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The plants which depend on other plants for their food are called
Considering the food habits, a cow is a
An organism that makes its own food is called
4. The process of using food by the body to sustain life is called
Considering the food habits, human beings are
Green plants are termed as
To conduct an experiment on photosynthesis, a healthy plant should be kept in dark for about 48 hours prior to the experiment. It should be done to
In terms of obtaining food, all animals including human beings are
Guard cells are responsible for
Stomatal pore is surrounded by
Chlorophyll is found in
The raw materials required for photosynthesis are
Green plants convert energy of the sun into
Which of the following is a by-product of photosynthesis?
Stomata participate in the important process of
________ are the food factories of plants.
Photosynthesis mainly takes place in
The leaves contain a green pigment known as _____, which helps the leaves to capture the energy of the sunlight.
The stored form of carbohydrates in the plants is
In plants, optimum growth occurs in
Which of the following gases is released during the process of photosynthesis?
Solar energy is utilised by the leaves with the help of
Michelle conducted an experiment to observe photosynthesis. In this experiment, she left a plant in bright sunlight for several hours. Then, she removed a leaf from the plant and tested it for starch, using iodine solution. The middle portion of the leaf that was used in the experiment was white and the peripheral part was green.Which of the following options shows the result of the experiment?
Sunlight is absorbed by chlorophyll molecules. Water is absorbed by roots from soil. In flowers, chlorophyll is present in the chloroplasts. Carbon dioxide enters the leaves through stomata present on their surface.
The chemical used to perform starch test on a leaf is
Photosynthesis is done in the presence of sunlight and
Which mode of nutrition is followed by Rafflesia?
Plants which take up nitrogen from sources other than soil are known as
Identify the correct definition of insectivorous plants.
In the pitcher plant, the digestive enzymes are secreted by the
The head lice found in our hair are a
Pitcher plant is
Nutrition involves the study of
Which of the following terms is used for the mode of nutrition in bread mould?
Lichen is an example of
Sheldon saw mushrooms growing on a wooden door. He wanted to know what type of nutrients they need to survive and from where they get them as they do not possess a gut like animals and chlorophyll like plants. Can you identify the mode of nutrition in the mushroom?
An example of symbiotic bacteria is
Nitrogen is required for the synthesis of
Certain fungi live in the roots of the trees. In this association, both the organisms benefit each other. This type of relationship is known as
Algal and fungal partners live together in
The plant which does not help in increasing the fertility of the soil is
A common parasitic plant seen twining around the stem and branches of a tree is
In Lichen, an association of an alga and a fungus, the algal partner provides
The primary function of photosynthesis is to convert
An essential element derived only from the soil is called