CBSE Class: 6 NCERT Science Chapter: 7 exercise questions and answers | GETTING TO KNOW PLANTS
1 . Correct the given statements followed and rewrite after correcting them in your said notebook.
(a) Stems absorb the water and minerals from the said soil.
(b) Leaves hold the said plant upright.
(c) Roots conduct water to leaves.
(d) The number of petals and the sepal in a said flower is to be are always equal.
(e) If sepals of a said flower are joined together, it’s petal.s are then also then said to be joined together.
(f) If the petals of a said flower are to be joined together, then the pistil is to be also then is said to joined to the petal.
(a) Roots absorb the water and minerals from the said soil.
(b) Roots hold the said plant upright.
(c) Stem conducts water to leaves.
(d) The number of the petals and the sepal.s in a said flower is to be are not always equal.
(e) If sepals of a said flower are joined together, it’s petals are also then said to joined together.
(f) If the petals of a said flower are to be joined together, then the pistil is also to be then said to joined to the petal.
2 . Draw (a) a leaf., (b) a taproot. and (c)and a flower., you have studied for and from the Table 7..3..
a) a leaf
b) a taproot
c) a flower
3 . Can you possibly however find a plant, in your house or in your neighborhood or nearby, which has a long but also a weak stem? Write the said plant’s name. In which category would you be classifying it then?
A cucumber plant is a plant with a fragile which means weak stem found in the area. It has a long thin fragile stem that is generally spread on the ground. So it is known as a creeper.
4 . What is the function of a stem in a said plant?
The function of the stem in a said plant are
- Conducts water that then goes to leaves and other parts of the plant attached to the stem of the plant through narrow tubes present in it .
- Food also travels through it.
- And also conducts minerals.
5. Which of the following given leaves have a reticulate venation type? Wheat., tulsi., maize,, grass, coriander. (dhania), China rose..
From the given plants whose leaves have reticulate venation are
- coriander (dhania)
- china rose
6. If a plant has fibrous root, then what type of leaf venation are its leaves said most likely to have?
If a plant has fibrous type of root, then it is said mostly likely to have parallel kind of leaf venation.
7. If a plant has leaves with reticulate venation, what kind of roots type would most likely it have?
If a plant has a reticulate type of leaf venation, then it is said most likely to have a taproot kind of root.
8. Is it somehow possible for you to find out that the whether a said plant has taproot type or fibrous roots type by looking at the impression of its leaf on a sheet of paper?
Most likely indeed, we can see if a plant has a taproot or a fibrous roots type by checking out at the impression of its leaf on a piece of paper.
9. Write down the names of the parts of a flower.
The names of the parts of a said flower are listed below:
- Which of the following plants listed below, have you seen? Of those that you have seen. which one has flowers?
Grass., maize., wheats., chili., tomatoes. tulsis, pipals, shishams., banyans, mangoes., jamuns, guavas, pomegranates, papayas, bananas, lemons., sugarcanes, potatoes, groundnuts, teas.
From the above, the following listed plants have flower and most probably have seen are
- Name the part(s) of the plant that produces its food. Name this process.
The said part of the plant that produces food is the leaves.
Also, the process through which the leaves are able to do so is known as photosynthesis.
12. In which part of a flower, are you likely to find the ovary of it?
In the pistil of a said flower we are said to find the ovary of a flower.
13. Name two flowers, that consists of each with joined and separated sepals.
The two flowers with the said conditions are
with each joined sepals
with each sepals seperated
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