Living things and Non living things

12/16/2014 CBSE

Q. What is habitat?

Answer: The surroundings where plants and animals live, is called their habitat.
The presence of specific features, which enable a plant or an animal to live in
particular habitat, is called adaptation.

Q. Which organism grow throw their lives

Ans: Plants

Q. What do living organism produce when oxygen combine with food?

Ans: Energy and carbon dioxide

Q. Name the process of giving out waste from body

Ans: Excretion

Q. What is the time within which a living stay alive?

Ans: life span

Q. what is by product of respiration?

Ans: Carbon dioxide

Q. what is similarity of cell and an atom of matter?

Ans: Both are structural units.

Q. Name a plant that shows response to stimulus?

Ans: Touch me not and sunflower

Q. State any two similarities between living and non living?

Ans: Both are made up of matter and have structural unit .

Q. Discuss different way ways by which living things reproduce?

Ans: See topic: All living things reproduce

Q. How can you prove that CO2 is by product of respiration?

Ans: We take lime water Ca (OH)2 in a beaker. Blow some air to mouth though a
straw. Lime tun milky that shows presence of carbon dioxide.

Q. Fire �consume oxygen, moves from one place to other and respond to
stimuli. Is fire living .Justify

Ans: no fire is not living things as it is not made up of living cells

Q. On what factors weather forecasting is done?

Ans: Climate , Distance from sun, wind speed any thousands of other factors

Q. what are the factors on which growth of living things depends on?

Ans: Growth in living things depends on: Food, climate, environment and life

Q. Why do root of plant grow in soil?

Ans: Root of plant show response to the earth gravity and grow in soil to get
water and mineral.

Q. How does exchange of gases take place in an earthworm?

Ans: Exchange of gases in an earthworm takes place through its moist skin.

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