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Std: 7

CHAPTER – 10 & 11
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SSSV
STUDY MATERIAL
PURVESH SIR (Ph): 9429976149

SCIENCE SEM

Q – 1 Blanks:
1). ..................................................................... are required for the oxidation
process.
2). ............................................................................ is the medium of tansport in
the human body.
3). Every part of a .................................................................................. organism
gets nutrients directly via cell diffusion.
4). The thick muscular organ of the circulatory system in humans is called
the ....................................
5). The ............................................................. ventricle pumps oxygenated blood
to all parts of the body.
6). ..................................................... are the thinnest of all blood vessels.
7). Formation of urine takes place in the ............................................................
8). Urine is collected (store) in
the ..........................................................................................
9). Amoeba gets nutrients and oxygen by which
process? .................................................................
10). The functional unit of a kidney is the ......................................................
11). Which one of these cells constitutes the
blood? ..............................................................
(A) RBC (B) WBC (C) Blood platelets (D) All of these
12). Straw coloured fluid that consists of suspended blood cells is
called .............................................
13). Red pigment of the blood is known as ....................................................
14). An instrument used to measure heartbeats is known
as ....................................................
15). The process by which water is lost through
leaves ...................................................................
16). A tissue in plants that takes water and minerals up the stem is
called ...........................................
17). A tissue that carries prepared food to all parts of plant is
called ..............................................
18). The process by which plants transport prepared food to all parts of the plant
is called ...........................................................................................

.................................................. reproduction....... are thick walled tubes.................................... are the reproductive organs of a plant...19)...................................... pollinated flower are small and not brightly coloured....................................................................................... Formation of spores is a form of ........... 33)................... have thinner walls................................ .................................................... ............... ............. and ............... .. ........... ....... ...................... plants..... pollinated flowers are brightly coloured and have nectar........................................... ......... ........ 28)... .. is an insect pollinated flower.... 20). 25).... 26)..................... 32)........................ In ....................... refers to the male and female reproductive cells in a flower..... In ....................... have stigma............................................ 27).................. into the .................................................................. develop small buds on the leaves of the plant................... Sexual reproduction is carried out only in ......... 31)................................ reproduction is the formation of new individual from the cells of a single parent....................................................... style and ovary................................................................................ The transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma is known as ....... of a flower..................................................................... There are a series of valves present in the ................................... ........................... pollen grains are transferred from anthers of one flower to the stigma of another flower............. Plants excrete their toxic wastes in the form of .. 37)................................................ reproduction....................... 35)......................................................... Leaves of .......... 30).... (Arteries / Veins) 22)............................................................. 29)........... Anther and filament form the ........................................................................................................................................................... Urine formed is collected via the ... 23).................................................................... 34)....................... (Arteries / Veins) 21)... 24)... 36)........ seeds are formed.......... and .........

............................................ and ovules becomes ................ Which of the reproduces by spores? ....................................................................... (A) Yeast (B) Spirogyra (C) Fucus (D) All of these 39)................................................................. 42)............................38).... The loss of water vapour from the stomata of leaves is called ......................................... 47).................. ............. 48)........... ..... reproduction........ Microscopic single celled or several celled reproductive bodies protected by a thick wall is called ............. the ovary becomes a .......................... What is the bud in the grafting method called? ............................ Plants transport water through the phloem........................................................................... Male and female reproductive cells are called ..................................... ...... 50)...................................................................... (A) Chrysanthemum (B) Oxalis (C) Potato (D) All of these 43)........................... reproduction is carried out only in flowering plants.......................................................... The formation of new plants through the fusion of male and female gametes is called ............... The process where pollen grains are transferred from the anther of one flower to the stigma of another flower of the same kind is called ....... 44)............. 45).............. After fertilization................................................................................................................... 53).......................... (A) Yeast (B) Algae (C) Spirogyra (D) Mosses 41)....................... Which one of these reproduces by stem? ......................................................................................... 46)...... The result of fusion of male and female gametes is called ......... 51)..................... The cut stem with roots of another plant used in grafting is called ...... Q – 2 True or False: 1).... Which of these shows asexual reproduction? ......................................... 52).................................. Which of these does not reproduce by fragmentation? ......... 49)...................... The process of producing young one from their parents is known as ................................ (A) Algae (B) Spirogyra (C) Fucus (D) Mosses 40)...... The process of fusion of male and female gametes is called .

...... ....................................... 4)........... Leaves of Bryophyllum develop small buds on the leaves of the plant................................................ ......... .............................. 4)...................... Formation of spores is a form of asexual reproduction........................... Our skin also acts as an excretory organ............. 5)... 8).... Products excreted by plants: .................................... Constituents of urine: ........ ....................... Respiration is the process of producing young ones from their parents....... 3)................................. .... ................................. Body wastes in humans: .................................. Formation of urine takes place in the ureters........2)........ ... 7)................................................................................................................. .................................................. 3)....... Wind pollinated flowers are brightly coloured and have nectar................................ .... 2).. ............................... 6)................................... ...... 9).................. The result of the fusion of male and female gametes is called zygote.................................. ................................................................................................ .............................................................. Asexual reproduction is the formation of new individual from the cells of a single parent. 10).......... .... Grafting & cutting are natural ways of vegetative reproduction......................................... .................... Q – 3 Write two examples: 1)............. Stamens have stigma.............................. 13)............ 12). The process by which prepared food is sent to all parts of the plant is called translocation............................. style and ovary...................................... Blood cells: ...... Urine is collected in the urinary bladder......... 14)......................... ...................................... ... Sexual reproduction is carried out only in flowering plants.................................... 11)........................................... ................

.................................................... Form of toxic waste in plants: ......... 5)...................................................................................................... .................. 12)............. ........... 9)....................... An instrument used to hear heartbeats.... ................... ............. 10).................... The process by which water is lost through leaves................................. 3)................................................................................ .............. 6)... ............................................................................................................... ......................... A tissue in plants that takes water and minerals up the stem............... The formation of new plants through the fusion of male and female gametes......................................................... Male and female reproductive cells.................... ....... 8).... ................ The result of fusion of male and female gametes..................... Plants that reproduce by layering: ......................... The process where pollen grains are transferred from the anther of one flower to the stigma of another flower of the same kind........................ The cut stem with roots of another plant used in grafting..................................... Microscopic single celled or several celled reproductive body........................................... ................................ .................... 2)..................................... ........................ Plants that reproduce by their roots: .............................. Q – 4 Give One word: 1)................................. 9)..... 8)...................................................................... 6)...................................................................................................5)...... 4)... 7)................. .................................................................................................................. Straw coloured fluid that consists of suspended blood cells...................... 13).. Plants that reproduce by forming spores: .... Transfer of pollen grains to the stigma of a flower.... 11)..... 7)......................................... ... Red pigment of the blood................... The process by which plants transport prepared food to all parts of the plant... Plants that reproduce by fragmentation: ............................................................... .....

........................................ .... .....14).............. A tissue that carries prepared food to all parts of the plant............................. Functional units of kidneys........... ............. 15)...................