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CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER! 1. Growth at the tip of stems and roots is due to cell division in the..... A. Vascular cambium B. Vascular tissue C. Apical meristem 8. The figure shows a cross section the structure of D. Mesophyll layer dicot root. E. Lateral meristem Match the names to the numbers 1,2,3,4 and 5 Meristem tissue is .... A. the tissue in most plants consisting of undifferentiated cell B. the young tissues are differentiated C the permanent tissue that have undifferentiated D. the permanent tissue are differentiated E. the young cells are actively dividing 3. The most abundant kind of plant cells are A. Collenchyma B. Cork cambium C. Meristem D. Parenchyma E. Epidermal Openings in the cuticle of the leaf that control the exchange of gases A. Sclerenchyma 1 3 4 5 2 B. Sieve tube member A cortex xylem endodermis epidermis phloem C. Stomata D. Tracheid epider endodermis phloem xylem cortex B mis E. Guard cell C cortex epidermis phloem endodermis xylem Vascular tissue that transport sugars from the leaves to all parts of the plant D epider endodermi xylem phloem cortex A. Xylem mis s B. Phloem E endod xylem phloem epidermis cortex C. Tracheids ermis D. Meristem E. Mesophyll 9. Which of the following is the main function of 6. To maintain plant life must move / transport the collenchyma and schlerenchyma? substances from root to leaf and from leaf to the Storage root. To transport water from roots to leaves in Support order to use the tissue.... Transport A. collenchyma Photosynthesis B. epidermis Protective tissue C. xylem Which of the following plant cell is thin-walled, can D. phloem carry on photosynthesis and can be used to store food? E. parenchymal A. Sclerenchyma 7. Consider some of the characteristics of plant tissues B. Collenchyma following: 1)cells form hexagons C. Parenchyma 2)cells are compact and have no cavities between cells D. Xylem 3)outer wall thickening 4)Do not have chlorophyll E. Phloem 5)The cells still meristematic Whatare the characteristics of epidermal tissue is.... A.1, 2and 3 11. A plant tissue has the following characteristics: 1) The composition of the cell meeting B.1, 3and 4 C.2, 3and 4 D.2, 3and 5 E.3, 4and 5

2) Does not contain chloroplasts and thick-walled 3) Serves as a network protector Based on the characteristics above is.... A. meristem tissue B. sponges tissue C. parenchymal D. epidermis E. collenchyma 12. Which of the following plant cell is thin-walled, can carry on photosynthesis and can be used to storefood? A. Sclerenchyma B. Collenchyma C. Parenchyma D. Xylem E. Phloem 13 Most monocots do not have which of the following? Xylem Phloem Primary growth Secondary growth Apical meristem Which the following structures is found in stems but not in roots? Node Cortex Epidermis Vascular tissue Cambium 15. The purpose of phloem in plants is to. A. produce a tough covering for plant stems B. enable the plant to grow C. transport sugar and organic compounds D. transport water and mineral E. support the plant 16. When water enters guard cells, the stomata . A. Do not change B. Cannot carry on gas exchange C. Close D. Open E. Shrink 17. What do all the organ of the body have in common? A. Each contains the same kinds of cells

LabelX is .... . A. Hair roots, serves to absorb substances from the soil mineral B. cap root, serves to absorb substances from the soil minerals C.apical meristem, serves to penetrate the soil D.apical meristem, serves to absorb substances from the soil mineral E.cap root, serves to cover the apical meristem
18. The figure shows a cross section the structure of

dicot stem.

