Test Paper Of Class 7 Science Biology Chapter 11 Transportation in Animals and Plants
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CLASS: 7 MAX.MARKS :30
SUBJECT: SCIENCE (Bio) TIME: 1:30 HOUR
CH: 11 (Transportation in Animals and Plants)
I. All questions are compulsory.
II. This question paper contains 18 questions divided into three Sections:- A, B, and C.
III. Section A has 10 questions of 1 mark each. Section B has 4 questions of 2 mark each and Section C has 4 questions of 3 mark each.
(Section – A)
In Questions 1 to 10, there are four options, out of which one is correct. Write the correct answer.
1. Name the smooth muscle of urinary bladder.
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A. Cardiac muscle
B. Detrusor muscle
C. Dartos muscle
2. In plants, water is transported through
(i) xylem (ii) phloem
(iii) stomata (iv) root hair
3. What is the main excretory product in humans?
A. Ammonia B. Uric acid
C. Urea D. Both a and c
4. They are pipe-like, consisting of a group of specialised cells. They transport substances and form a two-way traffic in plants. Which of the following terms qualify for the features mentioned above?
(a) Xylem tissue (b) Vascular tissue
(c) Root hairs (d) Phloem tissue
5. The muscular tube through which stored urine is passed out of the body is called.
A. Kidney B. Ureter
C. Urethra D. Urinary bladder
6. In which of the following parts of human body are sweat glands absent?
(a) Scalp (b) Armpits
(c) Lips (d) Palms
7. The main excretory organs in man are.
A. Kidneys B. Nephridia
C. Trachea D. Lungs
8. Aquatic animals like fish excrete their wastes in gaseous form as
(a) Oxygen (b) Hydrogen
(c) Ammonia (d) Nitrogen
9. The principal nitrogenous excretory compound in humans is synthesised.
A. In kidneys as well as eliminated by kidneys
B. In liver and also eliminated by the same through bile
C. In the liver but eliminated mostly through kidneys
D. In kidneys but eliminated mostly through liver
10. Which of the following does not help in excretion?
A. Liver B. Sweat glands
C. Pancreas D. Both A and B
(Section – B)
11. Look at Figure, Draw another figure of the same set-up as would be observed after a few hours.
12. (a) Name the only artery that carries carbon dioxide-rich blood.
(b) Why is it called an artery if it does not carry oxygen-rich blood?
13. Why is transport of materials necessary in a plant or in an animal? Explain.
14. Name the process and the organ which helps in removing the following wastes from the body.
(a) Carbon dioxide (b) Undigested food
(c) Urine (d) Sweat
(Section – C)
15. Arrange the following statements in the correct order in which they occur during the formation and removal of urine in human beings.
(a) Ureters carry urine to the urinary bladder.
(b) Wastes dissolved in water is filtered out as urine in the kidneys.
(c) Urine stored in urinary bladder is passed out through the urinary opening at the end of the urethra.
(d) Blood containing useful and harmful substances reaches the kidneys for filtration.
(e) Useful substances are absorbed back into the blood.
16. Read the following terms given below. root hairs xylem urethra arteries kidneys veins atria capillaries heart ureter phloem urinary bladder Group the terms on the basis of the categories given below.
(a) Circulatory system of animals.
(b) Excretory system in human.
(c) Transport of substances in plants.
17. While learning to ride a bicycle Boojho lost his balance and fell. He got bruises on his knees and it started bleeding. However, the bleeding stopped after some time.
(a) Why did the bleeding stop?
(b) What would be the colour of the wounded area and why?
(c) Which type of blood cells are responsible for clotting of blood?
18. Match structures given in Column I with functions given in Column II.
Column I Column II
(i) Stomata (a) Absorption of water
(ii) Xylem (b) Transpiration
(iii) Root hairs (c) Transport of food
(iv) Phloem (d) Transport of water
(e) Synthesis of carbohydrates