Olympiad Test: Living Organisms And Their Surroundings -1


20 Questions MCQ Test Science Olympiad Class 6 | Olympiad Test: Living Organisms And Their Surroundings -1


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QUESTION: 1

Which among these children made a correct statement?

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QUESTION: 2

Which of the following characteristics of a glass of water mean that it cannot be considered alive?

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QUESTION: 3

Some yeast, sugar and water are mixed in a test-tube. The diagrams show the testtube at the start and after one hour.

Q. Which process causes this change?

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QUESTION: 4

Excretion, irritability and reproduction are characteristics of:

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Plants and animals have all the following characteristics: excretion, irritability and reproduction. Let's talk firstly about the plants.
Plants can excrete through stomatal pores in the leaves. The main metabolic reactions that occur in a plant that produces these residues are cellular respiration and photosynthesis.  However, this place isn't the only that works as a way of excretion. Plants also excrete solid or slimy things. Talking about irritability, plants can have a reaction about all kind of stimulus, as chemical as phisical. For instance, the lights, the weather, animals around it, temperature and chemical changes inside the plants. About reproduction, plants can reproduce inside the gyno, the female sexual organ of plants. The gynoecium consists of the ovary, which produces and stores the eggs. In the eggs there are also the sex cells of the plant. Now talking about the animals, they have all sort of process, but is more complex than plants. You have about nine phylus in Animal Kingdom, and all sort of phylus has your unique excretion, irritability and reproduction.

QUESTION: 5

Look at the following picture carefully. Which of the following characteristic of living organisms it is showing?

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QUESTION: 6

One of the characteristics of living organisms is that they all respire by:

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QUESTION: 7

The following picture is an example of plants. The picture is of ___________

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QUESTION: 8

Which of the following organisms is not ultimately dependent on the sun as a source of energy?

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QUESTION: 9

What is the term which refers to all the chemical energy transformations that occur within a cell?

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Metabolism is the set of life-sustaining chemical processes that enable organisms to transform the chemical energy stored in molecules into energy that can be used for cellular processes.
So, the correct option is 'metabolism'

QUESTION: 10

Soham set up two small aquariums at home. He placed three rainbow fish in each aquarium but he put hydrilla plants in aquarium A only. After some time he observed that that the fish swam freely in aquarium A but the fish in aquarium B swam near the water surface.

Q. He concluded that the hydrilla plants_____________.

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QUESTION: 11

Study the diagram as shown below.

Q. Which one of the following is an example of Y?

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QUESTION: 12

Study the diagram below:

Q. Which group of items can you put into box A?

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QUESTION: 13

John set up two tanks. He placed three guppies in each tank but he put hydrilla plants in Tank A only. John found that the fish swam freely in Tank A but the fish in Tank B swam near the water surface.

Q. At night, both the guppies and the hydrilla plants take in and give out .

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QUESTION: 14

Some green beans were placed on some damp cotton wool in a dish and placed in a dark corner. A few days later, the beans started to grow into seedlings. The beans get their food for growth from the ________________.

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QUESTION: 15

Which of the following describes respiration?
Ananya: Animals take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen.
Sanchit: Animals take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide.
Saumya: Plants take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen.
Ranchit: Plants take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide.

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QUESTION: 16

Animals have structural and behavioural adaptations which enable them to survive in their natural habitats.


Q. By looking at the picture of the head of the fish, which of the following is true of how this organism survives in its natural habitat?

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QUESTION: 17

The following aquatic animals are grouped according to their breathing adaptations. Which group of animals does not breathe in the same way?

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QUESTION: 18

Which of the following animals have the correct form of adaptation?

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QUESTION: 19

Animals use different parts of their bodies to move around.
In the following table, the body parts used by the corresponding animals are matched. Which animal is matched incorrectly?

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QUESTION: 20

Based on the diagrams of the dolphin and the fish (not drawn to scale), which characteristic they share in common?


1. They both have whiskers.
2. Each has a tail to propel itself forward in the water.
3. Both have gills to breath.
4. Both are warm blooded.

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