Plant Life Worksheet-2

Plant Life Worksheet-2

 

  1. The food-making process of the plant is called ______.

A. Perspiration                              B. Transpiration

C. Photosynthesis                         D. Digestion

 

  1. The process of joining the female sex cell with the male sex cell is called _____.

A. Fertilization                              B. Perspiration

C. Transpiration                           D. Germination

 

  1. What is called respiration?

A. A process where plants use Carbon-dioxide to make food.

B. A process where plants break apart sugar using oxygen and produce energy.

C. A process where plants break apart chlorophyll using oxygen and produce energy.

D. A process where plant roots suck water and minerals from earth.

 

  1. Which of the following are the examples of spores?

A. Mosses and ferns                     B. Grape vine

C. Potato plant                              D. Oak tree

 

  1. What is the impact of plants on our environment?

A. They remove nitrogen and produce oxygen.

B. They remove carbon dioxide and produce oxygen.

C. They remove oxygen and produce carbon dioxide.

D. They remove carbon dioxide and produce food.

 

  1. Which of the following product does not comes from plants?

A. Cotton           B. Wood             C. Gasoline        D. Paper

 

  1. The fruit is the ripened _____ of a flower containing the seeds.

A. Sepal            B. Ovary             C. Petal              D. Anther

 

  1. What is the name of the protective layer of a leaf?

A. Epidermis    B. Cell                 C. Sheet              D. Endoskeleton

 

  1. What part of a flower contains female sex cell?

A. Sepal              B. Anther           C. Petal              D. Pistil

 

  1. What are stomata?

A. A tiny opening on plant leaves used as a passageway for gases and water.

B. A special cell plant leaves used as a passageway for gases and water.

C. A type of fibrous hair like structure.

D. A type of plant that grows in desert.

 

Answer Key:

1.-(c); 2.-(a); 3.-(b); 4.-(a); 5.-(b); 6.-(c); 7.-(b); 8.-(a); 9.-(d); 10.-(a)