Class 6 Science MCQ Chapter 7 Getting to know plants

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Class 6 Science MCQ Chapter 7 Getting to know plants

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Getting to know plants

Chapter – 7


(1) Which one is holding the plant upright?

(a) Leaves.

(b) Stem.

(c) Roots.

(d) Herbs.

Ans: (b) Stem.

(2) Plants with green and tender stems are called?

(a) Herbs.

(b) Shrubs.

(c) Tress.

(d) Creepers.

Ans: (a) Herbs.

(3) Some plants have the stem branching out near the base. The stem is hard but not very thick. Such plants are called?

(a) Tress.

(b) Creeps.

(c) Herbs.

(d) Shrubs.

Ans: (d) Shrubs.

(4) Some plants are very tall and have hard and thick brown stems. The stems have branches in the upper part, much above the ground. Such plants are called?

(a) Creeps.

(b) Trees.

(c) Herbs.

(d) Stem.

Ans: (b) Trees.

(5) Plants with weak stems that cannot stand upright and spread or the ground are called?

(a) Herbs.

(b) Stem.

(c) Creepers.

(d) Shrubs.

Ans: (c) Creepers.

(6) Green leaves make their food by the process of?

(a) Transpiration.

(b) Conductive.

(c) Reticulate.

(d) Photosynthesis.

Ans: (d) Photosynthesis.

(7) Name the part of the plant which conducts water for the plant?

(a) Leaves.

(b) Fruit.

(c) Roots.

(d) Flowers.

Ans: (c) Roots.

(8) Having leaves with parallel venation have?

(a) Conductive.

(b) Fibrous roots.

(c) Mid mir.

(d) Parallel venation.

Ans: (b) Fibrous roots.

(9) Which one is the part of the flower?

(a) Pistil.

(b) Petiol.

(c) Taproot.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (a) Pistil.

(10) Name the part of the plant which produces its food?

(a) Roots.

(b) Petiol.

(c) Leaves.

(d) Stem.

Ans: (c ) Leaves.

(11) Leaves give out water vapour through the process of?

(a) Transpiration.

(b) Reticulate.

(c) Venation.

(d) Mid rib.

Ans: (a) Transpiration.

(12) How many types of plants are there?

(a) Two types.

(b) Three types.

(c) Four types.

(d) Five types.

Ans: (b) Three types.

(13) Which one plant belongs to herbs?

(a) Tomato.

(b) Orange.

(c) Mango.

(d) Lemon.

Ans: (a) Tomato.

(14) From the following, which plants belong to shrubs?

(a) Potato.

(b) Tomato.

(c) Lemon.

(d) Carrot.

Ans: (c) Lemmon.

(15) Which one is an example of a tree?

(a) Orange.

(b) Mango.

(c) Carrot.

(d) Flowers.

Ans: (b) Mango.

(16) The design made by viens in a leaf is called?

(a) Reticulate venation.

(b) Leaf venation.

(c) Mid rib.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (b) Leaf venation.

(17) How many types of leaf venation are there?

(a) Two types.

(b) Three types.

(c) Four types.

(d) Seven types.

Ans: (a) Two types.

(18) The smaller roots that grow on the main tap root are called?

(a) Mid rib.

(b) Lateral roots.

(c) Taproot.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (b) Lateral roots.

(19) The roots which do not have any main root but all the roots are similar are called?

(a) Lateral roots.

(b) Taproots.

(c) Fibrous roots. 

(d) Mid rib.

Ans: (c) Fibrous roots.

(20) These are small bead- like structures inside the ovary, they are called?

(a) Venation.

(b) Ovule.

(c) Pistil.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (b) Ovule.

(21) The part of the leaf by which it is attached to the stem is called?

(a) Petiole.

(b) Vein.

(c) Pistil.

(d) Sepal.

Ans: (a) Petiole.

(22) The broad, green part of the leaf is called-? 

(a) Vein.

(b) Sepal.

(c) Petiole.

(d) Lamina.

Ans: (d) Lamina.

(23) There are various types of lines on the leaf . These lines are called?

(a) Sepal.

(b) Veins.

(c) Lamina.

(d) Pistil.

Ans: (b) Veins.

(24) There is a thick vein in the middle of the leaf, this vein is called?

(a) Mid rib.

(b) Veins.

(c) Sepal.

(d) Lamina.

Ans: (a) Mid rib.

(25) The innermost part of the flower is called?

(a) Sepal.

(b) Pistil.

(c) Vein.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (b) Pistil.

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