Q1. Fill in the blanks.

                           i.         In photosynthesis solar energy is captured by the pigment called _________________.

                          ii.        During photosynthesis plants take in _______________and release_________________.

                         iii.        ______________in plant take in carbon dioxide from the air for photosynthesis.

                        iv.        ______________are the products of photosynthesis.


Q2. True/False

                            i.         The food synthesized by the plants is stored as starch. ________

                           ii.        Plants take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere mainly through their leaves. _______

                          iii.        Solar energy is converted into electrical energy during photosynthesis. _________

                          iv.        Carbon dioxide is released during photosynthesis. _________

                          v.        The starch is also a carbohydrate. _________


Q3. Name a parasitic plant with yellow, slender and tubular stem.


Q4. Give one example of parasite.


Q5. Name one plant that traps and feeds on insects.


Q6. Name a plant that has both autotrophic and heterotrophic mode of nutrition.


Q7. What are fluffy umbrella-like patches growing on rotting wood during the rainy season called?


Q8. How can cells be seen?


Q9. Where is nucleus located in a cell?


Q10. What are carbohydrates made up of?


Q11. From where do plants get raw materials to prepare their food?


Q12. Where does the synthesis of food in a plant usually take place?


Q13. What is the ultimate source of energy for all living organisms?


Q14. Write an equation that represents the process photosynthesis.


Q15. What are the components of food?


Q16. What are insectivorous plants?


Q17. What do you mean by nutrition?


Q18. Why photosynthesis is named so?


Q19. What are heterotrophs?


Q20. What are stomata?


Q21. What are called autotrophs?


Q22. What is heterotrophic nutrition?


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