General Science-Plant Life (NSTSE Class 5): Questions 42 - 47 of 50

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Question number: 42

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Which part of garlic can grow into a new plant?

This image shows the garlic

This Image Shows the Garlic

Find which part of garlic can grow into a new plant

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Q

b.

P

c.

R

d.

All of the above

Question number: 43

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The table below shows the parts of a germinating seedling and their functions.

This table shows the seedling and their functions

Find which of the following represents P, Q and R

Parts of a seedling

Function

P

Supplies food

Q

Forms the root

R

Forms leaves and stem

Which of the following represents P, Q and R?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

P – Cotyledon Q – Radicle R – Plumule

b.

P – Radicle Q – Plumule R – Cotyledon

c.

P – Cotyledon Q – Plumule R – Radicle

d.

P – Radicle Q – Cotyledon R – Plumule

Question number: 44

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The seeds of peas are dispersed by

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Explosion mechanism.

b.

Animals.

c.

Water.

d.

Wind.

Question number: 45

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The sequence of the life cycle of a plant is:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Sapling, seedling, seed, plant.

b.

Seedling, seed, plant, sapling.

c.

Seed, seedling, plant, sapling.

d.

Seed, seedling, sapling, plant.

Question number: 46

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Which part of the embryo grows first?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Leaves

b.

Plumule

c.

Radicle

d.

Cotyledons

Question number: 47

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The scattering of seeds over a wide area is called

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Dispersal.

b.

Fertilization.

c.

Pollination.

d.

Germination.

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