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NSO Olympiad Standard 2 - Chapter PLANTS

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NSO Olympiad Standard 2 - Chapter PLANTS

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NSO Olympiad Standard 2 - Chapter PLANTS

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Swayam
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Creation Date:
22/07/2020

Category:
Science

Number of questions: 11
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Plants give us foodgrains. What are the examples of such grains? Wheat and rice Maize and barley Gram and pulses All of these.
We get gum from the __________ tree. Acacia Oak Bamboo Jasmine.
Sameer describes a plant that he has seen in a field. Identify the plant. "It is a small bushy plant with hard stem and branches. We get soft fibre from it which is used for stuffing pillows. Jute plant Cotton plant Coconut plant Money plant.
How is young plant different from an adult plant? The adult plant has roots but the young plant does not. The adult plant has a stem but the young plant does not. The adult plant has flowers but the young plant does not. The adult plant does not need air but the young plant does.
What will happen to a plant if we remove all the leaves from it? It will stop making food. It cannot stand upright on the ground. It will stop transporting food and water to all other parts. It will stop absorbing nutrients and water from the soil.
Select the INCORRECT statement out of the following. Rubber is made from stem juice of a shrub. Paper is made from stem pulp of a tree. Sugar is made from stem juice of a grass. Mustard oil is obtained from seeds of a herb.
Select the correct match out of the following: Tiger - Growl Elephant - Trumpet Monkey - Chatter All of these.
Select the habit that we should NOT follow: Throwing stones at animals Overloading the load carrying animals Tying firecrackers on the tail of stray animals All of these.
Ravi was asked to make four groups each with three animals which are useful to humans in a similar way. But he made a mistake. Select the option with mistake. Sheep, Yak, Rabbit Cow, Goat, Buffalo Hen, Duck, Goose Elephant, Honey bee, Crocodile.
Which of the following statement is correct? Grass-eating animals have strong and broad back teeth to grind their food. Flesh-eating animals have pointed teeth to tear the flesh. Some animals have sharp front teeth both in upper and lower jaw to break open fruits and nuts. All of these.
Select the option which on unscrambling gives the name of the home of dog. ENLKNE YTS ESBLTA EHVI.
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