CBSE Class 6 Science Food Where does it Come from MCQs Set A

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Food: 

Where Does It Come From? 


1. Tiger is a ____________________ because it eats only meat. 

a. Carnivorous animal 

b. Herbivorous animal 

c.  Omnivorous animal 

d. Ovivorous animal 


2. Deer eats only plant products and so, is called ______________. 

a. Carnivorous animal 

b. Herbivorous animal 

c.  Omnivorous animal 

d. Ovivorous animal 


3. Parrot eats only _________________ products. 

a. Animal  

b. Plant 

c.  Fishes 

d. Egg

 

4. The ________________ that we drink, which comes from cows, buffaloes and goats is an animal product. 

a. lemon juice 

b. Orange juice 

c.  Horlicks  

d. Milk

 

5.  We get sugar from ___________________. 

a. Sugar cane 

b. Rice  

c.  Milk 

d. Wheat 


6. Idli is prepared using rice, urad dhal. The source of all these things are  

a. Plants 

b. Animals  

c.  Both Plants and animals 

d. Neither plants nor animals. 


7. Brinjal curry is made with green colour brinjals. Brinjal is a  

a. Fruit 

b. Seed 

c.  Flower 

d. Leaf  


8. Take some dry seeds of moong or chana. Put a small quantity of seeds in a container filled with water and leave this aside for a day. Next day, drain the water completely and leave the seeds in the vessel. Wrap them with a piece of wet cloth and set aside. The following day small white structure may have grown out of the seeds. If so, the seeds have 

a. Grown 

b. Died 

c. Sprouted 

d. Dried 


9. Where does honey come from? 

a. Fruits 

b. Flowers 

c.  Animals 

d. stem 


10. Which parts of the mustard plant can be used as food 

a. seed and stem 

b. seed and leaf 

c.  stem and root 

d. root and seed 


11.  Which parts of the banana plant can be used as food 

a. Fruit, leaf, root, stem 

b. Fruit, stem, flower, 

c.  Stem, flower, root 

d. Flower, root , leaf

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