b. At least two

12. Food storing simple permanent tissue is:

a. Parenchyma b. Collenchyma c. Scleroid d. None

12.a. Parenchyma

13. Chlorenchyma and aerenchyma both are a type of:

a. Parenchyma b. Vascular bundle c. Xylem d. Phloem.

13.a. Parenchyma

14. Tissues in tendrils of a climber plant and leaf stalk of a plant are examples of which tissue?

a. Parenchyma b. Collenchyma c. Vascular d. Bark

14.b. Collenchyma

15. Lignified thick cell wall with no cytoplasmic space in a cell is characteristic of:

a. Parenchyma b. Collenchyma c. Sclerenchyma d. Epidermis

15.c. Sclrenchyma
16. The pore through which transpiration in plant occurs is:

a. Stoma b. Vacuole c. Plastid d. None

16.a. Stoma

17. How many guard cells surround a stoma?

a. One b. Two c. Three d. Many

17.b. Two

18. Guard cells and stoma are found in which part of the plant?

a. Parenchyma b. Collenchyma c. Sclerenchyma d. Epidermis

18. d. Epidermis 

19. One of the tissues in the given options is dead tissue. Identify it.

a. Parenchyma b. Collenchyma c. Sclerenchyma d. Xylem

19. c. Sclerenchyma

20. Phloems and xylems are:

a. Simple permanent tissue b. Complex permanent tissue c. Vascular tissue d. b & c

20.d. b & c

ANIMAL TISSUE MCQ

Epithelial Tissue

21. Contraction and relaxation in these cells cause movement in our body parts.

a. Epithelial tissue b. Connective tissue c. Muscular tissue d. Nervous Tissue.

21. c. Muscular tissue

22. Which organelle in our cell uses the oxygen which we get from breathing air?

a. Mitochondria b. Nucleus c. Ribosome d. Golgi body.

22.a. Mitochondria. Muscular tissue

23. Tissue with least intercellular space is:

a. Epithelial tissue b. Connective tissue c. Muscular tissue d. Nervous Tissue.

23.a. Epithelial tissue

24. Between an epthelim and underlying tissue is:

a. Connective tissue. b. Fibrous basement membrane c. cavity d. Ligament.

24.b. Fibrous basement membrane

25. Type of epithelial tissue  present on places where exchange of materials/gases occur selectively is:

a. Squamous b. Stratified squamous c. Cuboidal d. Columnar.

25. a. Squamous
26. Ciliated columnar epithelium cells are meant for

a. Absorption b. Secretion c. Digestion d. Egestion.

26.a. Absorption

27. Supportive epithelial cells that line kidney tubules and salivary duct is:

a. Squamous b. Stratified squamous c. Cuboidal d. Columnar.

27.c. Cuboidal

28. Blood and bones consis of which type of tissue :

a. Epithelial tissue b. Connective tissue c. Muscular tissue d. Nervous Tissue.

28. b. Connective tissue

29. Connective tissue that connect a bone with another bone is:

a. Ligament b. Tendon c. Cartilage d. None.

29.a. Ligament

30. Skeletal cells are voluntary cells. There are:

a. Striated b. Unstriated c. Uninucleate d. Multinucleate. e. a and d both.

30.e. a and d both.

31. Non-voluntary cells are:

a. Striated b. Unstriated c. Uninucleate d. Multinucleate. e. b and c both.

31.e. b and c both.

32. Longest cell of our body is:

a. Epithelial tissue b. Connective tissue c. Muscular tissue d. Nervous Tissue.

32.d. Nervous Tissue

Tissues Class 9  MCQ

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Answers

1.c. Tissue 2.a Particular function 3.b No  4.a Proportionally  5.b. Meristem tissue 6.d. Lateral 7.c. Vacuole 8.a. Permanent tissue 9.b. Differentiated 10.c. Complex 11.b. At least two 12.a. Parenchyma 13.a. Parenchyma 14.b. Collenchyma 15.c. Sclerenchyma 16.a. Stoma 17.b. Two 18. d. Epidermis 19. c. Sclerenchyma 20.d. b & c 21. c. Muscular tissue 22.a. Mitochondria 23.a. Epithelial tissue 24.b. Fibrous basement membrane 25. a. Squamous 26.a. Absorption 27.c. Cuboidal 28. b. Connective tissue 29.a. Ligament 30.e. a and d both. 31.e. b and c both. 32.d. Nervous Tissue

Hint: 7. Meristem does not provide structural support to the plant.

25. Squamous is the only epithelium that allows movement of material and air across it.

26. a. Ciliated columnar cells absorb nutrition from the intestine.

 

Ref: Chapter 5, Class 9, science NCERT.

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