Class 6 Science Chapter 7 MCQ

Class 6 Science Chapter 7 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) of Getting to Know Plants. Practice here with MCQ online tests and evaluate yourself for the preparation of school exams.

These MCQs provide a perfect preparation for all school assessment or class debates based on chapter 7 of grade 6 students. Not only the answers but the explanation also are given with each question. A student who practice with these questions score better than ever in school exams.

Class 6 Science Chapter 7 MCQ Tests for 2020-2021

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Chapter: 7Getting to Know Plants
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Class 6 Science Chapter 7 MCQ Test Free

Class 6 Science Chapter 7 MCQ Online Tests help to improve the concepts related to this chapter. Questions as well as answers are prepared from latest NCERT Books only issued for academic session 2020-2021. There are given more than 90 questions for a perfect practice of the chapter 7 of class 6 Science.

Q1

Which of the following statement is or are correct?

[A]. The small green leaves at the base of flowers are known as sepals.
[B]. The young unopened flower is termed as bud.
[C]. Stamen has two parts called anther and filament.
[D]. All the above.
Q2

Consider the following statements and choose the incorrect one:

[A]. Herbs are small plants, having a soft and delicate stem.
[B]. Shrubs have so many branches near ground level and rising just above the ground.
[C]. Trees are tall and big plants with hard and thick woody stem.
[D]. The herbs are bigger than shrubs but smaller than trees.




Q3

Paheli is writing about the function of root of a plant. Choose the correct one(s):

[A]. Roots anchor the plant to the soil.
[B]. Roots absorbs water and minerals from the soil.
[C]. Roots help in holding the soil together.
[D]. All the above.
Q4

Boojho is writing the functions of stems, choose the statements which is not correct?

[A]. Stems hold the leaves in such a way that leaves can get sunlight for photosynthesis.
[B]. The stems carries the prepared food from the leaves to other parts of the plant.
[C]. The stem also carries water and minerals from the roots to the leaves.
[D]. The stem of a plant is not the link between the roots and the rest of the plant.
Q5

Which of the following combination of features would you observe in grass?

[A]. Parallel venation and fibrous root
[B]. Parallel venation and tap root
[C]. Reticulate venation and fibrous root
[D]. Reticulate venation and tap root
Q6

Consider the given statements and choose the incorrect one:

[A]. The sepals protect the flower when it is in the form of a bud in the initial stage.
[B]. The petals are the most attractive part of a flower.
[C]. The number of petals is equals to the number of sepals in many flowers.
[D]. The pollen grains contain female sex cells of a plant.



Q7

Which of the following terms constituted the female part of the flower?

[A]. Sepals, petal and stamens
[B]. Stigma, style and ovary
[C]. Ovary, stamen and stigma
[D]. Ovary, style and stamen
Q8

Which of the following statement is or are incorrect?

[A]. Taproot is a straight tapering root which grows vertically down into the soil.
[B]. The fibrous roots spread out the soil and gives a film support to the plant.
[C]. Stem is the part of a plant which rises vertically up from the ground.
[D]. The root of a tree is the strongest part of the tree and it is known as trunk.




Q9

Consider the given statements and choose the incorrect one:

[A]. The sepals protect the flower when it is in the form of a bud in the initial stage.
[B]. The petals are the most attractive part of a flower.
[C]. The number of petals is equals to the number of sepals in many flowers.
[D]. The pollen grains contain female sex cells of a plant.
Q10

Which of the following is the correct match between the characteristics of stem and the category of plant?

[A]. Weak stem which cannot stand upright: Creeper
[B]. Green tender stem: Shrub
[C]. Thick, hard stem with branching near the base: Tree
[D]. Thick, hard stem with branches high on the plant: Herb
What is meant by secretion?

Plants excrete water vapour and carbon dioxide from small pores called stomata. They get rid of their waste by secreting substances which are not required. This process is known as secretion.

What are unicellular organisms?

Some plants and animals consist of single-cell and are called unicellular organisms. Examples: Amoeba,
parameci, bacteria and yeast.

What are multicellular organisms?

Some animals and plants have as many as billion of cells. They are known as multicellular organisms. Examples: Man, cat, dog, pine, rose plant etc.

What is meant by stimulus?

All living things respond to their surroundings. External factors like light and temperature make living being react to them. The change that produces a response in an organism is known as stimulus.



The differences between living and non-living things
    • Living things need food but non-living things do not need food.
    • Living things need a habitat but nonliving things do not need a particular habitat.
    • Living things are made of cells while non-living things are made of atoms.
    • Living thins reproduce while nonliving things cannot reproduce.
    • Living things grow and develop while non-living things do not grow and develop.
    • Living things have a definite life span while the life span of non-living things depend on maintenance and other factors.