The meristem secondary isnumber. . A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 C. 5 19. The following are a varietytissue of leaf : 1. epidermis 2. palisade 3. sponge 4. Vascular tissue 5. Guard cell The process of photosynthesis in the leaves mostly occurs on the .... A. 2 and 3 B. 2 and 4 C. 3 and 4 D. 3 and 1 E. 5 and 1 21. A student doing a microscopic observation of onion root tip. He got a tissue that actively dividing cell in mitosis. The tissue is..... AParenchyma B.Sklerenkim C.Cellenchyma D.Meristem E.Epidermis 22. The function of epithelial tissue as ... A. Protection, reinforcement, absorption B. secretion, support, excretion C. protection, transportation , excretion D. support, protection, secretion E.protection, secretion, absorption

B. Each is composed of several different kind of tissue C.


Each of derived from ectoderm Each of derived from endoderm

E. Each can be considered part of the circulatory system 18. Look the picture below!

23. The cardiac muscle is an involuntary muscle, meaning. ... ... .... A. Quickly reaction B. controlled by autonomic nervous system. C. controlled by Central Nervous System D.contracts rapidly E. slowly reaction 24 A tissue has the following characteristics: 1. Dark and dirty 2. The source of collagen is arranged parallel forming one bundle 3. Found in hip bone joint Tissue that has those characteristics is. A. Hyaline cartilage B. Compact bone C. Elastic cartilage D. Fibrose cartilage E. Smooth muscle 25. Consider following the figure of nerve cell bellow! X

27. Differences between smooth muscle and skelet

muscle are as follows, except

28. Connective tissue, although quite diverse in

structure and location, do share a common theme, the connection between other types of tissue. Although all of the following seem to fit that criterion, one of the tissues listed is not a type of connective tissue. Which one? A. Blood B. Adipose tissue C. Muscle D. Cartilage E. Lymph
29. Which of the following is not example of smooth

muscle? A. Lining the blood vessels B. Iris of the eyes C. Wall of the digestive tract D. Cardiac E. Intestine

The function of part X is to A. Receive stimuli B. Continue stimuli to another nerve cell C. Control all of nerve cell activities D. Response to stimuli E. Continue stimuli to cental nervous
26. Which of the following list of tissues consists of

The figure shows different type of muscle!

only animal tissues?


A. Epithelial tissues, vascular tissues and nerve tissues The figure A,B and C are B. Schlerenchyma tissues, muscle tissues A. Skeletal muscle, smooth muscle and and adipose tissues striated muscle C. Epithelial tissues, muscular tissues and B. Skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle and nerve tissues smooth muscle D. Muscular tissues, vascular tissues and C. Skeletal muscle, smooth muscle, cardiac nerve tissues muscle E. Epithelial tissues, vascular tissues and D. Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, skeletal parenchyma muscle Smooth muscle Skeletal muscle E. Smooth muscle,skeletal muscle,cardiac The location of cell The location of cell muscle nucleus nucleus is inside 32. System involved in communication and is in the middle integration of information included in all of It has no fibril and It has fibril and the following systems except. myofibril myofibril A. The nervous system Cells are dense and Cells have no branch smooth It has no autonomic It has autonomic 3 nerve nerve Voluntary Involuntary

B. The immune system

C. The endocrine system

D. The sensory system The motoric system i. ii. 33. The tissue illustrated below is.. Tissue type Function


A. Connective Tissue


B. Muscle Tissue


Cuboidal epithelium Adipose tissue Squamous epithelium Connective tissue Columnar epithelium 34. Which of the following are NOT connective tissues? Blood Tendon Bone Adipose tissue Cardiac 35. The tissue illustrated below is..

C. Epithelial Tissue


D. Nervous Tissue

Covering and lining

E. Epithelial Tissue


A. B. C. D. E.

squamous epithelium stratified columnar epithelium columnar epithelium squamous stratified epithelium transitional epithelium 36. Which muscle tissue moves bones? 39.The outside of blood vessels is lined with.... A. Cuboida l epithelium
B. Squamous epithelium

striated voluntary muscle smooth voluntary muscle smooth involuntary muscle cardiac muscle fibrous muscle 37. The tissue illustrated below is

C. Transitional epithelium D. Columnar epithelium

E. Stratified columnar

striated muscle E.cartilage adipose blood squamous epithelium 38.Match the tissue type with the function. except

40. Where is ciliated columnar epithelium not found in. A. the kidney tubule B. lining the fallopian tubes C. lining the trachea D. lining the small intestine E. oviduct