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COMPLEX PERMANENT TISSUE 
Q.1 Fill in the blanks:  
a) Xylem transports____________ and ___________ from soil. 
b) Phloem transports ___________ from ___________ to other parts of the plant. 
c) _________ have tubular cells with perforated walls and are living in nature. 
d) In ___________ conduction is mostly unidirectional.  
 
Q.2 Choose the correct alternative:  
1) Which of the following components of xylem is living.  
i) Tracheids                                                            ii) Vessels 
iii) Xylem parenchyma                                         iv) Xylem sclerenchyma 
 
2) Which of the following components of phloem is absent in monocot stem. 
i) Sieve tubes                                                         ii) Companion cells 
iii) Bast fibres                                                        iv) Phloem parenchyma 
 
3) Which cell does not have perforated cell wall? 
i) Tracheids                                                            ii) Companion cells 
iii) Vessels                                                              iv) Sieve tubes                                                       
 
4) The transport system in a flowering plant consists of xylem and phloem. With 
regards to both types of tissue, select the correct statement from the following. 
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COMPLEX PERMANENT TISSUE 
Q.1 Fill in the blanks:  
a) Xylem transports____________ and ___________ from soil. 
b) Phloem transports ___________ from ___________ to other parts of the plant. 
c) _________ have tubular cells with perforated walls and are living in nature. 
d) In ___________ conduction is mostly unidirectional.  
 
Q.2 Choose the correct alternative:  
1) Which of the following components of xylem is living.  
i) Tracheids                                                            ii) Vessels 
iii) Xylem parenchyma                                         iv) Xylem sclerenchyma 
 
2) Which of the following components of phloem is absent in monocot stem. 
i) Sieve tubes                                                         ii) Companion cells 
iii) Bast fibres                                                        iv) Phloem parenchyma 
 
3) Which cell does not have perforated cell wall? 
i) Tracheids                                                            ii) Companion cells 
iii) Vessels                                                              iv) Sieve tubes                                                       
 
4) The transport system in a flowering plant consists of xylem and phloem. With 
regards to both types of tissue, select the correct statement from the following. 
i) Xylem carries food up from the roots and phloem carries minerals down the 
plant. 
ii) Xylem carries minerals up from the roots and phloem carries food and 
hormones down the plant. 
iii) Xylem carries hormones up from the roots and phloem carries food down the 
plant. 
iv) Xylem carries minerals down from the leaves and phloem carries food and 
hormones up the plant. 
 
5) The dead elements present in the phloem is 
i) Companion cells                                                 ii) Phloem fibres 
iii) Phloem parenchyma                                         iv) Sieve tube cells  
 
6) A stick of celery is left in a beaker containing a solution of blue food coloring. 
After two days the celery is taken out and it is seen that parts of the celery have 
turned blue, what is the name given to the blue part of the plant?  
i) Xylem                                           ii) Stomata 
ii) Phloem                                      iv) Leaf 
 
7) The wood in the trunks is mostly a collection of: 
i) Xylem cells 
ii) Phloem cells 
iii) Epidermis 
iv) Cambium cells 
8) In plant roots how are the xylem and phloem arranged. 
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COMPLEX PERMANENT TISSUE 
Q.1 Fill in the blanks:  
a) Xylem transports____________ and ___________ from soil. 
b) Phloem transports ___________ from ___________ to other parts of the plant. 
c) _________ have tubular cells with perforated walls and are living in nature. 
d) In ___________ conduction is mostly unidirectional.  
 
Q.2 Choose the correct alternative:  
1) Which of the following components of xylem is living.  
i) Tracheids                                                            ii) Vessels 
iii) Xylem parenchyma                                         iv) Xylem sclerenchyma 
 
2) Which of the following components of phloem is absent in monocot stem. 
i) Sieve tubes                                                         ii) Companion cells 
iii) Bast fibres                                                        iv) Phloem parenchyma 
 
3) Which cell does not have perforated cell wall? 
i) Tracheids                                                            ii) Companion cells 
iii) Vessels                                                              iv) Sieve tubes                                                       
 
4) The transport system in a flowering plant consists of xylem and phloem. With 
regards to both types of tissue, select the correct statement from the following. 
i) Xylem carries food up from the roots and phloem carries minerals down the 
plant. 
ii) Xylem carries minerals up from the roots and phloem carries food and 
hormones down the plant. 
iii) Xylem carries hormones up from the roots and phloem carries food down the 
plant. 
iv) Xylem carries minerals down from the leaves and phloem carries food and 
hormones up the plant. 
 
