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  • 1. Nutrition in Plants - Quiz


    1. The pigment present in the leaves of the plants which is responsible for the photosynthesis is
    a) keratin
    b) chlorophll
    c) serotonin
    d) photoreceptor

    2. Plants get carbon dioxide from
    a) Soil
    b) Sand
    c) Leaves
    d) Air

  • 2. Nutrition in Animals - Quiz


    1. Dentine is :
    a) Hard protective covering on the tooth
    b) The cavity which contains nerves and blood vessel in a tooth
    c) The soft invisible covering present in a tooth
    d) The nerve that connects tooth and the brain

    2. The inner layer of the stomach releases
    a) Water
    b) Blood
    c) Minerals
    d) Digestive juices

  • 3. Fibre to Fabric - Quiz


    1. _____ and _____ yield wool found in South America
    a) Goat and Sheep
    b) Angora Goat
    c) Llama and Alpaca
    d) Yark and Sheep

    2. Woollen clothes are prepared from?
    a) Wool worms
    b) Carbon compounds
    c) Fleece of sheep
    d) Cotton plants

  • 4. Heat - Quiz


    1. Mercury is widely used in clinical thermometer because:
    a) Mercury is cheap
    b) Mercury has a constant coefficient of expansion
    c) Mercury is clearly visible
    d) It is fashionable to use mercury

    2. The capacity to do work is called:
    a) Force
    b) Movement
    c) Energy
    d) Momentum

  • 5. Acids, Bases and Salts - Quiz


    1. Washing soda is :
    a) Na2CO3
    b) NaCl
    c) NaHCO3
    d) NaOH

    2. The formula of zinc oxide is:
    a) CaO
    b) ZnO
    c) CuO
    d) MgO

  • 6. Physical and Chemical Changes - Quiz


    1. Why is rusting of iron a chemical change?
    a) Because it changes its colour
    b) Because a new substance is formed
    c) Because it become powdery
    d) None of these

    2. The crystal that are obtained after crystallization are:
    a) 10% pure
    b) Between 20% to 50% pure
    c) More than 90% pure
    d) Between 50% to 90% pure

  • 7. Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals to Climate - Quiz


    1. Sheeps in _________ region have thicker fur than the sheeps living in ___________region.
    a) Cold, warm
    b) Warm, cold
    c) Hot, warm
    d) Warm, hot

    2. _______ maintains balance in a monkey.
    a) Tail
    b) Hands
    c) Legs
    d) None

  • 8. Winds, Storms and Cyclones - Quiz


    1. During the formation of rain, when water vapour changes back to liquid in the form of rain drops:
    a) Heat is released
    b) Heat is absorbed
    c) Heat is first absorbed and then released
    d) There is no exchange of heat

    2. Which of the following plays an important role in the early-warning systems for cyclones?
    a) Helicopters
    b) Submarines
    c) Stars
    d) Satellites

  • 9. Soil - Quiz


    1. Soil profile means_________
    a) Layers of the soil
    b) Composition of the soil
    c) Texture of the soil
    d) None of these

    2. Which of the following kills the organism in the soil?
    a) Metallic substance
    b) Earthern pots
    c) Glass ware
    d) Polythene bags and plastics

  • 10. Transportation in Animals and Plants - Quiz


    1. ___________filter the blood and collect the waste in kidneys.
    a) Nephrons
    b) Ureters
    c) Urinary bladders
    d) Veins

    2. When the muscles of the heart contract
    a) Blood flows from the lungs into the left auricle
    b) Blood is pumped from the right ventricle into the lungs
    c) Blood is pumped into the right auricle from all over the body
    d) None of the above

  • 11. Reproduction in Plants - Quiz


    1. Sweet potatoes reproduced from
    a) Modified leaves
    b) Modified roots
    c) Modified stem
    d) Modified flowers

    2. In fungi which of the following grow into a new plant?
    a) Bacteriophage
    b) Spores
    c) Eggs
    d) Cutting

  • 12. Respiration in Organisms - Quiz


    1. Air goes from pharynx to
    a) tranchea
    b) bronchus
    c) bronchi
    d) bronchiole

    2. To prevent the entry of food into the trachea, the opening is guarded by
    a) Glottis
    b) Hard palate
    c) Soft palate
    d) Epiglottis

  • 13. Motion and Time - Quiz


    1. Which of the following does NOT make use any kind of periodic motion to measure time?
    a) Sundial
    b) Table clock
    c) Wall clock
    d) None of these

    2. What is the total distance covered by the end of 14 minutes ?
    a) 10 m
    b) 12 m
    c) 14 m
    d) 20 m

  • 14. Electric Current and its Effects - Quiz


    1. Which of the following does not belong to the group formed by the others?
    a) Wooden ruler
    b) Copper coin
    c) Steel spoon
    d) Iron nail

    2. If you place a compass near a current conducting wire, it will:
    a) Get charged
    b) Get deflected
    c) Get hot
    d) Glow brightly

  • 15. Light - Quiz


    1. The speed at which the light travels in vacuum is:
    a) 3 x 108 m/s
    b) 3 x 10m/s
    c) 3 x 1010 m/s
    d) 3 x 1012 m/s

    2. Nature of the shadow depends on :
    a) the relative distance between the source of light and the object
    b) the relative size of the source of light and the object
    c) the angle between the source of light and the object
    d) all of the above

  • 16. Water - Quiz


    1. Water in its pure form is a :
    a) good conductor of heat
    b) bad conductor of heat
    c) good conductor of electricity
    d) none of these

    2. Ice floats on water because:
    a) Ice is lighter than water
    b) Ice is heavier than water
    c) Ice is cooler than water
    d) Ice is a solid

  • 17. Forests Our Lifeline - Quiz


    1. Highest quantity of energy occurs in the
    a) primary producers
    b) herbivores
    c) Carnivores
    d) decomposers

    2. What does the diagram represent ?
    a) Food chain
    b) Evolution of plants and animals
    c) Life cycle of plants and animals
    d) Interdependence of plants and animals