CBSE Class 9 Biology Question Paper Set D. Students can download the last year question papers using the link below. Free download of examination question papers with solutions. Last 10 year question papers should be practised to get better marks in examinations.
1.What happens when you pour some acetone on your palm ?
2.In a high jump athletic event the athletes are made to fall on a cushioned bed. Why ?
3.Name the plastid which stores starch, oils and protein granules.
4.What is a solution ? On which factor does a solution said to be diluted, concentrated or saturated ?
5.The earth attracts the moon. Does the moon also attract the earth ? If it does, why does the earth not move towards the moon ?
6.Mention any two functions of Golgi apparatus.
7.In a temporary mount of a leaf epidermis we observe small pores.
(a) What are the pores present in leaf epidermis called ? (b) How are these pores beneficial to the plant ?
8.(a) Write the location and function of collenchyma tissue. (b) Draw a diagram of collenchyma tissue and label its any four parts.
9.(a) Name the connective tissue that is found between skin and muscles. (b) Draw its diagram and label any three parts.
10.Explain your observation in the following with reason involved in the process.
(a) Salt is applied to raw mango pieces
(b) Dried raisins are kept in water for a few hours.
11.What is animal husbandry? Differentiate between milch and draught animals. What do the following supply to dairy animals : (i) roughage (ii) concentrates.
12.State differences between mixed cropping and intercropping with examples.
13.(a) Differentiate between Intercropping and mixed cropping giving one example of each. (b) List any two advantages of such type of cropping patterns.
(a) Mention the two ways of obtaining fish. (b) Explain composite fish culture system with the help of an example. (c) Mention the major problem in fish farming. How can this problem be overcome
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