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Subject : Science Topic : Food and Malnutrition disease 01
DPP No.__ Class : VII

1. Nitrogen is one of the constituent of which food substances?

(A) Carbohydrates (B) Fats (C) Proteins (D) Glycerol

2. Proteins are the polymers of

(A) Amino acids (B) Natural proteins (C) Enzymes (D) Nucleic acids

3. In which form, food is stored in animal body ?

(A) Glucose (B) Glycogen (C) Cellulose (D) ATP

4. Anaemia disease is due to Deficiency of which substance ?

(A) Iron (B) Vitamin A (C) Fat (D) Protein

5. Ascorbic acid is also called as :-

(A) Vit D (B) Vit K (C) Vit E (D) Vit C

6. Which vitamin is obtained from an orange ?

(A) Vitamin - A (B) Vitamin - B (C) Vitamin - C (D) Vitamin - D

7. Which components of diet should be given more to children ?

(A) Carbohydrates (B) Mineral - salt (C) Fats (D) Protein

8. In which form carbohydrate are present in Cane Sugar-

(A) Maltose (B) Fructose (C) Sucrose (D) Glucose

9. In a cell highest quantity of constituents is -

(A) Lipid (B) Water (C) Amino acid (D) Nucleic acid

10. Vitamin A deficiency in humans lead to :

(A) Night blindness (B) Beri beri (C) Rickets (D) Scurvy

11. Mainly pulses are the rich source of

(A) proteins (B) carbohydrates (C) fats (D) fibre

12. Which of the following food item contains Fat ?

(A) Rice (B) Cabbage (C) Vitamins (D) Butter

13. The nutrient essential for insulation of heat

(A) protein (B) carbohydrate (C) vitamins (D) fat

14. Our body needs _ litres of water every day.

(A) 3-4 (B) 4-5 (C) 2-3 (D) 0-1


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Subject : Science Topic : Common diseases 02
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1. Who laid the foundation of bacteriology ?


(A) A.V. Leeuwenhoek (B) Louis Pasteur (C) Robert Koch (D) De Mitri Ivanovasky
2. The group of bacterial diseases is :
(A) Mumps, Measles, Kala azar and Cholera
(B) Small pox, Tetanus, Trichinosis and Trench fever.
(C) Measles, Polio, Diptheria and Tetanus
(D) Cholera, Typhoid, Diphtheria and Tetanus
3. Food poisoning is caused by
(A) Clostridium botulism (B) Salmonella typhosa
(C) Clostridium tetani (D) None of these
4. Full form of AIDS is
(A) Anti–Immune Deficiency Syndrome (B) Anti–Immune Disease Syndrome
(C) Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (D) Acquired Immune Disease Symptoms.
5. Which type ofdisease is ringworm categorised as ?
(A) Viral Disease (B) Bacterial Disease (C) Fungal Disease (D) Allergic Disease
6. Which one of the following disease is caused by virus ?
(A) Cholera (B) Diphtheria (C) Measles (D) Whooping cough
7. Which bacteria cause food poisoning ?
(A) Aspergillus (B) Clostridium (C) Salmonella (D) Rhizobium
8. Which of the following is the correct group of sense organs ?
(A) Eyes, nose , lips, ear, tongue (B) Nose, ear eyes, skin , tongue
(C) Nose, ear, eyes , skin , tongue (D) Ear, eyes, nose , lips, teeth
9. Veins carry blood
(A) away from the heart (B) towards the heart (C) towards the brain (D) None of these
10. Milk : Protein : : Bread :
(A) Fats (B) Carbohydrates (C) Vitamins (D) Minerals
11. A common thing, which causes disease in computer and human body in
(A) bacteria (B) virus (C) fungi (D) protozoa
12. The urine becomes yellow due to bile pigments in the disease
(A) malaria (B) jaundice (C) tuberculosis (D) liverrhoea
13. Mark the odd one out.
(A) Leprosy (B) Tuberculosis (C) Tetanus (D) AIDS
14. Which organ of human body does the goitre disease affect -
(A) The nose (B) The ear (C) The throat (D) The eye
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Subject : Science Topic : Day today Science 03
DPP No.__ Class : VII

[A] Choose the correct answer


1. The major causes of air pollution include
(A) burning of coal and petroleum (B) afforestation
(C) use of catalytic converters in automobiles (D) recycling of paper

2. Pollution affects
(A) plants, animals, and human beings (B) plants only
(C) animals and plants (D) human beings only

3. Air pollution causes


(A) floods (B) plants rain (C) global warming (D) all of these

4. Water pollution is mainly caused by


(A) chlorofluorocarbons
(B) wastes being dumped in water bodies without treatment
(C) vehicular fumes
(D) Global warming

