Test: Food - 2


20 Questions MCQ Test Science Class 5 | Test: Food - 2


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QUESTION: 1

We taste food by ______ in our tongue,                                           

Solution:

Taste buds in our tongue help us to taste food.

QUESTION: 2

Pick the odd one out.

Solution:

A weed is an unwanted plant.

QUESTION: 3

A weed is _______.

Solution:

A weed is an unwanted plant.

QUESTION: 4

Herbicides are used to:

Solution:

Herbicides are used to remove the weeds.

QUESTION: 5

Manure increases the _______.

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QUESTION: 6

What is the lack of availability of food called?

Solution:

Lack of availability of food is called famine.

QUESTION: 7

The famine can either be natural or _______?

Solution:

A famine can either be natural or manmade.

QUESTION: 8

Lack of rain brings:

Solution:

Brought is the condition when there is no rain.

QUESTION: 9

Food web is a collection of:

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QUESTION: 10

Which of these eats leaves?

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

 Read the statements and choose the correct options. Statement A: In chemical preservation, soil is used to conserve the food items. Statement B: We should pack the food with extra care while we are going on travel. Statement C: We can pack all the food items together in a box. Statement D: Airtight tiffin?s are used to pack clothes.

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

What should be done before packing the fruits?

Solution:

We should clean the fruits by washing them with water and should then pack them after drying.

QUESTION: 13

 Directions: Fill in the blanks.

There are a few types of farmers who give us different__ (13) __ items. The dairy farmers raise __ (14) __ giving animals. The __ (15) __ farmers raise ducks and chickens for __ (16) __ and __(17)__. The field farmers are those who grow __ (18) __.

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Directions: Fill in the blanks.

There are a few types of farmers who give us different__ (13) __ items. The dairy farmers raise __ (14) __ giving animals. The __ (15) __ farmers raise ducks and chickens for __ (16) __ and __(17)__. The field farmers are those who grow __ (18) __.

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

 Directions: Fill in the blanks.

There are a few types of farmers who give us different__ (13) __ items. The dairy farmers raise __ (14) __ giving animals. The __ (15) __ farmers raise ducks and chickens for __ (16) __ and __(17)__. The field farmers are those who grow __ (18) __.

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

Directions: Fill in the blanks.

There are a few types of farmers who give us different__ (13) __ items. The dairy farmers raise __ (14) __ giving animals. The __ (15) __ farmers raise ducks and chickens for __ (16) __ and __(17)__. The field farmers are those who grow __ (18) __.

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

Directions: Fill in the blanks.

There are a few types of farmers who give us different__ (13) __ items. The dairy farmers raise __ (14) __ giving animals. The __ (15) __ farmers raise ducks and chickens for __ (16) __ and __(17)__. The field farmers are those who grow __ (18) __.

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

Directions: Fill in the blanks.

There are a few types of farmers who give us different__ (13) __ items. The dairy farmers raise __ (14) __ giving animals. The __ (15) __ farmers raise ducks and chickens for __ (16) __ and __(17)__. The field farmers are those who grow __ (18) __.

Solution:

Field farmers grow fruits, vegetables, cereals and pulses in their fields.

QUESTION: 19

Tell the exact sequence of farming in the fields. Plants are given insecticides to prevent them from insects. Weeds are removed. The plants are watered properly. We sow the seeds, The field is ploughed thoroughly. Harvesting is done.

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

Directions: Read the passage and answer the questions below:

When there is lack of availability of food, this situation is called famine. Sometimes, the volcanic eruptions, floods and droughts are the reason for it. These natural calamities destroy the crops. Sometimes improper storage of food spoils it and brings the situation of famine, there have been many deaths due to lack of food in many years. Our body needs all the vitamins and minerals for proper functioning and growth. When it does not receive some nutrients, it falls prey to diseases. Lack of nutrition is called malnutrition. There are many diseases such as kwashiorkor, marasmus and scurvy which are malnutrition diseases.

Q. How do natural calamities bring the famine?

Solution:

Natural calamities destroy the crops in the fields and hence bring famine.

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