This workbook contains worksheets on Plant Life & Animal Life for Grade-4 NTSE Olympiad Science students. There are total 2 worksheets with 40+ questions.
Pattern of questions : Multiple Choice Questions…
Plant Life Worksheet-11
Mona bought a young rose plant and placed it in her living room. The next day she went on a one month holiday with her family. When she came back, she saw that her rose plant had withered and died. What is the most probable reason for its death?
A. The plant did not have enough air
B. The plant was not given enough water
C. The living room was too small
D. The pot was too small for the plant.
The mushroom belongs to a group of living thing known as ____.
A. Water-storers B. Seed-makers
C. Plant eaters D. Soil-makers.
Hitesh covered a leaf with black cover for few days and then tested it with iodine solution for the presence of starch in it. The colour of the solution did not turn blue-black. What does this indicate?
A. Black cover absorbed all the starch present in the leaf
B. Iodine solution does not work with black covers
C. Starch is evaporated from the leaves
D. Starch is not prepared in the absence of light
A plant was kept in a dark room for a week. When its leaves were tested with iodine solution, it did not show the presence of starch. From this experiment we can conclude that ______ is required for photosynthesis.
A. sunlight B. iodine C. starch D. darkness
Study the given image carefully and identify the gases X and Y.
A. X- oxygen, Y- carbon dioxide
B. X- carbon dioxide, Y- oxygen
C. X-nitrogen, Y-hydrogen
D. X- hydrogen, Y-nitrogen
_____ is the passing of characteristics from parent plant to the offspring plant.
A. Heredity B. Pollination C. Oxygen D. Nutrients
Which part of a plant stays under the ground?
A. Leaf B. Flower C. Stem D. Root
A tall plant is called a _____.
A. Shrub B. Bush C. Tree D. Grass
What gas from the air is used by the plants to make food?
A. Carbon dioxide B. Oxygen
C. Nitrogen D. Hydrogen
(1)–B; (2)–D; (3)–D; (4)–A; (5)–B; (6)–A; (7)–D; (8)–C; (9)–A