NCERT Class VIII Science Solutions: Chapter 8-Cell Structure and Functions Part 6

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Question 34:

Label the parts A to E in the given as Fig. diagram.

Result for Label the parts in diagram (Q)

Label the Parts in Diagram (Q)

Result for Label the parts in diagram (Q)

Answer:

Result for Label the parts in diagram (A)

Label the Parts in Diagram (A)

Result for Label the parts in diagram (A)

Question 35:

Classify the following terms into cells, tissues and organs and write in the tabular column given below.

RBC, WBC, Nerve cell, blood, muscle, blood vessels, brain, heart, hand

Answer:

Cell, Tissue and Organ
cell, tissue and organ

Cell

Tissue

Organ

RBC

Blood

Blood vessels

WBC

Muscle

Heart

Nerve cell

Nerve

Hand

Brain

Question 36:

Read the following statements and write the appropriate term against each statement.

  1. I control the functions of a cell. Who am I? .................

  2. I am like a policeman. I do not allow anything and everything to get in and out of the cell. Who am I? .................

  3. I transfer characters from parents to offsprings. Who am I? ..................

Answer:

  1. I control the functions of a cell. Who am I? Nucleus

  2. I am like a policeman. I do not allow anything and everything to get in and out of the cell. Who am I? Cell membrane

  3. I transfer characters from parents to offsprings. Who am I? Genes/Chromosomes

Question 37:

Fill in the blanks with the terms given in the box below:

Nucleus, chromosomes, cell wall, cell membrane, protoplasm, cytoplasm, ribosome, cell organelles

The outermost layer of plant cells is the __________ beneath which is the __________. The term __________ refers to the jelly-like substance containing all the __________. The __________ contains thread-like structures called __________.

Answer:

The outermost layer of plant cells is the cell wall beneath which is the cell membrane. The term cytoplasm refers to the jelly-like substance containing all the cell organelles. The nucleus contains thread-like structures called chromosomes.

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