General Science-Plant Life (NSTSE Class 5): Questions 21 - 25 of 50

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Question number: 21

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In the diagram given below, what is the function of the seed leaf X?

This image shows the seed with leaf

This Image Shows the Seed With Leaf

Find what the function of the seed leaf X

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

It supports the stem.

b.

It provides food.

c.

It provides water.

d.

It prepares food.

Question number: 22

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Study the following table.

This table shows the germination of seed

This Table Shows the Germination of Seed

Study the table and answer the question

Which of the following correctly represents P, Q, R and S?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

P – radicle, Q – micropyle, R – plumule, S – cotyledon

b.

P – plumule, Q – micropyle, R – radicle, S – cotyledon

c.

P – radicle, Q – plumule, R – micropyle, S – cotyledon

d.

P – embryo, Q – radicle, R – micropyle, S – cotyledon

Question number: 23

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Which part of the coconut enables it to float on water?

This image shows the figure of coconut

This Image Shows the Figure of Coconut

Find which part of the coconut enables it to float on water

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Q

b.

R

c.

P

d.

S

Question number: 24

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In coconut plant, fruits are dispersed by

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Animals.

b.

Wind.

c.

Water.

d.

Explosion of fruit.

Question number: 25

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The figure shows the leaf of a plant.

This figure shows the leaf of a plant

This Figure Shows the Leaf of a Plant

Find which process is shown below

What process is shown above?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Vegetative reproduction

b.

Desication

c.

Defecation

d.

Nutrition

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