Science Class 5th

121. Bacteria and Fungi are simple plants:

A) True

B) False

122. Microorganisms can only be seen with an equipment called:

A) Microscope

B) Spectroscope

C) Telescope

D) Stethoscope

123. First Antibiotic was extracted from:

A) Bacteria

B) Fungus

C) Virus

D) Plants

124. Hepatitis and polio is caused by:

A) Fungus

B) Bacteria

C) Virus

D) Mushroom

125. The Microscopic organisms used in baking are called:

A) Penicilium

B) Yeast

C) Armillaria

D) Aspergillus

126. All of these are the benefits of bacteria except:

A) Decomposition

B) Oxygen Production

C) Nitrogen Fixation

D) Conversion of milk onto curd

127. Plants grow on ______.

A) Land

B) Water

C) Both A and B

D) None of the above

128. There are ____ types of seeds:

A) One

B) Two

C) Three

D) Third

129. Seeds that have only one cotyledon are called as polycots

A) True

B) False

130. The testa of maize grain is very thin,A

A) True

B) False

131. The seed that is composed of two cotyledons is called as:

A) Monocots

B) Dicots

C) Tricots

D) Polycots

132. French bean is an example of dicot seed.

A) True

B) False

133. The thin brown coat on the seed is called:

A) Embryo

B) Testa

C) Cotyledon

D) Stem

134. Between the cotyledon there is a structure is present called as:

A) Embroyo

B) Testa

C) Stem

D) Anter

135. The posterior part of the embryo is called as:

A) Posterior End

B) Radical

C) Fusion

D) None of the above

136. Cotyledons are important because:

A) They support growth

B) They contain the genetic code of the plant

C) Contain stored food for the plant

D) Provide support

137. By absorbing water ______ swell up:

A) Testa

B) Cotyledon

C) Stem

D) Radical

138. The coming of roots and stem from the seed is called:

A) Germination

B) Maturation

C) Emergence

D) None of the above

139. There are ____ types of germination:

A) Only One

B) Two

C) Three

D) Four

140. The germination in which the cotyledons remain inside the soil and young plant comes out:

A) Hypogeal Germination

B) Epigeal Germination

C) Both A and B

D) None of the above