Chapter 6 Tissues

A group of cell that perform similar function are tissue. In a organism how a very minute cell control and coordinate to perform similar function is all about the origin of living organism. Plants and animals are made of different tissue thats why plant are hard to touch but animals are soft. Let's read more of different types of tissues how they organise to form different organs.

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  • Q1 Name the tissue responsible for movement in our body.

    1. Muscular tissue, 2. Nervous tissue, a mix of both tissues are important for development in our body.

    Q2 What does a neuron look like?

    A neuron comprises a cell body with a nucleus and cytoplasm, from which long thin hair-like parts emerge. Every neuron has a solitary long part called the axon, and some little, short expanded parts called dendrite. An individual nerve cell is known as a neuron, it very well might be up to a meter long.
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    Q3 Give three features of cardiac muscles.

    Features of cardiac muscles
    (1) Heart muscles (cardiovascular muscles) are round and hollow, stretched and uninucleated.
    (2) They are striated muscle fibres.
    (3) They are compulsory muscles, and can't be constrained by us.

    Q4 What are the functions of areolar tissue?

    Areolar tissues are connective tissues found in animals. It is found among skin and muscles, around veins and nerves and in the bone marrow.
    It occupies the space inside the organs, upholds inner organs and helps in the maintenance of tissues.

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