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SIMPLE PERMANENT TISSUE 
Q.1 Choose the correct alternative: 
1) Simple tissues are 
a) Parenchyma, xylem and collenchyma 
b) Parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma 
c) Parenchyma, xylem and sclerenchyma 
d) Parenchyma, xylem and phloem. 
 
2) The most common type of ground tissue is  
a) Epidermis 
b) Collenchyma 
c) Sclerenchyma 
d) Parenchyma 
 
3) Whose living cells provide tensile and mechanical strength?  
a) Collenchyma 
b) Sclerenchyma 
c) Phloem 
d) Sclereids 
 
4) ___________ gives flexibility in plants 
a) Parenchyma 
b) Xylem 
c) Collenchyma 
d) Sclerenchyma 
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SIMPLE PERMANENT TISSUE 
Q.1 Choose the correct alternative: 
1) Simple tissues are 
a) Parenchyma, xylem and collenchyma 
b) Parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma 
c) Parenchyma, xylem and sclerenchyma 
d) Parenchyma, xylem and phloem. 
 
2) The most common type of ground tissue is  
a) Epidermis 
b) Collenchyma 
c) Sclerenchyma 
d) Parenchyma 
 
3) Whose living cells provide tensile and mechanical strength?  
a) Collenchyma 
b) Sclerenchyma 
c) Phloem 
d) Sclereids 
 
4) ___________ gives flexibility in plants 
a) Parenchyma 
b) Xylem 
c) Collenchyma 
d) Sclerenchyma 
5) Husk of coconut is made of 
a) Sclerenchyma 
b) Collenchyma 
c) Chlorenchyma 
d) Parenchyma 
 
Q.2 Answer in one line: 
1) Name three types of simple tissues of plants 
2) Which chemical is deposited at the corner of cells in collenchyma? 
3) Which type of simple tissue of plants is used for making ropes? 
4) Which chemical is deposited in the cell wall of sclerenchyma? 
5) Give one function of Collenchyma 
 
Q.3 Distinguish between: 
1) Sclerenchyma and Parenchyma 
2) Sclerenchyma and Collenchyma 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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SIMPLE PERMANENT TISSUE 
Q.1 Choose the correct alternative: 
1) Simple tissues are 
a) Parenchyma, xylem and collenchyma 
b) Parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma 
c) Parenchyma, xylem and sclerenchyma 
d) Parenchyma, xylem and phloem. 
 
2) The most common type of ground tissue is  
a) Epidermis 
b) Collenchyma 
c) Sclerenchyma 
d) Parenchyma 
 
3) Whose living cells provide tensile and mechanical strength?  
a) Collenchyma 
b) Sclerenchyma 
c) Phloem 
d) Sclereids 
 
4) ___________ gives flexibility in plants 
a) Parenchyma 
b) Xylem 
c) Collenchyma 
d) Sclerenchyma 
5) Husk of coconut is made of 
a) Sclerenchyma 
b) Collenchyma 
c) Chlorenchyma 
d) Parenchyma 
 
Q.2 Answer in one line: 
1) Name three types of simple tissues of plants 
2) Which chemical is deposited at the corner of cells in collenchyma? 
3) Which type of simple tissue of plants is used for making ropes? 
4) Which chemical is deposited in the cell wall of sclerenchyma? 
5) Give one function of Collenchyma 
 
Q.3 Distinguish between: 
1) Sclerenchyma and Parenchyma 
2) Sclerenchyma and Collenchyma 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ANSWERS 
Q.1) 
1) b   2) d   3) b   4) c   5) a 
Q.2)  
1) Parenchyma, sclerenchyma and Collenchyma are the three types of simple tissues in a plant. 
2) Pectin and cellulose are deposited at the corner of cells in collenchyma 
3) Sclerenchyma tissue of a plant is used to make ropes 
4) Lignin is deposited in the cell wall of Sclerenchyma 
5) Collenchyma provides mechanical strength as well as flexibility to the plants 
 
Q. 3) 1)  
Sclerenchyma Parenchyma 
1) It is a dead tissue 1) It is a living tissue 
2) The cells have a deposition of lignin 2) The cells are generally unlignified 
3) The cells are thick walled 3) The cells are thin walled 
4) It provides mechanical strength 4) It stores nutrients and water especially in the 
stems and roots. 
 
2)  
Sclerenchyma Collenchyma 
1) It is a dead tissue 1) It is a living tissue 
2) The cells have a deposition of lignin 2) Some cells have a deposition of cellulose 
3) The cells are thick walled 3) The cells have localized thickening  
4) It provides mechanical strength 4) It gives flexibility to the plants 
 
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