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  1. Animals with similar characteristics are placed in one group.
  2. Reptiles have hair on their bodies.
  3. Bat is a mammal that can fly.
  4. The largest group of plants is flowering plants.
  5. Veins of a dicot leaf run parallel to each other.
  6. All the viruses are harmful.
  7. Fungus yeast converts milk into curd.
  8. Infection of microorganisms could be avoided by observing cleanliness.
  9. The most important benefit of bacteria and fungi is to decompose the dead bodies of animals and plants.
  10. Bacteria and fungi are simple plant.
  11. All seeds have two cotyledons.
  12. When cotyledons come above the soil the germination is said to be apogeal.
  13. Wheat, maize, barley and gram are all monocots.
  14. Some seeds can grow without air.
  15. Sorted food is present in seed coat.

Match column A with column B

List (A)                List (B)

  1. Pigeon                        Fish
  2. Rohu                        Amphibian
  3. Buffalo                        Reptile
  4. Frog                        Bird
  5. Lazard                        Mammal
  6. Tuberculosis                     Power to control germs
  7. Hepatitis                     fungi
  8. Microorganisms                 Bactria
  9. Ringworms                    Virus
  10. Immunity                    Microscope
  11. Monocot                    Cotyledons below soil
  12. Dicot                        Stored food
  13. Epigeal Germination                 Cotyledons above soil
  14. Hypogeal Germination                 French Bean seed
  15. Cotyledons                    Maize
  16. Water drops falling from clouds            2. 00c
  17. Moisture settles on plants            3. Snow
  18. Thick cloud at low height            4. 1000c
  19. Boiling point of water                  Fog
  20. Melting point of water                 Dew
  21. The amount of matter that an object has     Axe
  22. Inclined plane                     Lubrication
  23. Second class lever                 Balanced force
  24. Stream lined body                 Mass
  25. Equal in size and opposite in direction        Ladder
  26. Most common way to reduce friction          Bottle opener
  27. Simple machine          Dolphin
  28. Translucent                    Luminous
  29. Eclipse                         Allow almost all the light to pass through
  30. Stars                         Example of light travels In straight line
  31. Pinhole                        Partial light passes
  32. Sun                        Total or partial disappearance of the sun or the Moon
  33. Transparent                    Emit their own light
  34. Sand                        Decomposer
  35. Clay                        Small Particles
  36. Silt                         Large particles
  37. Microorganism                    Medium particles
  38. Beneficial                    Smallest particles

    Encircle the correct answer.

    1. Classification of animals and plant and plant is called.
      1. Taxonomy        b) Biology    c) Chemistry        d) Botany
    2. All the following are flowering plants except.
      1. Sun flower        b) Moss        c) Jasmine        d) Rose
    3. Running birds lost their ability of flight as.
      1. They failed to develop wings due to their life style.
      2. They tried to live in water.
      3. They had no enemy in their environment hence need not to fly.
      4. Their wings were destroyed due to viral diseases.
    4. Monocot plants can be differentiated from Dicot Plant by the characteristics of.
      1. Roots deep in the soil
      2. Grow in deserts only
      3. Stem very hard and woody
      4. Number of Cotyledons in the seed
    5. All are the characteristics of mammals expect.
      1. Hair in the body    b
      2. Very hard rough skin         d) Mother suckles the babies on its milk
      3. Give birth babies
    6. Microorganisms can only be seen with equipment called.
      1. Microscope     b)Spectroscope        c) Telescope     d) Stethoscope
    7. First antibiotic was extracted from a.
      1. Bactria        b)Fungus        c) Virus        d)Mushroom
    8. Hepatitis and polio is caused by.
      1. Fungus        b) Bactria        c) Virus        d) Mushroom
    9.     The microorganism used in banking industry is.
      1. Penicllium        b) Yeast         c) Armillary    d) Aspergillus
    10. All of those are benefits of bacteria except.
      1. Decomposition
      2. Oxygen Production
      3. Nitrogen fixation
      4. Conversion of milk into curd
    11. Seed coat is called as.
      1. testa     b) tegmen    c) pericarp     d) radical
    12. Cotyledons are very important because they.
      1. Store fertilizers    b)Store water        c) Store food        d)store air
    13. A seed kept at low temperature does not grow because.
      1. It does not get light          b) It does not get air

      c) It does not get water        d) it does not get proper temperature to grow

    14. The process in which seed grows into a new plant is called.
      1. Germination
      2. Verbalization
      3. Imbibitions
      4. Fertilization
    15. All are true for apogeal germination except.
      1. Seed coat softens after absorbing water
      2. Cotyledons come above the soil
      3. Cotyledons make first two leaves
      4. Stem arises before the root during germination
    16. The young plant present in the seed is called.
      1. testa
      2. plumage
      3. embryo
      4. radical
    17. Water pollution is mostly caused by.
      1. animals     b) trees        c)people     d) birds
    18. The main cause of air pollution is.
      1. Burning of fuels    b) forest     c) fertilized    d)garbage
    19. Which of the following are non-biodegradable martial.
      1. Dead animal     b. dead plant
      2. plastics        d. bread
    20. Which of the following produces harmful gases?
      1. Plant        b. animal    c. bacteria    d. motor vehicles
    21. Which of the following things are biodegradables?
      1. cans
      2. glass
      3. dead plant
      4. electricity wires
    22. State of matter which has definite shape of volume is called.
      1. solid     b) liquid    c) gas     d) none of these
    23. It fills all the volume available.
      1. liquid    b)gas        c) solid        d)soil
    24. Change of state from liquid to solid is.
      1. freezing          b) boiling
      2. evaporation    d) condensation
    25. In water cycle, the sun plays important role in.
      1. condensation
      2. evaporation
      3. sublimation
      4. boiling
    26. The attractive force between molecules is stronger in.
      1. liquid
      2. solid
      3. gas
      4. all
    27. Unit of force in SI is.
      1. Meter    b. Pound    c. Kilogram     d. Newton
    28. Ball Bearings redus friction because they.
      1. Reduce roughness of surface    b. roll on surface to reduce friction

      c. Increase the surface area in contact         d. heat up the surface area in contact

