Match column I with column II and select the correct option from codes given below.
|Column I||Column II|
(A) Cleaning and disentangling the fibres
(B) Brushing and straightening of fibres
|(iv) Seed pods||
(D) Cotton fibres after being separated from seeds
(E) Separating fibres from seed
A(i) - (e); (ii) - (b); (iii) - (a); (iv) - (c); (v) - (d)
B(i) - (d); (ii) - (e); (iii) - (b); (iv) - (a); (v) - (c)
C(i) - (e); (ii) - (a); (iii) - (b); (iv) - (c); (v) - (d)
D(i) - (d); (ii) - (a); (iii) - (b); (iv) - (c); (v) - (e)
Refer to the given flow chart and select the correct option.
A X – Flax, Y – Silk
B W – Cotton, Y – Silk
C W – Flax, Z – Wool
D X – Jute, Z – Wool
Select the option that correctly fills the blanks in the given sentences.
(A) (i) of a flax plant provides fibres.
(B) (ii) is the cheapest natural fibre.
(C) The process of separating cotton fibres from cotton seeds is called (iii).
(D) (iv) is obtained by spinning together a bunch of fibres.
(E) (v) is a blended fabric.
(F) The loose fluffy fibres are untangled and combed to form a long soft rope called a (vi).
Consider the following statements (i - iv) and select the option that correctly identifies true (T) and false (F) ones.
(i) Angora wool is obtained from Angora sheep.
(ii) Spinning is the process of changing fibre into yarn.
(iii) Coir is obtained from fruits of Kapok tree.
(iv) The process of removing hair from the sheep is called shearing.
(v) Knitting can be done by using only one yarn.
Refer to the given flow chart and select the incorrect option regarding P, Q, R and S.
A P is a protein fibre whereas Q, R and S are cellulosic fibres.
B Retting is involved in processing of Q whereas ginning is involved in processing of S.
C P could be wool, Q could be jute, R could be sisal and S could be cotton.
D Fabrics made from P and S are excellent winter clothings whereas fabrics made from Q and R form excellent summer clothings.
The shape of the Moon seems to be changing. What shape of the Moon is expected to appear when:
a. The Moon is between the Earth and the Sun?
b. The side of the Moon facing the Earth is fully illuminated by the Sun?
please give me logic of ans A.I THINK ITS B.
Naziya poured 100 mL of boiling water into 4 containers of similar size and material from one to another in the order of a, b, c and d as shown here. Which containers have highest and lowest temperature, respectively?
A d and c
B d and b
C a and d
D a and b
I don't understand.
Some water falling on ground, forms an extremely thin, tightly held film around the soil particles called ________ while some water moves down upto the water table and is called ________.
Select the option that correctly fills the blanks in the above statement.
A Gravitational water, capillary water
B Hygroscopic water, surface runoff
C Hygroscopic water, gravitational water
D Capillary water, surface runoff
Refer to the given key and answer the following questions.
(i) Membrane with definite pores - P
(ii) Inner membrane with stalked particles - Q
(iii) Inner membrane connected into stacks like structures - R
(iv) Sac like organelle containing hydrolytic enzymes - S
(v) Membraneless organelle composed of one large and one small subunit. - T Select the option that correctly identifies any of these organelles.
A P - Nucleus, Q - Mitochondrion, S - Ribosome
B Q - Chloroplast, R - Mitochondrion, T - Ribosome
C R - Chloroplast, S - Lysosome, T - Ribosome
D P - Nucleus, Q - Chloroplast, R - Mitochondrion