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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

What is the botanical name of touch-me-not plant?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

Give a proof that stem conduct water.
 

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

(i) What is a leaf? (ii) Draw the labeled diagram of a leaf. (iii) What are the functions of the leaves of a plant?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

(i) What is photosynthesis? (ii) Why is it essential for plants? (iii) What part does chlorophyll play in photosynthesis?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

Explain the process of photosynthesis.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

Define the process of transpiration.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

What are tendrils? Are stem tendrils and leaf tendrils the same?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

(i) What is the stem of a plant? (ii) State the various functions of the stem in a plant.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

(i) Which part of the plant produces food and how? (ii) What is the difference between reticulate and parallel venation?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

Name any four parts of a rose leaf.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

Mention any three functions carried out by the stem of a plant.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

(i) What is the difference between the leaf of an orchid plant and a lemon plant?(ii) Which part of the plant produces food and how?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

Name any two plants which show reticulate venation.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Getting to Know Plants

How is a leaf attached to the stem of a plant?

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