CBSE Class 7 Science Fibre to Fabric MCQs Set B

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FIBRE TO FABRIC

1.  Which of the following does not yield wool? ( )

a.   Yak  b.   Camel  c.  Goat  d.  Woolly dog

2.  Which type of wool is common in Tibet and Ladhak? ( )

a.  Yak  b.  sheep wool  c.   Angora wool  d.   Pashmina wool

3.  ______________type of wool is commonly available in the market( ) 

a.  Sheep wool  b.   Yak wool  c.   Angora wool  d.   Camel wool

4.  Pashmina shawls are found in ( )

a.  South America  b.   Kashmir  c.  South Africa  d.   Gujarat

5.  The process of removing the fleece of sheep along with a thin Layer of skin is called 

a.  Rearing  b.   Shearing  c.  Sorting  d.  Scouring 

6.  The bacterium by which the people working in wool industry getinfected is ( )

a.   Rhizobium  b.   Anthrax c.  Streptococcus  d.   Bacillus

7.   The rearing of silkworms to obtain silk is called ( )

a.   Sericulture   b.  Horticulture  c.  Agriculture  d.  Aqua-culture 

8.   Food of the caterpillar in case of silk moth is ( )

a.  Mulberry leaves b.   Neem leaves  c.  Tulsi Leaves  d.  Pudina leaves 

9.  Silk fibre obtained from silk moth is_________ ( )

a.  Carbohydrate  b.   Fat  c.   Protein   d.   Sugars

10.  Find from the following where Silk Industry began ( )

a.  India  b.   China c.  Tibet  d.   Africa

11. For how long do the caterpillars eat mulberry leaves?  ( )

a.  10 to 15 days  b.   20 to 30 days  c.   25 to 30 days d.    5 to 10 days

12. Woollen clothes are made from ( )

a.   Animals   b.  Plants  c.   Insects  d.   Bacteria

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