Test: Nutrition In Plants - 1


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QUESTION: 1

Plants make their own food by the process of

Solution:

Plants make their food by a process called Photosynthesis. Plants convert carbondioxide and water into energy (food) in the presence of sunlight, hence the name Photosynthesis (in Greek phos- "light", and, synthesis- "putting together).

QUESTION: 2

The green colour of plants is due to presence of

Solution:

The green colour of plants is due to presence of chlorophyll inside the chloroplast. Chlorophyll is essential for photosynthesis.

QUESTION: 3

Which of the following, one element has not been proven to be essential in plants

Solution:

The criterion specifies the irreplaceability of any essential element. For example, sodium cannot be essential simply because it can substitute for some mode of action of potassium in plant nutrition.

QUESTION: 4

Which one is an herbivorous organism?

Solution:

The organisms that feed on only plant or plant part are called herbivores. Cow is an herbivores organism.

QUESTION: 5

Which of the following component of food provide us energy

Solution:

Carbohydrates provide us energy. Protein is essential for body building. Vitamins and minerals protect us from disease

QUESTION: 6

In non-green plants and animals mode of nutrition is

Solution:

The process by which living organism obtains their food is called mode of nutrition. In non-green plants and animals mode of nutrition is heterotrophs as they obtain food from plants or other animals.

QUESTION: 7

The bacterium which provides nitrogen to the leguminous plants is 

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Animals which eat the flesh of other animals are called

Solution:

The animals which eat the flesh of other animals are called carnivores. Tiger, lion etc are example of carnivorous animals.

QUESTION: 9

The small pores present on the leaves are called

Solution:

The small pores present on the leaves of plant are called stomata. Stomata help in exchange of gases and transpiration.

QUESTION: 10

Ultimate source of energy for all living organisms is

Solution:

Sun is the ultimate source of energy for all living organism. The solar energy captured during photosynthesis is used by all organism as source of energy.

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