1. From where do plants take energy to make their food?
Plants trap Sunlight with their leaves and use the energy of the sun to change water and carbon dioxide into a sugar called glucose.
2. Which gas help plants make food?
B. Carbon dioxide
3. Where do most plants start their life cycle?
The life cycle of a plant begins with a seed.
4. Which of the following gives leaves their green colour?
B. Plant Cell
D. Carbon dioxide
Chlorophyll is necessary for photosynthesis, which allows plants to obtain energy from light.
5. Which part of the plant absorbs water?
Plants absorb water from the roots.
6. Which part makes the food for the plant?
Leaves trap sunlight and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and water from the soil and make food for plants.
7. What is the process called in which plants make their food?
Photosynthesis is the process by which plants make their own food and leaves takes part in photosynthesis.
8. Which part of the plant attracts insects to help with pollination?
9. What is the “Male” productive part of a plant or flower?
Stamen is the “Male” productive part of a plant or flower?
10. What is the “Female” productive part of a plant or flower?
Pistil is the “Female” productive part of a plant or flower?
11. What is the basic difference between a fruit and a vegetable?
A. They have seeds.
B. They are soft
C. They are sweet
D. They are colourful
Fruits contain seeds, while vegetables can consist of roots, stems and leaves.
12. In what order does water pass through plant parts?
A. Stem > leaves > roots
B. Roots > stem > leaves
C. Roots > leaves > fruits
D. Roots > leaves > roots
13. What are the three main nutrients plants need to grow?
A. Magnesium, potassium, and oxygen
B. Oxygen, phosphorus, and CO2
C. CO2, potassium, and oxygen
D. Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium