What is the difference between the nervous tissue and the nervous system?
What is supporting tissue? Name the supporting tissues of the plant and human body.
What is the relationship between a cell, a tissue, an organ and an organ system?
- None of the above
What is the unit of nervous tissues?
What is the function of ependymal cells?
Choose the wrong statement:
The nature of the matrix differs according to the function of the tissue
Fats are stored below the skin and in between the internal organs
Epithelial tissues have intercellular spaces between them
Cells of striated muscles are multinucleate and unbranched
What is the matrix of ligaments and tendons made up of?
Who discovered nerve cell?
- Cells of this tissue are mostly attached to bones and help in body movement.
- Cells of this tissue are highly specialised in being stimulated and impulse transmission.
- Cells of this tissue are embedded in a hard matrix composed of calcium and phosphorus.
- Cells of this tissue form a barrier to keep different body systems separate.
Which ion is in high concentration inside the axoplasm of the axon when neurons are resting?
- Nerve ending
- Spinal cord
- Cell organelles
- None of the above
Statement 2: Neurons are longest cells of the body and contains axon and cyton only.
- Only statement 1 is correct
- Only statement 2 is correct
- Both the statements are correct
- Both the statements are incorrect
Nervous tissue is made up of elongated cells known as
Neural tissue is made up of elongated cells called
- a - Dendrites, b - Nucleus, c - Axon, d - Cell body
- a - Axon, b - Dendrites, c - Cell body, d - Nucleus
- a - Dendrites, b - Cell body, c - Axon, d - Nucleus
- a - Axon, b - Cell body, c - Dendrites, d - Nucleus
- Nerve cell or neuron
- Muscle cell
- A combination of both A and B
- Either A or B
difference between different types of tissues
Nerve cells are long to conduct impulse from distance parts of the body to the brain.
- Schwann cell
- Nissls granules