Class 3 Plants Around Us Questions And Answers

Last updated on December 2nd, 2022 at 07:46 pm

Class 3 Plants Around us

 

Class 3 Plants Around Us Questions And Answers | 03 – Grade 3 Science Question Answers Question Answers / Solutions for CBSE / ICSE/State kids

Answer the following questions

Fill in the Blanks:-

  1. The tall straight plants that you see around us are called………….
  2. Plants that do not have thick stems but the stems are hard and Woody they are called………….
  3. Plants that have a green stem are called………….
  4. Plants that have weak stems and cannot stand straight on their own are called………….
  5. Plants with very weak stems and which cannot stand straight are called………….
  6. Food obtained from plants may be eaten …………. or………….
  7. The …………. of sugarcane is a major source of sugar
  8. We also get sugar from the root of…………
  9. Cinnamon is obtained from the …………. of a tree
  10. Saffron and cloves are obtained from …………. of the plants
  11. We get tea and coffee from………….
  12. Leaves of…………. are used to treat common cough and cold.

Answers:-

  1. Trees
  2. Shrubs
  3. Herbs
  4. Climbers
  5. Creepers
  6. Raw or cooked
  7. Stem
  8. Sugar beet
  9. Bark
  10. Flower 
  11. Plants
  12. Tulsi plant

Answer the following questions:-

 

Que-1 – Define Herbs and shrubs?

Answer – Plants that have a soft green stem and can stand erect on the ground are called herbs.While plants that do not have thick stem cells but their stems are some hard and Woody and they can stand straight are called shrubs.

 

Que-2 – Define Creepers and climbers.

Answer – Plants that have weak stems and cannot straight on their own need support to climb they are called climbers. While Creepers are plants that have weak stems and cannot stand with the help of support are called Creepers.

 

Que-3 – Give some examples of shrubs.

Answer – Jasmine and lemon are shrubs.

 

Que-5 – Give some examples of climbers.

Answer – Money plant bitter gourd and grapevine are examples of climbers.

 

Que-4 – Give some examples of herbs.

Answer – Coriander Rice and wheat are examples of herbs.

 

Que-6 – Give some examples of Creepers.

Answer – Pumpkin and watermelon are examples of Creepers

 

Que-7 – Give an example of plants whose roots are eaten.

Answer – Roots of plants such as carrot beetroot turnips and radishes for the food prepared by the plant and eaten by us.

 

Que-8 – Give an example of plants whose leaves are eaten.

Answer – There are so many plants whose leaves are eaten such as spinach cabbage fenugreek and leafy vegetables.

 

Que-9 – Give an example of a plant whose stem is eaten.

Answer – Potatoes, Spring onions, and sugarcanes are stems that we eat.

 

Que-10 – Give an example of plants whose flowers are eaten.

Answer – Plants such as Cauliflower and broccoli can be eaten as flowers.

 

Que-11 – Write the name of different parts of the plant.

Answer – Root, stem, leaves, branches, flowers, and fruits.

 

Que-12 – Write the name of the edible root.

Answer – Radish, carrot, turnip, and beet are edible roots.

 

Que-13 – what is the function of the root?

Answer – The root helps the plant to absorb the minerals from the soil.

 

 

Que-14 -What are annual plants?

Annual plants are plants that live for one season only. for example –tomato, paddy wheat, etc.

 

Que-15 -What are biennials plants?

Biennials are plants that live for two seasons stem and leaves develop in the first season and flowers and fruits develop in the second season. Examples are carrots, radishes, etc.

 

Que-16 -What are perennials plants?

Perennials are plants that live for many years .example are mango, coconut, neem, etc.

 

Que-17 -Define aquatic plants.

Plants that grow in water are called aquatic plants. Ex. are lotus and water lily.

 

Que-18 -Define floating plants.

Some plants float on the surface of the water they are called floating plants. Ex. are water hyacinth.

 

Que-19 -Define submerged plants.

Plants that live completely underwater are called submerged plants. Ex. Are hydrilla and tape grass.

 


Updated: December 2, 2022 — 7:46 pm

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