Human Body [NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 4]: Questions 1 - 5 of 37

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Question number: 1

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Two bean-shaped organs called:

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a.

Liver

b.

Lungs

c.

Kidneys

d.

Ribcage

Question number: 2

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Which of the following words is correctly associated with the given sense organs?

Figure shows five sense organs

Figure Shows Five Sense Organs

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a.

f – sight sense

b.

h – sound sense

c.

g – touch sense

d.

i – smell sense

Question number: 3

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Which one of the following does not happen when you breathe in?

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a.

Your lungs squeeze

b.

Air rushes into your lungs

c.

The volume of your chest increases.

d.

Your ribs are raise

Question number: 4

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Intake of ________ will prevent us from scurvy disease and will also help in curing common cold.

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Pulses

b.

Green leafy vegetables

c.

Whole wheat bread

d.

Citrus fruits

Question number: 5

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In a research, it is proved that elder women should intake more quantity of proteins in their diet than any other group of food. Which of the following justifies this?

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Proteins given energy to the body. In old age, the body uses stored fat in our body; hence protein intake should be more.

b.

Proteins help to repair and build muscles. In old age, muscle growth increases, hence protein intake should be more.

c.

Proteins given energy to the body. In old age, the body needs more energy to work; hence protein intake should be more.

d.

Proteins help to repair and build muscles. In old age, muscles become weak, hence protein intake should be more.

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