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NCERT Solution for Class 6 Science Chapter 1 - Food: Where Does It Come From?

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NCERT Solution for Class 6 Science Chapter 1 - Food: Where Does It Come From? Page/Excercise 6

Solution 1

No, the food requirements of all living organisms vary.

On the basis of food requirements, living organisms are grouped into three categories:

(i) Herbivores: Animals which eat only plants and plant products are called herbivores. For example: Cow, elephant, rabbit, horse, etc.

(ii) Carnivores: Animals which eat other animals are called carnivores. For example: Lion, tiger, lizard, etc.

(iii) Omnivores: These animals eat both plants and animals. For example: Dog, cat, crow, etc.

Concept insight:  Students should know the different types of organisms according to their food requirements.

Solution 2



Concept insight: Students should know the different types of plants and their parts which we eat.

Solution 3



Concept insight: Students should know different types of food products eaten by organisms.

NCERT Solution for Class 6 Science Chapter 1 - Food: Where Does It Come From? Page/Excercise 7

Solution 4

(a) Carnivore

(b) Herbivore.

(c) Plant

(d) Milk

(e) Sugarcane

 

Concept insight: Students should know different types of food products eaten by organisms.

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