EXTRA QUESTIONS: -
Answer the following Questions: -
Questions: 1. Which part of plants give us jute and coir?
Answer: Jute comes from the stem of jute plants, while coir comes from the husk of coconut fruit.
Questions: 2. What is ginning?
Answer: The process of removing cotton seeds from cotton pods is called ginning.
Questions: 3. What is spinning?
Answer: The process of making yarn from fibre is called spinning.
Questions: 4. Mention uses of jute fibre?
Answer: Jute is used mainly for making gunny bags, shopping bags, ropes, carpets, etc.
Questions: 5. Write the name of some manmade fibre?
Answer: Rayon, nylon, polyester, acrylic, etc.
Questions: 6. Write the name of animal fibre?
Answer: Silk and wool.
Questions: 7. What is caterpillar?
Answer: The larva of silk-moth is called caterpillar.
Questions: 8. Why do we need to wear clothes?
Answer: Clothes protect us from heat, cold and rain.
Multiple type questions: -
Questions: 1. Which of the following is obtained from natural sources?
Answer: (a) Wool
Questions: 2. Which of the following is obtained from animals?
(a) Jute and cotton.
(b) Nylon and polyester
(c) Wool and silk
(d) Rayon and acrylic
Answer: (c) Wool and Silk
Questions: 3. Silk worms are reared on which of these?
(a) On leaves of mulberry plant
(b) On the leaves of banyan plant
(c) On the leaves of spinach plant
(d) On the leaves of cotton plant
Answer: (a) On leaves of mulberry plant
Questions: 4. Which of the following animals give wool?
(a) Sheep and yak
(b) Elephant and tiger
(c) Cow and dog
(d) Snake and duck
Answer: (a) Sheep and yak
Questions: 5. Which of the following is obtained from hair of an animal?
Answer: (d) Wool
Questions: 6. What is the name of process which involves pulling and twisting of strands of a fibre?
(d) None of these.
Answer: (c) Spinning
Questions: 7. Which is the right time to cut jute plants?
(a) Flowering stage
(b) Mature stage
(c) Before flowering stage
(d) Any time after flowering.
Answer: (a) Flowering stage
Questions: 8. Which part of the jute plant does give fibre?
Answer: (b) Stem