Class 9 Science Chapter 6 Tissues MCQs with Answer keys

CBSE Class 9 Science Chapter 6 Tissues MCQs  (Multiple Choice Questions with Answers)

Here is a compilation Class 9 Science Chapter 6 Tissues MCQs with Answers.  Students can practice free MCQs as have been added by CBSE in the new exam pattern. At the end of Multiple- Choice Questions, the answer keys also has been provided for your ready reference. As you may know, “Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)” are a type of test where you have to choose one or more correct answers from a list of options. The test will give you a question and several possible answers to choose from.

Class 9 Science Chapter 6 Tissues MCQs

Q.1. Cells with evenly thickened, hard, lignified walls are seen in: 

(a) sclerenchyma 

(b) collenchyma

(c) striated muscle cells

(d) parenchyma


Q.2. The flexibility in plants is due to _______________tissue.      

(a) permanent tissue

(b) collenchyma

(c) sclerenchyma

(d) prosenchyma


Q.3. The tissue composed of the living, thin-walled, polyhedral cell 

(a) collenchyma

(b) parenchyma

(c) sclerenchyma

(d) striated muscle


Q.4. Areolar connective tissue is found:

(a) between skin and muscle

(b) around blood vessel

(c) around nerves and bone marrow

(d) All of these


Q.5. Two slides of plant tissues, parenchyma and sclerenchyma, are shown to you. You can identify the sclerenchyma by the: 

(a) position of nucleus

(b) size of the cell

(c) thickness of cell wall

(d) location of nucleus


Q.6. Plant cells with thickened walls at corners and non-lignified cell walls are seen in:

(a) Parenchyma

(b) Collenchyma

(c) Aerenchyma

(d) Epidermal cell


Q.7. Each neuron has a single long part called:      

(a) dendrite

(b) axon

(c) cell body

(d) cytoplasm


Q.8. Branched muscle fibres interconnected by oblique bridges are:

(a) unstriated muscle fibres

(b) striated muscle

(c) cardiac muscle fibres

(d) skeletal muscle fibres


Q.9. Given below is a list of different types of muscles in a human body, 

(i) Smooth

(ii) Striated

(iii) Cardiac

(iv) Skeletal

Which of the above-mentioned muscles are termed involuntary?

(a) (i) & (ii)

(b) (i) & (iii)

(c) (ii) & (iii)

(d) (ii) & (iv)


Q.10. Light and dark bands can be seen in: 

(a) cardiac muscle

(b) smooth muscles

(c) striated muscles

(d) unstriated muscles


Q.11. Which of the following statements is incorrect? 

(a) Some tissues in plants divide throughout their lifespan.

(b) Animals have more dead tissues as compared to plants.

(c) Cells in animals are more uniform as compared to plants.

(d) There is no demarcation of dividing and non-dividing regions in animals.


 Q.12. The characteristic feature of sclerenchyma is: 

(a) living cells with highly thickened walls

(b) living cells with thin walls

(c) dead cells with thin walls

(d) dead cells with thickened walls


Q.13. The shape of striated muscle cells is: 

(a) cylindrical

(b) spindle-shaped

(c) elongated with tapering ends

(d) spherical


Q.14. Which one of the following is not a characteristic feature of parenchyma tissue?

(a) Cells are thin-walled.

(b) Cells are thick at the corners.

(c) A large single vacuole is present in each cell.

(d) Large cells are placed together with intercellular spaces.


Q.15. A student was asked to write the characteristic feature of a nerve cell, after viewing it under the microscope. What will be the correct feature? 

(a) A cell body with branched cytoplasmic extensions at one end and a long projection at the other end 

(b) Oval cells with lobed nucleus

(c) Loosely packed cells floating in matrix

(d) Spindle-shaped cells with bands


Answer Key for Class 9 Science Chapter 6 Tissues MCQs