Control and coordination Worksheet-14

Control and coordination Worksheet-14

 

Subjective question:

  1. What is the stimulus in phototropism?

 

  1. What is the stimulus in geotropism?

 

  1. What is the stimulus in chemotropism?

 

  1. Give the scientific term used to represent the bending of a shoot towards the light.

 

  1. Give the scientific term used to represent the growth of root towards the earth.

 

  1. Give the scientific term used to represent the growth of pollen tube.

 

  1. Name a pigment which helps in coordination in plants alongwith phytohormones.

 

  1. What type of movement is shown by sensitive plant when touched with a finger?

 

  1. Name the gaseous plant hormone which helps in ripening of fruits.

 

  1. What is the main part of human nervous system?

 

  1. Name two systems of control and coordination in higher animals?

 

  1. Name the main region of fore brain.

 

  1. What are the long fibers of a neuron known as?

 

  1. What does the central nervous system in human consists of?

 

  1. Name the fluid which is filled in between meninges.

 

  1. Name the most important part of the brain.

 

  1. Name the hormone secreted by pituitary gland.

 

  1. Name the hormone secreted by pancreas.

 

  1. Name the hormone secreted by ovary.

 

  1. Name the hormone secreted by testes.

 

  1. Name the hormone secreted by thyroid gland.

 

  1. Name the hormone secreted by adrenal gland.

 

  1. Name the hormone secreted by parathyroid gland.

 

  1. What substances are made by endocrine glands?

 

  1. Where the hormones made in the body?

 

  1. What are the short fibers of a neuron known as?

 

  1. Tropism

 

  1. Phototropism

 

  1. Hydrotropism

 

  1. Geotropism

 

  1. Thigmotropism

 

  1. Thigmonastic movement

 

  1. Nastics

 

  1. Neuron

 

  1. Phytohormones

 

  1. Hormones

 

Answer:

  1. Light
  2. Earth
  3. Chemical substances
  4. Phototropism
  5. Geotropism
  6. Chemotropism
  7. Phytochrome
  8. Thigmonastic
  9. Ethylene
  10. Central nervous system
  11. Nervous and endocrine
  12. Cerebrum
  13. Axon
  14. Brain and spinal cord
  15. Cerebrospinal fluid
  16. Cerebrum
  17. Growth hormone
  18. Insulin, glucagons
  19. Oestrogen, progesterone
  20. Testosterone
  21. Thyroxin
  22. Adrenalin
  23. Parathrormone
  24. Hormones
  25. Endocrine glands
  26. Dendron
  27. -
  28. -
  29. -
  30. -
  31. -
  32. -
  33. -
  34. -
  35. -
  36. -