Q.1: __________’s stem is hard but not very thick.
Q.2: The unwanted plants are known as __________.
Q.3: Which of these is a characteristic of herb ?
a) They are tall.
b) They have green and tender stems.
c) They may have many branches.
Q.4: Plants with weak stems that cannot stand upright but spread on the ground are called __________.
Q.5: _________ helps in the upward movement of water in plants.
Q.6: The part of the leaf which is attached to the stem is called _________.
Q.7: The prominent line that runs through the middle of the leaf is known as _________.
Q.8: The broad, green part of the leaf is known as ________.
a) leaf blade
Q.9: Water released out of leaves in the form of vapour is called ____________.
Q.10: __________ gas is given out during the photosynthesis process.
c) carbon dioxide
Q.11: If the leaf has net-like designs on both the sides of midrib is known as _____________ venation.
Q.12: _________ anchor the plant to the soil.
Q.13: The smaller roots present near the tap root are known as _________ roots.
Q.14: _______ is an edible root.
b) sweet potato
Q.15: If the leaf has parallel venation, then the plant has _________ venation.
Q.16: _______ are the most attractive part of the flower.
Q.17: The small leaf-like structures that protect the bud are called ________.
Q.18: The female reproductive part of a flower is known as __________.
Q.19: The small bead like structures inside ovary are known as _______.
Q.20: Which of the following are parts of stamen ?
a) anther and filament
b) style and stigma
c) anther and ovary
Q.21: ___________ is the lowermost and swollen part of the pistil.
Q.22: Based on height, nature of stem and branches, the plants can be classified into ________ categories.