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Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 1

Which of the following plants will not be able to survive?

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Plants require stem, leaves, roots for its survival. In this, plant (a) does not have roots in it. Plant (b) does not have leaves and plant (c) does not have stem. So only plant (d) can survive because it has all the parts(roots, stem and leaves) in it.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 2

The part of the plant which grows above the ground.

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Shoot is the part of the plant which grows above the ground and root is the part of the plant which grows below the ground.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 3

To which category does this animal in the figure belong?

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Horse is a plant eater animal so, it is a herbivore.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 4

 Animals that eat both plants and flesh of other animals.

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Animals which eat only plants are called Herbivores. Animals which only eat flesh are called Carnivores. Animals which eat both plants and flesh are called Omnivores.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 5

Select the animal which gives birth to a young one.

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Whales are marine mammals which give birth to young ones.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 6

Among the following, who is known as a producer?

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Plants are autotrophs or producers which make or manufacture their food by their own.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 7

The function of Long and thick Trunk of Elephant is-

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 7

 Elephants trunk break branches and leaves, it also sucks water and blows into the mouth.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 8

The animal lives on trees-

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Monkey is an arboreal animal which has a habitat on trees.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 9

In desert plants, leaves are modified into thorns. How do thorns help a plant?

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Leaves in desert plants get modified into thorn to avoid vaporisation of weather through transpiration. So it helps in storage of water.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 10

Which of the following animals can change body colouring to protect themselves from their enemies?

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Chameleon is an animal which changes the colour of the body according to its habitat to protect from predators.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 11

Look the sentence below:
“ LOST ANIMAL: The animal we seek is an amphibian it feeds on insects only. You will be amazed by the number of eggs that it can lay ”
Based on given information, which of the following statements is true about the lost animal?

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 11

Amphibians are carnivores which live both on land and water. These animals lay eggs. Eg. FRog, Crocodile.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 12

Small openings present on leaves help in exchange for games.

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Stomata are small openings present on the lower surface of leaves which help in exchange of gases.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 13

Select the odd one out on the basis of feedings on flesh of dead animals.

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Lion is a carnivore while Vulture, Eagle and Hyena are Scavengers.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 14

Fibrous root is present in-

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Bananas have fibrous roots.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 15

Select the modified stem from the following.

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Potato is a modified stem and carrot, Radish are roots.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 16

Study the following chart:

Grass → x → Y → Snake

Identify x and y from the following

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Grass is eaten by Grasshoppers and Frog eats grasshoppers. It is a Food Chain.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 17

Match the Column:

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 17

Margin is the out of leaf whereas Laminais the broad thin flat structure of leaf which possesses a network of Veins. Lamina is also known as leaf blade.Stomata helps in exchange of gases and Midline of leaf is called vein.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 18

Fruits provide protection to the __________.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 18

Seeds are protected by the fruits.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 19

Choose the correct option
(i) Fruit is a fleshy part of a tree
(ii) Shoot grows below the ground
(iii) Flower is the reproductive part of a plant
(iv) Roots absorb food from soil and transport it to the leaves.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 19

Shoot is the part of the plant which grows above the ground. Roots absorb water and dissolved nutrients from the soil and transport it to the different parts of the plants.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Plants and Animals - Question 20

Trunk  is the main stem of the tree. It divides into many branches higher up in the tree. The _____ of the tree protects the trunk.

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The bark is an outer covering of dead tissue, which protects the trunk of the tree from weather, insects and mechanical injury.

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