Nutrition in Plants MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science Chapter 1 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science with Answers

Q1. The components of food absorbed in large intestine is:

(i) Carbohydrate
(ii) Protein
(iii) Water
(iv) Fats

(iii) Water

Q2. Which structure in a green plant controls the opening and closing of stomata?

(i) Guard cell
(ii) Mesophyll
(iii) Phloem
(iv) Xylem

(i) Guard cell

Q3. Which part of the plant is called its food factory ?

(i) Fruits
(ii) Seeds
(iii) Leaves
(iv) Flowers

(iii) Leaves

Q4. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

(i) Saprophytes are green
(ii) Dodder is an example of parasite.
(iii) Heterotrophs cannot prepare their own food.
(iv) Pulses and Beans are legumes.

(i) Saprophytes are green

Q5. Parasites obtain their food from

(i) insects
(ii) plants
(iii) animals
(iv) all of these

(iv) all of these

Q6. The largest gland in our body is:

(i) Liver
(ii) Salivary gland
(iii) Pancreas
(iv) Gallbladder

(i) Liver

Q7. Chlorophyll is present inside the

(i) Stroma
(ii) Thylakoids
(iii) hypodermis
(iv) granna

(ii) Thylakoids

Q8. Human beings can be categorised as

(i) heterotrophs
(ii) autotrophs
(iii) parasites
(iv) saprotrophs

(i) heterotrophs

Q9. Human beings can be categorised as

(i) parasite
(ii) heterotrophs
(iii) saprotrophs
(iv) autotrophs

(ii) heterotrophs

Q10. Bile plays an important role in the digestion of:

(i) Proteins
(ii) Starch
(iii) Fats
(iv) None of these

(iii) Fats

Q11. The plant which traps and feeds on insects is

(i) pitcher plant
(ii) rose
(iii) china rose
(iv) cuscuta

(i) pitcher plant

Q12. Ultimate source of energy for all living organisms is

(i) Planets
(ii) Moon
(iii) Sun
(iv) Coal

(iii) Sun

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

(i) Water energy
(ii) Wind energy
(iii) Solar energy
(iv) Chemical energy

(iii) Solar energy

Q14. Iodine used to detect presence of starch. It gives starch

(i) blue-black colour
(ii) red colour
(iii) green colour
(iv) colourless appearance

(i) blue-black colour

Q15. The green pigment that is present in the leaves are called

(i) haemoglobin
(ii) globulin
(iii) albumin
(iv) chlorophyll

(iv) chlorophyll

Q16. The intestinal juice digests the proteins into:

(i) Fatty acids
(ii) Glycerol
(iii) Amino acids
(iv) None of these

(iii) Amino acids

Q17. The byproduct of photosynthesis is

(i) Energy
(ii) Water
(iii) Oxygen
(iv) Organic compounds

(iii) Oxygen

Q18. During photosynthesis plants

(i) take oxygen and release carbon dioxide
(ii) take carbon dioxide and release oxygen
(iii) take carbon dioxide but do not release oxygen
(iv) take oxygen but do not release carbon dioxide

(ii) take carbon dioxide and release oxygen

Q19. The tiny pores present in the leaves of the plants for exchange of gases are called _

(i) Stomata
(ii) Tracheae
(iii) Chloroplast
(iv) Spiracles

(i) Stomata

Q20. The organisms which prepare their own food are known as

(i) saprotrophs
(ii) autotrophs
(iii) heterotrophs
(iv) none of these

(ii) autotrophs

Q21. Humans can digest cellulose:

(i) Yes
(ii) No
(iii) Can’t say
(iv) None of these

(ii) No

Q22. Conduction of inorganic materials in plants occur mainly through minerals absorbed by roots move to the leaf through

(i) Xylem
(ii) Phloem
(iii) Sieve tube
(iv) None

(i) Xylem

Q23. The end products of photosynthesis are

(i) carbohydrates, oxygen
(ii) carbohydrates, hydrogen
(iii) carbohydrates, water vapours
(iv) carbohydrates, oxygen and water vapours

(i) carbohydrates, oxygen

Q24. Which of the following is an insectivorous plant?

(i) Venus Fly trap
(ii) Lichens
(iii) Amoeba
(iv) Euglena

(i) Venus Fly trap

Q25. Photosynthesis will not occur in leaves in the absence of

(i) guard cells
(ii) chlorophyll
(iii) vacuole
(iv) space between cells

(ii) chlorophyll

Q26. Left over food in teeth release, which gradually damages teeth.

(i) bases
(ii) salts
(iii) acids
(iv) none of these

(iii) acids

Q27. Which one is an herbivorous organism?

(i) Cow
(ii) Tiger
(iii) Crow
(iv) Dog

(i) Cow

Q28. Which one of the following is a pair of symbiotic organisms?

(i) Lichens
(ii) Rhizobium and a legume
(iii) None of these
(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

Q29. Which of the following are partial parasites

(i) Either Non-green plants or green plants
(ii) Non-green plants
(iii) green plants
(iv) Neither Non-green plants or green plants

(i) Either Non-green plants or green plants

Q30. Pitcher plant traps insects because it

(i) is a heterotroph
(ii) grows in soils which lacks nitrogen
(iii) does not have chlorophyll
(iv) has a digestive system like human beings

(ii) grows in soils which lacks nitrogen

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