(a) Roots with stored food ______________ ______________
(b) Flowers with stored food ______________ ______________
(c) Insectivorous plants ______________ ______________
(d) Stems with stored food ______________ ______________
(e) Parasitic plants ______________ ______________
(f) Animals that depend on plants for shelter ______________ ______________
Question 2: Which part of the plant supplies water collected from the stem to the leaf ?
(a) Leaf blade
Question 3: Which of the following is responsible for green colour of the leaves?
(b) Leaf blade
Question 4: Which of the following stores the food in leaves?
Question 5: Which of the following is not required for photosynthesis?
(c) Carbon dioxide
Question 6: Venus flytrap has modified ....................... to trap insects.
(a) The ______________ is the flat part of a leaf.
(b) The ______________ on the lower surface of leaves absorb carbon dioxide from air.
(c) The extra food is stored in the for m of ______________ in plants.
(d) The leaves in cactus are reduced to ______________ .
(e) The ______________ has modified leaves in the for m of tubular pitcher-like structure with a lid.
(a) Stomata (i) Stem that stores food
(b) Potato (ii) Total parasite
(c) Cuscuta (iii) Tiny openings on the lower surface of leaves
(d) Sundew (iv) Absorption of energy from the sun
(e) Chlorophyll (v) Insectivorous plant
(a) The energy from the sun is absorbed by green leaves with the help of chlorophyll. ______________
(b) Animals depend directly or indirectly on plants for food. ______________
(c) Insectivorous plants grow in soil rich in nutrients. ______________
(d) During photosynthesis, plants give out carbon dioxide through the stomata. ______________
(e) Croton plant appears red because it lacks chlorophyll. ______________
Question 10: Define photosynthesis.
Question 11: List any two plant parts that store food. Give two examples each.
Question 12: Why do plants make their own food?
Question 13: What is midrib? What is its function?
Question 14: What are insectivorous plants? Give two examples.
Question 15: What are the three things for which animals depend on plants? What are the three things for which plants depend on animals?
Question 16: What happens during photosynthesis?