Q1. Observe the figure given below:
Identify A, B and C.
(a) A – Air, B – Carotene, C – Carbon dioxide
(b) A – oxygen, B – Chlorophyll, C – Carbon dioxide
(c) A – Carbon dioxide, B – Chlorophyll, C – Oxygen
(d) A – Air, B – Chlorophyll, C – Oxygen
Q2. Study the following table.
Identify the options, correctly matching the reproductive organs in a flower.
(a) A and D
(b) B and C
(c) C and D
(d) None of these
Q3. Choose the odd one out from following options.
(a) A and B
(b) C and D
(c) A, B and D
(d) D and E
Q4. Consider the following animals.
Select from these the animal, which has following two characteristics: Oviparous, Have internal fertilization
(a) All except A and F
(b) Only A and F
(c) A, B and E
(d) A, B, C and E
Q5. The pseudopodia of Amoeba are used for
(b) Movement and capture of food
(c) Sensing the food
(d) Capture of food
Q6. If you carefully dig a grass plant and observe its roots and leaves you will find that it has
(a) Taproots and parallel venation
(b) Taproots and reticulate venation
(c) Fibrous roots and reticulate venation
(d) Fibrous roots and parallel venation
Q7. An animal pops out its stomach through its mouth to eat the soft material of those animals which are covered by hard shell of calcium carbonate. After opening the shell and eating the soft material the stomach goes back into the body of the animal to slowly digest the food. The name of this animal is
Q8. The metamorphosis of tadpoles is not possible if the water in which they are growing does not contain sufficient
Q9. Consider the following statements.
A. Plants can survive for some time even without photosynthesis.
B. Plants can survive for some time even without respiration.
C. Photosynthesis and respiration both are essential for the survival of plants.
D. Photosynthesis and respiration both are simultaneous processes in plants during daytime.
(a) A, B and C
(b) A, B and D
(c) B, C and D
(d) A, C and D
Q10. Which type of leaf pattern, i.e. leaf venation and root type are present in bamboo?
(a) Parallel venation and fibrous root
(b) Reticulate venation and tap root
(c) Parallel venation and tap root
(d) Reticulate venation and fibrous root