A. phloem cells B. epidermal cells
C. cambial cells D. xylem cells
A. suberin B. cellulose C. lignin D. pectin
A. providing support B. mineral movement
C. conduction of food D. conduction of water
A. parenchyma B. collenchyma
C. sclerenchyma D. none of these
A. organ B. simple tissue
C. any tissue D. compound tissue
A. multinucleated B. dead cell
C. nucleated D. enucleated
A. intercellular spaces and uniform thickening
B. deposition on corners
C. deposition on angles
D. deposition in form of bands
A. collenchyma, parenchyma
B. collenchyma and sclerenchyma
C. parenchyma and sclerenchyma
D. collenchyma and chlorenchyma
E. chlorenchyma and parenchyma
A. Epithelial tissue B. Connective tissue
C. Muscular tissue D. Nervous tissue
A. The nature of matrix differs according to the function of the tissue.
B. Epithelial tissue have intercellular spaces between them.
C. Fats are stored below the skin and in between the internal organs.
D. Cells of striated muscles are multinucleate and unbranched.