Class 10 Science Chapter 8 MCQ

Class 10 Science Chapter 8 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) of How do Organisms Reproduce. MCQs online tests are helpful for the preparation of chapter during the exams. Grade 10 Science chapter 8 MCQ contains questions based on intext and exercises from the NCERT Textbook.

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Class 10 Science Chapter 8 MCQ Online Test for 2020-2021

Class: 10Science
Chapter: 8How do Organisms Reproduce
Contents:Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) Tests

Class 10 Science Chapter 8 MCQ with Answers for 2020-21

Class 10 Science Chapter 8 MCQ Online Test Papers provide an ample practice to prepare the complete chapter for exams. Practice with these questions to clear all the concepts related to 10th Standard Science Chapter 8 How do organisms reproduce. All the questions are strictly confined to Latest NCERT Books for Class 10 Science only.

Q1

Consider the following statements and choose the correct one:

[A]. Reproduction by human beings ensure that the human species will continue to exist on this earth for all the time to come.
[B]. Reproduction gives rise to more organisms with the same basic characteristics as their parents.
[C]. The production of new organisms from the existing organisms of the same species is known as reproduction.
[D]. All the above
Q2

Neetu is completed her science chapter where she wrote some statements. She wants to know whether the statements are correct or not? Neetu wants to take help from you:

[A]. Most of the fungi bacteria and non-flowering plants such as ferns and mosses reproduce by the method of spore formation.
[B]. Spores are a kind of roots of plants and under favorable condition spores grow to a new plant.
[C]. In spore formation, the parent plant produces hundreds of microscopic reproductive units called as spores.
[D]. The spore formation method of asexual reproduction is used by unicellular organisms as well as by multicellular organisms.




Q3

In human females, an event that reflects onset of reproductive phase is

[A]. Growth of body
[B]. Changes in hair pattern
[C]. Change in voice
[D]. Menstruation
Q4

Offspring formed as a result of sexual reproduction exhibit more variations because

[A]. Sexual reproduction is a lengthy process
[B]. Genetic material comes from two parents of the same species
[C]. Genetic material comes from two parents of different species
[D]. Genetic material comes from many parents




Q5

Which among the following statements are true for unisexual flowers?

[A]. They possess both stamen and pistil, and Unisexual flowers possessing only stamens cannot produce fruits
[B]. They possess either stamen or pistil, and They exhibit cross pollination, and Unisexual flowers possessing only stamens cannot produce fruits.
[C]. They exhibit cross pollination, and Unisexual flowers possessing only stamens cannot produce fruits.
[D]. They possess both stamen and pistil, and They exhibit cross pollination, and Unisexual flowers possessing only stamens cannot produce fruits.
Q6

In a quiz competition, you are asked a question where you have to choose the statement which is/ are incorrect?

[A]. The material which carries genetic information from the parents to the offspring is DNA.
[B]. The new organisms produced by one parent through a sexual reproduction which are genetically identical to the parent are called clones.
[C]. Dolly the sheep hit the headlines in 1997 as the first successfully produced animal clone.
[D]. The two DNA molecules formed by replication will be similar and be exactly identical to the original DNA.




Q7

Recently, in a science class test, you are asked a question where you have to say whether the statements are correct or not?

[A]. A zygote is a single cell. It is smaller than a full stop.
[B]. The average gestation period in humans is about six months.
[C]. An embryo is multicellular. The body features of growing baby in the embryo are not much developed.
[D]. A foetus is also multicellular. The body features of developing baby like heads, eyes, legs and ears etc. can be identified.
Q8

Vegetative propagation refers to formation of new plants from

[A]. Stem, roots and flowers
[B]. Stem, roots and leaves
[C]. Stem, flowers and fruits
[D]. Stem, leaves and flowers



Q9

In a flower, the parts that produce male and female gametes (germ cells) are

[A]. Stamen and anther
[B]. Filament and stigma
[C]. Anther and ovary
[D]. Stamen and style
Q10

In the list of organisms given below, those that reproduce by the asexual method are

[A]. Dog, and Amoeba
[B]. Banana, Yeast, Amoeba
[C]. Banana, Amoeba
[D]. Dog, Yeast, Amoeba
What is meant by Vegetative Propagation?

Producing a new plant using the parts of plants like leaf, stem, roots, etc., is known as Vegetative Propagation.

What is Carpel in flower?

Carpel is present in the centre of a flower and is the female reproductive part.

What happen to zygote after fertilisation?

After fertilisation, the zygote divides several times to form an embryo within the ovule. The ovule develops a tough coat and is gradually converted into a seed.

What is the function of placenta?

The embryo gets nutrition from the mother’s blood with the help of a special tissue called placenta.



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