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Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 1

Which of the following fruits is used as spices?

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Chilly is a fruit that is used as a spice in cooking. Ginger and onion are spices but they are not fruits. They are underground stems.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 2

Which of the following is an edible root?

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Radish is a root part of the carrot plant.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 3

Which part of the plants given below is eaten as food? 

            

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Cauliflower and broccoli are flower parts of a plant that we eat.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 4

Bees store honey in which of the following places?

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Bees keep honey in their nest which is known as bee hive.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 5

Which of the following gives us milk and meat?

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Goats give us both milk and meat.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 6

Based on nutrition, lizard belongs to which of the following groups?

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Lizard eat insects. It is a carnivore.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 7

Honeybee belongs to the group

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Bee is a herbivore. It feeds on plant juices.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 8

Which of the following foods provide proteins?

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Sprouted pulses provide more proteins required by the body, whereas bread, rice and biscuits provide more carbohydrates

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 9

Which of the following plant roots are edible?

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Carrot is an underground storage root.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 10

Which part of a mustard plant is edible?

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Seeds of mustard are used for oil and spices while leaves are used as
vegetables.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 11

Which of the following pairs consists of a herbivore and a carnivore?

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Deer is a herbivore and crocodile is a carnivore.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 12

Which of the following plants seed is NOT edible?

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Mango fruit can be eaten raw or ripe but the seed is not eaten.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 13

Which of the following plant seeds is/are give us edible oil?

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We get oil from coconut, mustard and groundnut.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 14

Which of the following animals is an omnivore?

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Rats are omnivores, but many prefer meat when they can get it. House and brown rats usually use humans as their primary food source. They will scavenge through trash or eat any food that is left unprotected.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 15

Which of the following is NOT a consumer?

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Peepal is a producer because it is a tree and prepares its own food by the process of photosynthesis.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 16

Which part of the plant is cabbage?

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So cabbage is an underdeveloped compact leafy bud enclosing the growing stem tip. The internodes between leaves are small and they... Cabbage is morphologically the vegetative bud of the plant. It consists of the tip of growing stem with rounded, overlapping leaves. 

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 17

Birds like hen, duck and turkey are categorized under which of the following groups?

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Animals which provide meat and eggs are called poultry birds.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 18

Which of these eat flesh of dead animals?

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Animals that eat flesh of dead animals are called scavengers. Vulture is a nature's scavenger.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 19

Which of the labelled food products are obtained from plants? 

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In the given question mango and sugar are obtained from plants.

Olympiad Test: Food-Where Does It Come From - Question 20

Identify Q in the given figure. 

 

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In the given venn diagram P represent carrot a plant part, Q represents honey that is obtained from both plant and animal source and R represents eggs that is an animal source.

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