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SECTION B

1)    Draw the labeled diagram of areolar tissue.Mention uses of

2)    What are properties of vertebrates?

3)    How do poriferans differ from coelenterates ?

4)    What are the differences between gymnosperms and angiosperms?

5)     Fill the table

Kingdom

Organization Level

Examples

Cell wall

a)

Organ level

Periplanata

b)

Fungi

Cell and tissue based

c)

d)

 

6)    Name the kingdom in which blue-green algae is present? Describe its structure.

7)    Where are areolar tissues found?

8)    Why is the shell of the coconut so hard?

9)    What is the function of

a)    Guard cells

b)    Cork cells

10) How are glandular epithelium formed? In which subcategory is placed? What is its function?

11)  What is the type of tissue located at the tip of our nose? how is different from bone tissue.

12) How does the bone retains its strength even after several years of life? How does it grow?

13) What is function of blood?

 

SECTION C

14) Draw a  neat and labeled diagram of

a)    Euglena

b)    Paramecium

15) Which group is called amphibian of plant kingdom? Why?  label the diagram of pteridophyte (Marsilea ).

 

 

1)    Name the kingdom in which blue-green algae is present? Describe its structure.

2)    Where are areolar tissues found?

3)    Why is the shell of the coconut so hard?

4)    What is the function of

a)    Guard cells

b)    Cork cells

5)    How are glandular epithelium formed? In which subcategory is placed? What is its function?

6)     What is the type of tissue located at the tip of our nose? how is different from bone tissue.

7)    How does the bone retains its strength even after several years of life? How does it grow?

8)    What is function of blood?

 

SECTION C

9)    Draw a  neat and labeled diagram of

a)    Euglena

b)    Paramecium

10) Which group is called amphibian of plant kingdom? Why?  label the diagram of pteridophyte (Marsilea ).

d)

 

c)

 

b)

 

a)

 

 

11) What are cryptogames? Draw a labeled diagram of Hydra.

12) Identify the groups which they belong to and give 2 examples of its members :

a)    Sucker in parasites     and segmented body

b)    Blood does not flow in blood vessels but also in body cavity. It also has ‘joined legs’.

c)    It is cold-blooded and it also has two chambered heart.

d)    It has lungs in larval stage and can breath through its skin.

e)    It has hard exoskeleton and has pores called ostia in its body

f)     It shows sexual dimorphism(males differ from female) and some of its members cause disease like elephantiasis.

13) Write the differences in the follow :

a)    Poriferans and coelenterates

b)    Annelids and arthropods

c)    Amphibians and reptiles

14) Write scientific names of :

a)    Frog

b)    Mango

c)    Cockroach

What are the difference between Mammals and Aves?

15) Fill the Flow-Chart

 

Organization ChartOrganization Chart

 

16)Fill the following table based on your observation

Epithelial Tissues

Sr no

Name

Shape

Location

Function

1

a)

b)

c)

d)

2

e)

f)

g)

h)

3

i)

j)

k)

l)

4

Stratified squamous

m)

n)

o)

 

a)   

 

 

b)   

c)

 

 

 

c)   

 

d)   

 

 

17)Label the diagram and write a short note on each

a)

 

d)

 

 

e)

 

 
                                

b)

 

 
 

 


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