In class 9th students studied about the Fundamental Unit of Life I.e. Cell. These cells aggregate and differentiate to form tissues and assembly of different tissues forms different organs. The various organs perform their functions at the right time, so that they can work together efficiently. Therefore, some form of control is needed to coordinate their functions. NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 7, ‘Control and Coordination’ discusses how the nervous system works in humans & animals, how plants coordinate among themselves and hormones in animals.
Have you ever wondered why your pupils contract when exposed to light? Or, why does your mouth start watering while smelling your favorite dish? It is an involuntary and nearly instantaneous response to a stimulus. Students must refer to the objective and subjective type questions and answers given below on Control and Coordination - Class 10 NCERT, to learn more about the concepts and logic behind such actions.
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Interesting fact: Reflexes occur with us even having to think about them. There are different types of reflexes and every person has them. In fact, humans are born with most of them.