5. Water pollution leads to


(A) soil erosion (B) eutrophication (C) soil erosion (D) acid rain

B. Fill in the blanks


1. ___________ of the air is needed by all living beings, plants and animals, while green plants need
___________ as well to prepare their food. (oxygen/oxide/carbon monoxide/carbon dioxide)
2. If plants are cut down, then the ___________ level in the air will go up. (oxygen/carbon dioxide)
3. ___________ are responsible for the depletion of the ozone layer in the atmosphere (CFCs/carbon
dioxide)
4. Sewage wastes should be treated well to remove ___________ substances, before being released
into water. (green/toxic)
5. More and more ___________ plants should be put up, so that water can be used many times and in
many ways, before it is disposed off. (water recycling/soil transplanting)
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Subject : Science Topic : Day today Science 04
DPP No.__ Class : VII

Q1. Solve the following cross word

1 2

4
5

ACROSS
2. This air pollutant has great affinity for haemoglobin
3. A poisonous metal that may lead to numbness of limbs in human beings
5. Responsible for depletion of ozone layer

DOWN
1. An effect of air pollution that is responsible for spoilage of monuments
2. Addition of this substance kills microorganisms present in water-C
4. Greenhouse gas

Q2. Fill in the blanks with suitable words :


(a) Wheat is a ______ crop (Rabi / Kharif)
(b) Pressure is also measured in ____________ (joule / mm of Hg)
(c) The green colour in leaves is due to a pigment called ____________ (xanthophyll/chlorophyll)
(d) ____________is an example of a contact force. (Friction / Electric force)
(e) ____________ is/are responsible for the depletion of the ozone layer. (Carbon dioxide / CFCs)
(f) A drinking straw works on the principle of ____________ (force / pressure)
(g) The concentration of ____________ increases in the atmosphere due to deforestation (oxygen/
carbondioxide)
(h) Addition of harmful substances into the environment is called ____________ (population/pollution)
(i) The green colour in leaves is due to a pigment called ____________ (xanthophyll / chlorophyll).
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Subject : Science Topic : Day today Science 05
DPP No.__ Class : VII

1. Which is the correct sequence of the food chain in grassland ?


(A) Grass  wolf  deer  buffalo (B) Grass  insects  bird  snake
(C) Grass  snake  insects  deer (D) Grass  snake  insects  wolf
2. Which of the following functions performed by forests helps most in controlling drought ?
(A) Forests prevent soil erosion (B) Forests bring rainfall
(C) Forests have lot of water plants (D) Forests act as water sheds
3. Trophic levels are formed by :
(A) only plants (B) only animals
(C) only carnivores (D) organisms linked in food chains
4. The maximum energy is stored at which of the following trophic level in any ecosystem :
(A) Producers (B) Herbivores (C) Carnivores (D) Top carnivoreses causes

5. RBC’s are formed in -


(A) thymus (B) spleen (C) liver (D) bone marrow
6. Blood in human body is -
(A) A fluid only (B) A fluid containing nutrients
(C) A liquid ground tissue (D) A liquid connective tissue
7. The nitrogen cycle involves , the process which involves conversion of amino nitrogen to ammonium is
called as
(A) nitrification (B) ammonification (C) both A & B (D) none of these
8. Which gas is said to be known as “green house gas“.
(A) O2 (B*.) CO2 (C) N2 (D) All of the above
9. People get respiratory diseases such as bronchitis, asthma etc, due to pollution of
(A) air (B) water (C) land (D) noise
10. Major factor for water pollution is
(A) industrial effluents (B) smoke (C) temperature (D) mathura refinery
11. The use of fossil fuel like coal & petroleum is
(A) useful (B) harmful (C) uncertain (D) none of these are correct
12. Match the following
Column I Column II
1. Protons (a) Kharif crop
2. Elephants (b) Soil erosion
3. Deforestation (c) Positive charged
4. Rice (d) Ivory
SCIENCE _RIMC CLASS-VII_ANSWERKEY

Food and Malnutrition disease DPP-01


Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
A, C A B A D C D C B A A D D B

Common diseases DPP-02

Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
A, C D A C C C B C B B B B D C

Day today Science DPP-03


Q. 1 2 3 4 5
A, A A C B B

[B] 1. Oxygen, carbon dioxide 2. carbon dioxide


3. CFCs 4. toxic 5. water recycling

Day today Science DPP-04


Ans.1 ACROSS
2. Carbon Monoxide.
3. Mercury
5. Freons
DOWN
1. Acid Rain
2. Chlorine
4. Methane
Ans.2 (a) Rabi (b) mm of Hg (c) chlorophyll (d) Friction
(e) CFCs (f) pressure (g) carbondioxide (h) pollution
(i) chlorophyll

Day today Science DPP-05

Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
A, B B D A D D B B A A B

12. 1.(c), 2.(d), 3.(b), 4.(d)