Refer to the given dichotomous key.
Select the incorrect option regarding P – S.
AP could be tendril of grapevine whereas S could be prop roots of banyan.
BQ could be stem of Opuntia whereas R could be climbing root of betel.
CP could be tendril of Cucurbita whereas R could be climbing root of ivy.
DP could be tendril of passion flower whereas S could be aerial root of orchid.
Refer to the diagrammatic representation of water cycle and identify P, Q, R and S.
A P - Condensation; Q - Precipitation; R - Transpiration; S - Evaporation
B P - Precipitation; Q - Condensation; R - Transpiration; S - Evaporation
C P - Precipitation; Q - Condensation; R - Evaporation; S - Transpiration
D P - Precipitation; Q - Evaporation; R - Condensation; S - Transpiration
Komal and Kavita start at one end of a street (the origin), run to the other end, and then head back. On the way back, Komal is ahead of Kavita. Which of the given statements is correct, regarding the distance covered and the displacement from the origin at the moment?
AKavita has run a greater distance, but her displacement is less than that of Komal.
BKavita has run a greater distance and her displacement is greater than that of Komal.
CKomal has run a greater distance, but her displacement is less than that of Kavita.
DKomal has run a greater distance and her displacement is greater than that of Kavita.
Which of the following characteristics is/are shared by the animals shown in the given figures?
(i) They lay eggs.
(ii) They eat same type of food.
(iii) They grow and eventually die.
(iv) They live both on land and in water.
A(i) & (iii)
B(i), (ii) & (iii)
C(i), (iii) & (iv)
they ate same type of food
Which of the following seasons can you find in the given word grid?
AThe season when rainbows can be seen more frequently.
BThe season when we prefer to wear clothes made of fibres sourced from a mammal.
CThe season when most plants shed their leaves.
DThe season when temperatures may remain high upto 40°C.
Refer to the given flow chart and select the correct option.
AP can be water and T can be wooden chair.
BQ can be fumes from incense stick and U can be newspaper
CR can be antiseptic liquid and S can be smoke from a vehicle.
DP can be coconut oil and R can be sunflower oil.
Direction: Refer to the given figure of plant in which some parts are labelled and answer the question.
Which of the following is a correct match of the plant part and an example where it is edible?
AT - Sweet potato
BS - Pumpkin
CR - Sugarcane
DP - Brinjal