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INTERNATIONAL INDIAN SCHOOL,RIYADH
S. A. 1 : WORKSHEET 2013-14
CLASS : V
LN. 1 : REPRODUCTION IN PLANTS (SA - 1)
I. Fill in the blanks :
1. Roots of some plants not only store food but also produce new plants. They are known as _________________.
2. Seeds which have only one cotyledon are known as _______________.
3. Seeds which have two cotyledons are known as _______________.
4. The spot where the seed is attached to the plant is known as _______________.
5. The process of spreading seed to different places is called _______________.
6. The practice of growing crops on a large scale for food or other purpose is termed as _______________.
7. The growth of tissues or cells separated from the organism is known as _______________.
8. The chemicals used to destroy harmful insects on plants are called _______________.
9. The baby plant is also known as _______________.
10. _______________ is a bulb shaped underground stem.
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II. Name the following :
1. Two plants that reproduce from spore :
2. Two underground stems
3. Two plants that reproduce by stem cuttings
4. Two plants that reproduce by roots
5. Two plants that reproduce by leaves
6. Two example of monocotyledonous seeds
7. Two examples of dicotyledonous seeds
8. Two plants that disperse their seed by wind
9. Two plants that disperse their seeds by explosion
10. Two plants that disperse their seeds by water.
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