Tissues are a very important chapter for students, and Aakash provides the best study material to help the students. They can refer and prepare their notes for the year-end assessments. These NCERT solutions are provided in a chapter-wise fashion. Here, in this study content, students can find detailed explanations for all the topics and are explained in an easy language, along with the examples, diagrams, and flowchart in a more available format. By following this format, we assure you that the students will better understand and score more marks than before.
Tissues are made up of a collection of cells with a similar structure and act together to perform a well-defined function. There are four different types of animal tissues: connective, muscle, nervous, and epithelial tissue. In plants, these are divided into three types: vascular, ground, and epidermal. It also talks about different types of connective tissues in plants, animals, and humans, along with a detailed analysis of the difference between xylem and phloem.
There are four basic tissues: the epithelial tissue, the connective tissue, the muscle tissue, and the nervous tissue.
|Chapter 1 Matter in Our Surrounding||Chapter 2 Is Matter Around Us Pure||Chapter 3 Atoms and Molecules|
|Chapter 4 Structure of the Atom||Chapter 5 The Fundamental of Unit of Life||Chapter 7 Diversity in Living Organism|
|Chapter 8 Motion||Chapter 9 Force and Law of Motion||Chapter 10 Gravitation|
|Chapter 11 Work and Energy||Chapter 12 Sound||Chapter 13 Why Do We Fall Ill|
|Chapter 14 Natural Resources||Chapter 15 Improvement in Food Resources||Chapter 16 Light|
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