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Plant Life - 1 Class 5 Worksheet Science

Q1: Match the following

Plant Life - 1 Class 5 Worksheet Science

Q2: Which process is being shown in the picture?

Plant Life - 1 Class 5 Worksheet Science

Q3: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).


(i) What is the process by which plants make their own food?
(a) Respiration
(b) 
Digestion
(c) 
Photosynthesis
(d) 
Transpiration

(ii) What are the tiny openings on the surface of leaves called?
(a) 
Stomata
(b) 
Chlorophyll
(c) 
Veins
(d) 
Roots

(iii) Which part of the plant absorbs water and nutrients from the soil?
(a) 
Leaves
(b) 
Stems
(c) 
Roots
(d) 
Flowers

(iv) Which part of the plant is responsible for reproduction?
(a) 
Leaves
(b) 
Stems
(c) 
Roots
(d) 
Flowers

(v) What is the main function of the stem in a plant?
(a) 
Absorb water and nutrients
(b) Support the plant and transport water and nutrients
(c) Reproduction
(d) 
Photosynthesis

Q4: Name the parts of the flower marked.

Plant Life - 1 Class 5 Worksheet Science

Q5: Fill in the blanks


(i) Plants make their own food through a process called ___________.

(ii) The green pigment in plants that helps them make food is called ___________.

(iii) The main parts of a plant are roots, stem, ___________, and flowers.

(iv) The process of a seed growing into a new plant is called ___________.

(v) ___ helps a plant to reproduce.
Plant Life - 1 Class 5 Worksheet Science

Q6: True or False.


(i) All plants have flowers.

(ii) Plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen during photosynthesis.

(iii) The stem is the part of the plant that transports water and nutrients.

(iv) Germination occurs only in the presence of sunlight.

(v) Leaves are not necessary for photosynthesis.

(vi) Seeds which are very light with hair or wings on them are easily dispersed by explosion.

(vii) Nature has its own way of dispersal of seeds.

(viii) Soil plays an important role in the plant growth.

(ix) A baby plant absorbs nutrients and minerals from the soil with the help of its stem.
Plant Life - 1 Class 5 Worksheet Science

(x) A baby plant absorbs nutrients and minerals from the soil with the help of its root.

Q7: Short Answer Questions.


(i) What are the main parts of a plant? List them.

(ii) What are the functions of leaves in a plant?

(iii) What are the two types of roots? Give an example of each.

(iv) What is the role of chlorophyll in photosynthesis?

(v) What are the three main factors that affect the process of photosynthesis?


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1. What are the different parts of a plant?
Ans. The different parts of a plant include the roots, stem, leaves, flowers, and fruits. Each part has its own unique function in the plant's growth and survival.
2. How do plants make their own food?
Ans. Plants make their own food through a process called photosynthesis. They use sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to produce glucose (sugar) and oxygen. This process takes place in the chloroplasts of the plant's cells, specifically in the green pigment called chlorophyll.
3. Why are flowers important for plants?
Ans. Flowers are important for plants because they are the reproductive structures. They produce pollen, which contains the male reproductive cells, and attract pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and birds. Pollination allows for the fertilization of the plant's ovules, leading to the production of seeds and the continuation of the plant species.
4. How do plants absorb water from the soil?
Ans. Plants absorb water from the soil through their roots. The roots have tiny root hairs that increase the surface area for water absorption. They also have a transport tissue called xylem, which carries water and minerals from the roots to the rest of the plant. This process is facilitated by a combination of osmosis, capillary action, and transpiration.
5. What is the importance of leaves in a plant?
Ans. Leaves are important for plants because they are the primary site for photosynthesis. They have a large surface area and contain chlorophyll, which captures sunlight for the process of photosynthesis. Leaves also regulate water loss through tiny openings called stomata and help in the exchange of gases with the atmosphere.
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