The Living World of Plants - Important Question Paper

6th Standard

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Science

Time : 01:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 50

    Part A

    11 x 1 = 11
  1. Pond is an example of ___________.

    (a)

    Marine Habitat

    (b)

    Freshwater Habitat

    (c)

    Deserts

    (d)

    Mountain

  2. The important function of stomata is _____________.

    (a)

    Conduction

    (b)

    Transpiration

    (c)

    Photosynthesis

    (d)

    Absorption

  3. Organs of absorption

    (a)

    Root

    (b)

    Stem

    (c)

    Leaf

    (d)

    Flower

  4. The habitat of water hyacinth

    (a)

    Aquatic

    (b)

    Terrestrial

    (c)

    Desert

    (d)

    Mountain

  5. Main axis of the shoot system is called____________.

    (a)

    stem

    (b)

    root

    (c)

    Leaf

    (d)

    buds

  6. On the lower side of the leaf there are tiny pores or openings known as ____________

    (a)

    Leaf base

    (b)

    mid rib

    (c)

    petiole

    (d)

    stomato

  7. World habitat day is observed on first Monday of________.

    (a)

    October

    (b)

    November

    (c)

    September

    (d)

    December

  8. _____________ is one of the fast growing plant during active growth phase.

    (a)

    Mango

    (b)

    Neem

    (c)

    Hibiscus

    (d)

    Bamboo

  9. ___________ is the longest river in the world.

    (a)

    Sutlej

    (b)

    Yellow

    (c)

    Nile

    (d)

    Congo

  10. Length of Nile river is_____________

    (a)

    6560 km

    (b)

    6650 km

    (c)

    6506 km

    (d)

    5606 km

  11. Air spaces in stems and petioles of ___________ plant are useful for floating in water.

    (a)

    lotus

    (b)

    water lily

    (c)

    water hyacinth

    (d)

    Agare

  12. Part B

    5 x 1 = 5
  13. Earth's surface is covered by ___________% of water.

    ()

      More than 70%

  14. The driest places on earth are __________.

    ()

      desert

  15. Fixation and absorption are the main functions of _____________.

    ()

      root

  16. Primary organs of photosynthesis are _____________.

    ()

      leaves

  17. Tap root system present in __________ plants.

    ()

      dicotyledonous

  18. Part C

    6 x 2 = 12
  19. Arrange in correct sequence
    Leaves - Stem - Root - Flower.

  20. Arrange in correct sequence
    Transpiration - Conduction - Absorption - Fixation.

  21. Classify the plants on the basis of their habitat.

  22. Identify the desert plants from the following - Cactus, Hydrilla, Mango and Rose.

  23. Define the term habitat.

  24. Relate the terms leaves and photosynthesis.

  25. Part D

    2 x 5 = 10
  26. Make a list of the functions of root and stem.

  27. Study the given concept map. Connect them correcting by drawing arrow marks. Complete the map by filling in the blanks.

  28. Part E

    4 x 3 = 12
  29. Why do you call jasmine plants, a twiner?

  30. Compare the tap root and fibrous root systems.

  31. Distinguish between terrestrial and aquatic habitats.

  32. List out the plants present in your school garden.

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