    29. A sharpener is an example of.
      1. Laver          b. Wedge
      2. Inclined plane    d. Inertia
    30. The quantity of matter present in an object is it.
      1. Density
      2. Weight
      3. Mass        d. Volume
    31. Tendency of all object and matter in the universe to resist any change in its state of rest or
      of uniform motion is called.
      1. Friction        b. Inertia        c. Gravity        d. Air resistance
    32. The……………. Is the largest natural source of light?
      1. Moon    b. Star        c. Sun         d. Satellite
    33. Such objects, which emit light, are called………………object.
      1. Bright            b. Luminous

      c. Transparent         d. None of luminouss

    34. If you cannot see through an object, then the object is……………….
      1. Luminous           b. Transparent
      2. Transparent     d. opaque
    35. Light travels is a…………………line
      1. Cured
      2. straight
      3. zigzag
      4. none of these
    36. Light of the sun is ………………by the Moon
      1. Reflected        b. repulsed        c. absorbed        d. rejected.
    37. The earth behaves like a magnet with…………….people.
      1. three     b) one        c)two     d) four
    38. …………………..is electromagnetic device.
      1. radio    b) electric bell     c) electric bulb    d) television
    39. Lightning is due to…………………….
      1. Static Charge    b. dynamic charge
      2. Loud sound        d. atmosphere
    40. Magnetic filed is strong at……………………
      1. Poles of magnet    b. center of magnetic    c. only North pole    d. only South pole
    41. Compass will always point to words.
      1. North-South
      2. North-East
      3. South-East
      4. East-West
    42. All the planets move around.
      1. Moon     b) Sun        c) Satellite    d) Earth
    43. The group of stars is called.
      1. Plant    b) Constellation     c) objects    d) Satellite
    44. The light from the sun reaches the Earth in.
      1. 6 minutes        b. 7 minutes
      2. 8 minutes        d. 9 minutes
    45. The natural satellite of the Earth is.
      1. Sun        b. Venus    c. Mars        d. Moon
    46. The largest planet in the solar system is.
      1. Jupiter    b. Saturn    c. Uranus    d. Neptune

    Fill in the blanks with the most suitable words.

    1. Non Flowering plants generally grow in…………………places.
    2. Monocots and Dicot are the subgroups of ……………….. Plants.
    3. Insects and are the subgroup of ………………….
    4. Those vertebrate which respire through gills are……………..
    5. Snakes, Lizard, Crocodiles, Tortoises, turtles all belong to the group of
    6. Virus can survive only inside a…………………. organism.
    7. The natural ability of the body to resist diseases is called……………….
    8. The edible fungi are called………………..
    9. Infection of microorganisms can be avoided by keeping ourselves.
    10. Dough is raised due to action of.                              
    11. Seeds are of …………… main types.
    12. Stored food is present in the ……………………of the seed.
    13. Monocot seed of wheat and maize show……………………. Germination.    
    14. We eat different seeds because they have …………….. food
    15. During germination the first part arises from the seed is …………….. .    
    16. Any harmful change in the environment is called……………….
    17. Cars and buses give of large off amount of.
    18. We need clean air for………………….                    
    19. Dead plant and animal are……………..
    20. Planting trees is the best way to reduce
    21. Matter exists in ……………… states.
    22. Boiling point of pure water is ……………..            
    23. Moisture is tiny droplets of ……………………..
    24. In solids, molecules are ………………. Packed.
    25. Liquid adopts the…………….. of the container        
    26. ………….. is responsible for falling of object on earth.
    27. Devices which make our work easier are called……………..            
    28. …………… is a force that opposes motion.
    29. The hammer is an example of……………… lever.
    30. There will be no……………… if the forces are balanced.
    31. Objects are classified into opaque, transparent and translucent on the basis of…………..properties.
    32. When an opaque object blocks then light
    33. ……………Is the main source of light energy
    34. Image formed on screen is a ……………..image
    35. …………………occurs when the sun casts a shadow of the moon on earth
    36. The flow of charge is called……………………..
    37. We use ………………….to make a circuit safe.
    38. ……………………..is used to find the direction
    39. ……………………..is necessary in house wiring
    40. Charge at rest are called………………………
    41. Sand has the…………………..particles
    42. ………………..have the smallest particles.
    43. Microorganism make the soil…………………..
    44. There ………………………..components of the soil
    45. There are………………………types of soil
    46. The Sun is the biggest object in the……………………….
    47. The sun is a………………………
    48. There are ……………………..planets in the solar system
    49. The moon revolves around our……………………
    50. The moon Is not a…………………………body

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