Ncert exemplar solutions

Ncert exemplar solutions

Grade 6

Getting to Know Plants | Exercise

Question 1

Q1) Correct the following statements and rewrite them in your notebook.

(a) Stem absorbs water and minerals from the soil.

(b) Leaves hold the plant upright.

(c) Roots conduct water to the leaves.

(d) The number of sepals and petals in a flower is always equal.

(e) If the sepals of a flower are joined together, its petals are also joined together,

(f) If the petals of a flower are joined together, then the pistil is joined to the petal.

Solution:

Correct statements are written below:

(a) Roots absorb water and minerals from the soil.

(b) The stem holds the plant upright.

(c) Stem conducts water to the leaves.

(d) The number of petals and sepals in a flower may be equal or different in different plants.

(e) If the sepals of a flower are joined together, then its petals may or may not be joined together.

(f) If the petals of a flower are joined together, then the pistil is not necessarily joined to the petal.

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Question 1

Q1) Correct the following statements and rewrite them in your notebook.

(a) Stem absorbs water and minerals from the soil.

(b) Leaves hold the plant upright.

(c) Roots conduct water to the leaves.

(d) The number of sepals and petals in a flower is always equal.

(e) If the sepals of a flower are joined together, its petals are also joined together,

(f) If the petals of a flower are joined together, then the pistil is joined to the petal.

Solution:

Correct statements are written below:

(a) Roots absorb water and minerals from the soil.

(b) The stem holds the plant upright.

(c) Stem conducts water to the leaves.

(d) The number of petals and sepals in a flower may be equal or different in different plants.

(e) If the sepals of a flower are joined together, then its petals may or may not be joined together.

(f) If the petals of a flower are joined together, then the pistil is not necessarily joined to the petal.

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