NCERT Class-9 Science Solutions: Chapter 7-Diversity In Living Organisms Part 6

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Short Answer Questions

Question 35:

Write true (T) or false (F)

  1. Whittaker proposed five kingdom classification.

  2. Monera is divided into Archaebacteria and Eubacteria.

  3. Starting from Class, Species comes before the Genus.

  4. Anabaena belongs to the kingdom Monera.

  5. Blue green algae belongs to the kingdom Protista.

  6. All prokaryotes are classified under Monera.

Answer:

  1. Whittaker proposed five kingdom classification. (True)

  2. Monera is divided into Archaebacteria and Eubacteria. (True)

  3. Starting from Class, Species comes before the Genus. (False)

  4. Anabaena belongs to the kingdom Monera. (True)

  5. Blue green algae belongs to the kingdom Protista. (False)

  6. All prokaryotes are classified under Monera. (True)

Question 36:

Fill in the blanks

  1. Fungi shows———mode of nutrition.

  2. Cell wall of fungi is made up of ———.

  3. Association between blue green algae and fungi is called as———.

  4. Chemical nature of chitin is ———.

  5. ———has smallest number of organisms with maximum number of similar characters

  6. Plants without well differentiated stem, root and leaf are kept in ———.

  7. ———are called as amphibians of the plant kingdom.

Answer:

  1. Fungi shows saprophytic mode of nutrition.

  2. Cell wall of fungi is made up of chitin.

  3. Association between blue green algae and fungi is called as lichens.

  4. Chemical nature of chitin is carbohydrate.

  5. species as smallest number of organisms with maximum number of similar characters

  6. Plants without well differentiated stem, root and leaf are kept in Thallophyta.

  7. Bryophytes are called as amphibians of the plant kingdom.

Question 37:

You are provided with the seeds of gram, wheat, rice, pumpkin, maize and pea. Classify them whether they are monocot or dicot.

Answer:

  • Gram - dicot

  • Wheat - monocot

  • Rice - monocot,

  • Pumpkin - dicot

  • Maize - monocot

  • Pea - dicot

Question 38:

Match items of column (A) with items of column (B)

Match Items of Column (A) and Column (B). (Q)
Match items of column (A) and column (B). (Q)

Column (A)

Column (B)

A.

Naked seed

a.

Angiosperms

B.

Covered seed

b.

Gymnosperms

C.

Flagella

c.

Bryophytes

D.

Marchantia

d.

Euglena

E.

Marsilea

e.

Thallophyta

F.

Cladophora

f.

Pteridophyta

G.

Penicillium

g.

Fungi

Answer:

Match Items of Column (A) and Column (B). (A)
Match items of column (A) and column (B). (A)

Column (A)

Column (B)

A.

Naked seed

b.

Gymnosperms

B.

Covered seed

a.

Angiosperms

C.

Flagella

d.

Euglena

D.

Marchantia

c.

Bryophytes

E.

Marsilea

f.

Pteridophyta

F.

Cladophora

e.

Thallophyta

G.

Penicillium

g.

Fungi

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