NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Science Chapter 1

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Science Chapter 1 - Food: Where Does It Come From

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Science Chapter 1 Food Where Does It Come From part-1
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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. What of the Groups of Animals?

Ans. The animals are in three groups. They are,

  • Carnivorous: The animals which eat other animals as their food belongs to the category of carnivorous.

  • Omnivorous: The animals which eat both animals and plants are known as omnivorous.

  • Herbivores: The animals which eat only plant products belong to the herbivorous category.

Q2. What are the Parts of a Plant? Explain Them.

Ans. The plant has several parts in it. And each part of a plant is used as several food ingredients. The basic parts of a plant are Flower, bud, stem, leaves, and roots. We will get leafy vegetables from leaves, potatoes, radish, carrots, etc. from fruits, edible oils from the seeds like sunflower, mustard, etc. The flowers were also used as a food ingredient like banana pumpkin, etc.

Q3. How the Seeds get Sprouted?

Ans. Seats make it sprouted easily by falling a few steps. The procedure is as given below,

  • First, you need to take a bowl of seeds and wash them thoroughly.

  • Then soak the washed seeds in water for a complete day.

  • Consequently, drain the water from the seeds completely and then wrap them in a wet cloth.

  • Then allow it for a day in an open space.

  • Finally, you will observe the growth of the thread-like structure on each seed when you open the wet cloth. These thread-like structures are nothing but sprouts.

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