5) The dead elements present in the phloem is 
i) Companion cells                                                 ii) Phloem fibres 
iii) Phloem parenchyma                                         iv) Sieve tube cells  
 
6) A stick of celery is left in a beaker containing a solution of blue food coloring. 
After two days the celery is taken out and it is seen that parts of the celery have 
turned blue, what is the name given to the blue part of the plant?  
i) Xylem                                           ii) Stomata 
ii) Phloem                                      iv) Leaf 
 
7) The wood in the trunks is mostly a collection of: 
i) Xylem cells 
ii) Phloem cells 
iii) Epidermis 
iv) Cambium cells 
8) In plant roots how are the xylem and phloem arranged. 
i) Evenly spaced out across the roots 
ii) In bundles near the edge of the roots 
iii) In the center of the roots 
iv) All of the above 
 
9) The diagram shows an experiment whose purpose is 
i) To show that water evaporates from a leaf by transpiration 
ii) To show that water enters a plant through its roots 
iii) To show that a plant makes its own food by photosynthesis 
iv) To show the path of water through a plant 
 
 
Q.3 a) Identify the figure. What is its function?  
b) Label X,Y,W and Z 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
X 
Y 
 
W 
 
 
Z 
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COMPLEX PERMANENT TISSUE 
Q.1 Fill in the blanks:  
a) Xylem transports____________ and ___________ from soil. 
b) Phloem transports ___________ from ___________ to other parts of the plant. 
c) _________ have tubular cells with perforated walls and are living in nature. 
d) In ___________ conduction is mostly unidirectional.  
 
Q.2 Choose the correct alternative:  
1) Which of the following components of xylem is living.  
i) Tracheids                                                            ii) Vessels 
iii) Xylem parenchyma                                         iv) Xylem sclerenchyma 
 
2) Which of the following components of phloem is absent in monocot stem. 
i) Sieve tubes                                                         ii) Companion cells 
iii) Bast fibres                                                        iv) Phloem parenchyma 
 
3) Which cell does not have perforated cell wall? 
i) Tracheids                                                            ii) Companion cells 
iii) Vessels                                                              iv) Sieve tubes                                                       
 
4) The transport system in a flowering plant consists of xylem and phloem. With 
regards to both types of tissue, select the correct statement from the following. 
i) Xylem carries food up from the roots and phloem carries minerals down the 
plant. 
ii) Xylem carries minerals up from the roots and phloem carries food and 
hormones down the plant. 
iii) Xylem carries hormones up from the roots and phloem carries food down the 
plant. 
iv) Xylem carries minerals down from the leaves and phloem carries food and 
hormones up the plant. 
 
5) The dead elements present in the phloem is 
i) Companion cells                                                 ii) Phloem fibres 
iii) Phloem parenchyma                                         iv) Sieve tube cells  
 
6) A stick of celery is left in a beaker containing a solution of blue food coloring. 
After two days the celery is taken out and it is seen that parts of the celery have 
turned blue, what is the name given to the blue part of the plant?  
i) Xylem                                           ii) Stomata 
ii) Phloem                                      iv) Leaf 
 
7) The wood in the trunks is mostly a collection of: 
i) Xylem cells 
ii) Phloem cells 
iii) Epidermis 
iv) Cambium cells 
8) In plant roots how are the xylem and phloem arranged. 
i) Evenly spaced out across the roots 
ii) In bundles near the edge of the roots 
iii) In the center of the roots 
iv) All of the above 
 
9) The diagram shows an experiment whose purpose is 
i) To show that water evaporates from a leaf by transpiration 
ii) To show that water enters a plant through its roots 
iii) To show that a plant makes its own food by photosynthesis 
iv) To show the path of water through a plant 
 
 
Q.3 a) Identify the figure. What is its function?  
b) Label X,Y,W and Z 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
X 
Y 
 
W 
 
 
Z 
Q. 4 Difference between xylem and phloem (any two points).  
 
Q.5 Name the different components of xylem. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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