Fibre to Fabric MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science Chapter 3 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science with Answers

Q1. Silk industry began in:

(i) China
(ii) India
(iii) Japan
(iv) Korea

(i) China

Q2. A Which of the following deals with the rearing of silk worm?

(i) Silviculture
(ii) Sericulture
(iii) Apiculture
(iv) Horticulture

(ii) Sericulture

Q3. Selective breeding is a process of

(i) selecting the offspring with desired properties.
(ii) selecting the parents with desired properties.
(iii) selecting an area for breeding.
(iv) selecting fine hair for good quality wool.

(ii) selecting the parents with desired properties.

Q4. Weavers weaves the silk thread into

(i) Silk yarn
(ii) Silk fleece
(iii) Silk cloth
(iv) Silk cotton

(i) Silk yarn

Q5. Which of the following is not a wool-yielding animal?

(i) Goat
(ii) Yak
(iii) Sheep
(iv) None of these

(iv) None of these

Q6. Mostly sheep are reared for getting wool in:

(i) China
(ii) India
(iii) Japan
(iv) Europe

(i) China

Q7. Scientific name of mulberry silk moth is

(i) Bombyx biti
(ii) Bombyx lurra
(iii) Bombyx mori
(iv) Bombyx silki

(iii) Bombyx mori

Q8. The rearing of silkworms for obtaining silk is called:

(i) cocoon
(ii) silk
(iii) sericulture
(iv) silviculture

(iii) sericulture

Q9. What is the scientific name of mulberry tree?

(i) Magnifera indica
(ii) Morus alba
(iii) Desmodium girence
(iv) None of these

(ii) Morus alba

Q10. Llama and Alpaca found in:

(i) Africa
(ii) South America
(iii) Africa and South America
(iv) None of these

(i) Africa

Q11. In which of the following processes new offspring with special characters is produced by selecting parents?

(i) Translation
(ii) Selective breeding
(iii) Separating
(iv) Rearing

(ii) Selective breeding

Q12. Silk fibre is obtained from:

(i) fleece of sheep
(ii) cotton ball
(iii) cocoon
(iv) shiny jute stalk

(iii) cocoon

Q13. Removal of wool from a sheep is known as

(i) rearing
(ii) shearing
(iii) sorting
(iv) scouring

(ii) shearing

Q14. Yak wool is common in

(i) india
(ii) america
(iii) tibet
(iv) china

(iii) tibet

Q15. Which are the two terms related to silk production ?

(i) Sericulture, Floriculture
(ii) Floriculture, Moriculture
(iii) Moriculture, Siluiculture
(iv) Moriculture, Sericulture

(i) Sericulture, Floriculture

Q16. Silkworms feed on leaves of

(i) Guava
(ii) Mulberry
(iii) Banana
(iv) Mango

(ii) Mulberry

Q17. Wool fibre cannot be obtained from which of the following?

(i) Goat
(ii) Llama
(iii) Alpaca
(iv) Moth

(iv) Moth

Q18. Which of the following is not a type of silk?

(i) Mulberry silk
(ii) Tassar silk
(iii) Mooga silk
(iv) Moth silk

(iv) Moth silk

Q19. Sheep are

(i) herbivores
(ii) omnivores
(iii) carnivores
(iv) parasite

(i) herbivores

Q20. Wool is obtained from the fleece of:

(i) cow
(ii) camel
(iii) sheep or yak
(iv) all of these

(i) cow

Q21. Clothes do not protect us against

(i) Cold
(ii) Rain
(iii) Heat
(iv) Disease

(iv) Disease

Q22. The bringing up and looking after the sheep is called:

(i) rearing
(ii) shearing
(iii) scouring
(iv) all of these

(i) rearing

Q23. Which of the following article obtained from animal do not kill the animal?

(i) Leather jacket
(ii) Silk saree
(iii) Woollen shawl
(iv) Ivory bangles

(iii) Woollen shawl

Q24. Which of the following does not yield wool ?

(i) Yak
(ii) Woolly dog
(iii) Goat
(iv) Camel

(i) Yak

Q25. Best quality of wool is obtained from

(i) Merino sheep
(ii) Goat
(iii) Paschimini sheep
(iv) Kashmiri sheep

(i) Merino sheep

Q26. Which bacterium causes a fatal blood disease ?

(i) Rhizobium
(ii) Anthrax
(iii) Both rhizobium and anthox
(iv) None of these

(i) Rhizobium

Q27. Silk is obtained from silk worm which lives on

(i) mango leaves
(ii) banana leaves
(iii) mulberry leaves
(iv) maple leaves

(iii) mulberry leaves

Q28. Yak wool is common in:

(i) Tibet and Ladakh
(ii) Jammu and Kashmir
(iii) Ladakh
(iv) None of these

(i) Tibet and Ladakh

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