Transportation in Plants Class 8

Welcome to your Transportation in Plants Class 8

1. Transpiration helps plants inDeselect Answer
2. The force of attraction between like molecules is calledDeselect Answer
3. An example of impermeable membrane isDeselect Answer
4. Which of the following is a micronutrient?Deselect Answer
5. The surface attraction of water by cell wall is calledDeselect Answer
6. Macronutrient required for the formation of ChlorophyllDeselect Answer
7. The rate of transpiration decreases if the humidity isDeselect Answer
8. During continuous loss of water in the form of water vapor from the leaves, a suction pressure is created calledDeselect Answer
9. The process in plants that require energy isDeselect Answer
10. Diffusion of water through semi permeable membrane is calledDeselect Answer
11. The loss of water in the form of water vapour is calledDeselect Answer
12. The age of the tree is found by countingDeselect Answer
13. Food conducting tissue of Plant isDeselect Answer
14. Transpiration pull will be maximum under which of the following conditions?Deselect Answer
15. What happens to the leaves if the rate of transpiration is more than the rate of absorption of water?Deselect Answer
16. Lenticels are present inDeselect Answer
17. The living component of Xylem isDeselect Answer
18. Transpiration will be reduced due toDeselect Answer
19. An element that is regarded as both macro and micronutrientDeselect Answer
20. A plant cell without nucleus is theDeselect Answer

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