NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Biology Chapter 6
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NCERT Grade 11 Biology Chapter 6, Anatomy of Flowering Plants is from Unit 2, Structural Organisation in Plants and Animals. To study the internal structure of an organism, one finds several similarities as well as differences. This chapter introduces you to the internal structure and functional organisation of higher plants.
In this chapter, The Tissues, Meristematic Tissues, Permanent Tissues, The Tissue System, Epidermal Tissue System, The Ground Tissue System, The Vascular Tissue System, Anatomy of Dicotyledonous And Monocotyledonous Plants, Dicotyledonous Root, Monocotyledonous Root, Dicotyledonous Stem, Monocotyledonous Stem, Dorsiventral (Dicotyledonous) Leaf, Isobilateral (Monocotyledonous) Leaf, Secondary Growth, Vascular Cambium, Cork Cambium and Secondary Growth in Roots will be studied with the help of flow-charts, diagrams and figures.
Anatomically, a plant is made of different kinds of tissues. The plant tissues are broadly classified into meristematic and permanent. Assimilation of food and its storage, transportation of water, minerals and photosynthates, and mechanical support are the main functions of tissues. The study of these tissues, their composition, functions and types shall be learnt in detail in this chapter. NCERT Grade 11 Biology Chapter 6, Anatomy of Flowering Plants is from Unit 2, Structural Organisation in Plants and Animals. Unit 2 is a combination of 3 chapters and holds a weightage of 5% in the NEET examination and a weightage of 12 marks in the final examination.
Get 100 percent accurate NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Biology Chapter 6 (Anatomy of Flowering Plants) solved by expert Biology teachers. We provide solutions for questions given in Class 11 Biology text-book as per CBSE Board guidelines from the latest NCERT book for Class 11 Biology. The topics and sub-topics in Chapter 6 Anatomy of Flowering Plants are given below.
EX 6.1 - The Tissues
EX 6.1.1 - Meristematic Tissues
EX 6.1.2 - Permanent Tissues
EX 6.2 - The Tissue System
EX 6.2.1 - Epidermal Tissue System
EX 6.2.2 - The Ground Tissue System
EX 6.2.3 - The Vascular Tissue System
EX 6.3 - Anatomy of Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous Plants
EX 6.3.1 - Dicotyledonous Root
EX 6.3.2 -Monocotyledonous Root
EX 6.3.3 - Dicotyledonous Stem
EX 6.3.4 - Monocotyledonous Stem
EX 6.3.5 - Dorsiventral (Dicotyledonous) Leaf
EX 6.3.6 - Isobilateral (Monocotyledonous) Leaf
EX 6.4 - Secondary Growth
EX 6.4.1 - Vascular Cambium
EX 6.4.2 - Cork Cambium
EX 6.4.3 - Secondary Growth in Roots.
We cover all exercises in the chapter given below:-
Chapter 6 Exercises - 12 Questions with Solutions.
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