Science Class 6 0 To 20

Science Class 6th

1. Micro means?

A. Small

B. Large

C. None of these

2. Scope means?

A. To hear

B. To see

C. To listen

D. None of these

3. Single celled organisms are called?

A. Unicellular

B. Multi-cellular

C. Organisms

D. None of these

 

4. A microscope in which Light is used is called?

A. Compound microscope

B. Light microscope

C. Electron microscope

D. All of these

5. Organisms composed of more than one cell are called?

A. Large celled organisms

B. Unicellular

C. Multi-cellular

D. None of these

6. All living things are made up of ?

A. Bricks

B. Tissues

C. Cells

D. None of these

7. Cell is the and functional unit of life?

A. Living

B. Basic

C. Structural

D. All of these

8. Centriole is present in?

A. Plant cell

B. Animal Cell

C. Both animals and plants

D. None of these

9. The outermost covering in animal cell is?

A. Cell wall

B. Cell membrane

C. Nuclear membrane

D. None of these

10. Euglena is a plant.

A. Multi-cellular

B. Unicellular

C. None of these

11. Euglena is a ?

A. Animal

B. Plant

C. Both A & B

D. None

12. Amoeba is unicellular .

A. Animal

B. Plant

C. None of these

13. Amoeba is found in ?

A. Water

B. Plants

C. Earth

D. All of the above

14. Green pigments are called?

A. Chromoplast

B. Leuckoplast

C. Chlorophyll

D. None of these

15. helps in preparation of food in plant cell?

A. Chloroplast

B. Chlorophyll

C. Leaves

D. Plant

16. Unique property of all living cells is?

A. Cell division

B. Food preparation

C. Movement

D. All of these

17. A parent cell divides into __________ cells

A. 4

B. 6

C. 2

D. 8

18. A bacterial cell divides after every

A. 30

B. 40

C. 50

D. 20

19. All animals and plants we see around us are?

A. Unicellular

B. Multi-cellular

C. Both (a) and (b)

D. None of these

20. Euglena swims in water with the help of?

A. Feet

B. Mouth

C. Eyes

D. Flagellum

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