Protecting the plant from environmental factors such

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protecting the plant from environmental factors such as hightemperatures, pathogens, chemical exposures e.g. radiations. Theyinclude:Pavement cellsStomatal guard cellsTrichomes
What’s MoreActivity: Ask me a Problem!Problem:Which is generally larger, an animal or plant cell?_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.Problem:Vacuoles are most similar to what other organelle foundin both plant and animal cells? Why?_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.Problem:Which of the following cellular components are seen inplant cells and not in animal cells?_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.Problem:Why are chloroplasts found in plant cells and not inanimal cells?_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.Problem:What is the name of the process by which plant cellsconvert sunlight into energy a cell can use for biological functions?_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.
Activity: Mix and Match!Directions: Match column A with columns B and C.ABC1. Fat Cellsa. Collenchymaa. Animal Cell2. Sex Cellsb. Parenchymab. Plant Cell3. White Blood Cellsc. Xylem4. Promotes blood clottingd. Gametes5. Transport of water andminerals from the roots tothe leavese. Chondrocytes6. Cartilage Cellsf. Erythrocytes7. Oxygen-carrying Cellsg. Leukocytes8. They participate in severalmechanisms of the planincluding photosynthesis,food storage, secretion ofwaste materials.h. Platelets9. They give support to theplant areas that are growingand maturing in length.Since the cell wall lackslignin, it remains supplegiving the plant parts likeyoung stems, young roots,and young leaves plastic(stretchable) support.i. Phloem10. Transport of sugar from theleaves down to the otherparts of the plants.j. Adipocytes
What I Have Learned1.There are four types of tissues found in animals: epithelial tissue,connective tissue, muscle tissue, and nervous tissue.2.Epithelial tissues are classified into simple squamous(simplest of theepithelia), simple cuboidal, simple columnar, pseudostratified columnar,stratified squamous and transitional epithelium.3.Connective tissues are classified into areolar, adipose, reticular, dense,hyaline cartilage, fibrocartilage and bone (osseous).4.Bones can be referred to as either a tissue (osseous) or an organ.a.Bone referred to as a connective tissue because it consists of cells.It has extracellular matrix (ground substance and fibers). Thisliving/dynamic tissue is capable of growth and repair.b.Bone referred to as an organ (particular bones of the body) consistsof osseous tissue, nervous tissue, epithelial and muscle tissue(blood vessels) e.g. femur (thigh bone), humerus (upper arm bone),clavicle (collar bone), sternum (breastbone)5.Muscle tissues are classified into skeletal, cardiac and smooth6.Nerve tissues are irreplaceable, incapable of reproduction andregeneration. At birth, the human brain consists of 100 billion neurons.7.Plant tissues maybe classified into meristematic and permanent.Permanent tissues maybe classified into simple and complex.

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