Descriptive mind map of the chapter tissues .
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Plant tissues are divided into:
- Meristematic tissues
- Permanent tissues
Meristems - specialized region of cell division where growth is restricted
Based on the structural differences, plant permanent tissues are of two types:
Simple permanent tissues
Complex permanent tissues
Simple permanent tissues:
Complex Permanent Tissues
1. Epithelial tissues
2. Connective tissues
3. Muscular tissues
4. Nervous tissues
On the basis of shape and functionality, epithelial tissues are classified as squamous, cuboidal and columnar epithelium.
Epithelial cells can be flat (squamous), cube-shaped (cuboidal) or elongated (columnar).
Nervous tissues –Highly specialised tissues present in the brain, spinal
cord, and nerves.
Neuron – It is the functional unit of nervous tissue
A neuron consists of a cell body, an axon, and a dendrite.