Class 6 Science Chapter 9 MCQ

Class 6 Science Chapter 9 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) of the Living Organisms and their Surroundings. All the MCQ questions are important for class unit tests as well school terminal exams.

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Class 6 Science Chapter 9 MCQ Tests for 2020-2021

Class: 6Science
Chapter: 9The Living Organisms and their Surroundings
Contents:MCQ Online Tests with Answers

Class 6 Science Chapter 9 MCQ Online Tests with Answer


Consider the following statements and choose the incorrect one:

[A]. Living things have a definite life-span after which they die.
[B]. Living things can reproduce and they can have young ones.
[C]. Living things excrete or get rid of waste materials from their body. living things cannot respond to stimuli.
[D]. Living things cannot respond to stimuli.

Which of the following is not associated with reproduction?

[A]. A New leaf coming out of a tree branch
[B]. A Dog giving birth to puppy
[C]. A seed growing into a plant
[D]. Chick hatching from an egg


Choose the odd one out from below with respect to reproduction:

[A]. Eggs of hen
[B]. Seeds of plants
[C]. Buds of potato
[D]. Roots of mango tree

Pooja is writing some statements but she confused to know whether the statements are correct or not? If you know the answer to this question, then tell her:

[A]. Photosynthesis in plants take place only during day time when sunlight is available but respiration in plants take place during day time as well as at night time.
[B]. The removal of waste substances from the body of a living organisms is called excretion.
[C]. Some plants store some of their waste products in the body parts (likes leaves, bark and fruits) in a way that they do not harm the plant as a whole.
[D]. None of the above.


Although organisms die, their kind continue to live on earth. Which characteristic of living organisms make this possible?

[A]. Respiration
[B]. Reproduction
[C]. Excretion
[D]. Movement

Boojho comes across an animal having a stream-lined and slippery body. What is the habitat of the animal?

[A]. Water
[B]. Desert
[C]. Grassland
[D]. Mountain


Consider the following statements and choose the incorrect one:

[A]. The snow leopard has big feet to spread the weight on snow and prevent it sinking into soft snow.
[B]. The snow leopard has a thick layer of fat beneath its skin for insulation to protect it from cold.
[C]. The snow leopard has a rounded body and small ears to keep the body surface area to a maximum.
[D]. None of the above.

Which of the following statement is or are correct?

[A]. The deer has big ears for good hearing.
[B]. The deer has eyes on the sides of its head which enables it to see in all direction at the same time.
[C]. The speed of deer helps it to run away from the predators which try to catch it.
[D]. All the above


The animal having the special organ of breathing called gills is:

[A]. Earth-worm
[B]. Fox
[C]. Fish
[D]. Frog

Dry wheat seeds packed in a gunny bag are lying in a go-down. Which one of the following characteristics of living things will be exhibited by these seeds?

[A]. Excretion
[B]. Growth
[C]. Respiration
[D]. Reproduction
What do understand by photosynthesis?

Plants prepare their food with the help of sunlight carbon dioxide, water and chlorophyll. This process of food manufacture is called photosynthesis.

Why are plants called Autotrophs?

Plants are called autotrophs because they make their own food.

Who are heterotrophs?

Animals and human beings who depend on plants and other animals for food are called heterotrophs.

Why do we need food?

All living beings need food. Food provides us energy to perform various activities. It also helps in body growth as well as its maintenance and repair.

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