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  • 1. Nutrition in Plants - Quiz


    1. Absorption of carbon dioxide by the plant from the atmosphere is represented by the arrow :
    a) 1
    b) 2
    c) 3
    d) none

    2. Few plants cannot synthesis food on their own and depend upon other plants and small animals. They are called heterotrophic plants. These heterotrophs are classified into :
    a) thallophytes and bryophytes
    b) saprophytes and parasites
    c) xerophytes and hydrophytes
    d) saprophytes and pteridophytes

  • 2. Nutrition in Animals - Quiz


    1. Our stomach expands when the food enters and contracts when it goes out. Thus the stomach can expand and contact.This is possible because our stomach is made of
    a) bones
    b) musces
    c) blood
    d) iron

    2. The study of teeth is called:
    a) Dentistry
    b) Dermatology
    c) Neurology
    d) Cardiology

  • 3. Fibre to Fabric - Quiz


    1. _________________ shawls are woven from fur of Kashmiri goat.
    a) Pashmina
    b) Parsi
    c) Kashmiri
    d) Simla

    2. Removal of fleece of sheep with skin is_________
    a) Shaving
    b) Refining
    c) Shearing
    d) None of these

  • 4. Heat - Quiz


    1. The SI unit of heat is :
    a) calorie
    b) joule
    c) dyne
    d) newton

    2. We cannot use mercury thermometer at low temperature because:
    a) Mercury freezes at low temperatures
    b) Glass might break down at low temperature
    c) Heat does not flow from the body whose measurement we are taking with the thermometer
    d) At low temperature mercury becomes transparent and it becomes difficult to take the reading

  • 5. Acids, Bases and Salts - Quiz


    1. Ascorbic acid (vitamin) is present in:
    a) Fruits and vegetable
    b) Tea
    c) Milk
    d) Ants

    2. Soluble bases are called:
    a) Salts
    b) Alkalis
    c) Acids
    d) All the three

  • 6. Physical and Chemical Changes - Quiz


    1. Some pieces of chalk were taken and mixed with water. In this change how many new substance are formed?
    a) 1
    b) 2
    c) 3
    d) No new substance is formed

    2. Which of the following is an antacid?
    a) Mg(OH)2
    b) NaOH
    c) H2SO4
    d) H2O

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


    1. Humidity is
    a) The amount of water vapour present in air
    b) The amount of air present in any region
    c) The amount of any liquid present in air
    d) The amount of elements and compound present in air

    2. _____________________is not an adaptation for self protection.
    a) Change in colour
    b) Migration
    c) Moving in groups
    d) Bearing eyelike patterns

  • 8. Winds, Storms and Cyclones - Quiz


    1. The wind on the earth do not flow in the exact north to south or south to north directions because:
    a) Of the rotation of the earth
    b) Of the season of the earth
    c) Of the shape of the earth
    d) All of these

    2. 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

  • 9. Soil - Quiz


    1. The removal of land surface by water, wind or ice is known as _________
    a) Erosion
    b) Seepage
    c) Sewage
    d) None of these

    2. Which of the following layer has more minerals?
    a) A-Horizon
    b) B-Horizon
    c) C-Horizen
    d) D-Horizen

  • 10. Transportation in Animals and Plants - Quiz


    1. Red blood cells are produced in
    a) Liver
    b) Brain
    c) Plasma
    d) Bone marrow

    2. Kidney are
    a) Bean-shaped
    b) Spherical
    c) Disc-shaped
    d) Fish-shaped

  • 11. Reproduction in Plants - Quiz


    1. In potatoes, new plants grow from
    a) Eyes of the modified stems
    b) Bulbs of the modified stems
    c) Buds on the leaflets
    d) Modified roots

    2. Which of the following constitute a pistil?
    a) Stigma, style and ovary
    b) Stigma, anther and ovary
    c) Stigma, stamen and ovary
    d) Pollen sac, style and ovule

  • 12. Respiration in Organisms - Quiz


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

    2. In man, which of the following structures is analogous to the spiracles of cockroach?
    a) Nostrils
    b) Alveoli
    c) Lungs
    d) Bronchioles

  • 13. Motion and Time - Quiz


    1. All of the following is a unit of speed except:
    a) Pounds per square inch
    b) Km/h
    c) m/s
    d) Miles per hour

    2. What was the speed of the body in between 5 and 13 minutes ?
    a) It was maximum
    b) It was zero
    c) It was 2m /s
    d) None of these

  • 14. Electric Current and its Effects - Quiz


    1. The shorter, thicker vertical line in the symbol of a cell represents:
    a) The negative terminal
    b) The positive terminal
    c) The direction of current
    d) All of these

    2. When the two terminals of a cell are connected directly with a wire, then:
    a) More electrical energy is stored in the cell
    b) No current flows
    c) The chemical get used up very fast
    d) The cell explodes

  • 15. Light - Quiz


    1. When the object is beyond the centre of curvature , a concave mirror forms the image :
    a) at centre of curvature
    b) at focus
    c) beyond centre of curvature
    d) between focus and centre of curvature

    2. We can create enlarged, virtual images with:
    a) Concave mirror
    b) Convex mirror
    c) Convex lens
    d) Plane mirror

  • 16. Water - Quiz


    1. When no more of a solid can be dissolved in a solvent, it is called:
    a) Unsaturated solution
    b) Saturated solution
    c) Colloidal solution
    d) None

    2. Water, ice and steam are all:
    a) Compounds
    b) Elements
    c) Mixtures
    d) None of these

  • 17. Forests Our Lifeline - Quiz


    1. Forests help
    a) To prevent floods
    b) To prevent diseases
    c) In soil erosion
    d) To prevent rainfall

    2. Which of the following produce food?
    a) Heterotrophs
    b) Autotrophs
    c) Saprotrophs
    d) Herbivores