Subject: Science
Lesson: Life Process
Content
  • Introduction

  • Nutrition

  • Autotrophic nutrition

  • Heterotrophic nutrition

  • Nutrition in plants

  • Nutrition in animals

  • Respiration in animals

  • Respiration in plants

  • Transportation in plants

  • Transportation in animals

  • Excretion in animals

  •  Excretion in plants

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Important Questions
  1. What is life process?

  2.  Name the important processes that take place in our body.

  3. Name the two types of nutrition.

  4. What is autotrophic nutrition?

  5. Name the four events that occurs during photosynthesis.

  6. Explain the structure and function of stomata.

Short answer type questions:
  1. How is oxygen and carbon dioxide transported in human beings?

  2. In desert plants stomata is closed during day time. Give reason.

  3. Why is diffusion insufficient to meet the oxygen requirements of multicellular organisms like humans?

  4. What are the methods used by plants to get rid of excretory products?

  5. Name enzyme released in liver.

  6. Which type of respiration releases more energy : aerobic or anaerobic respiration.

Long answer type questions:
  1. Explain the digestive system of human body.

  2. Explain the process of nutrition in amoeba.

  3. Write the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration.

  4. Explain the structure and functions of nephron

  5. Why double circulation of blood is necessary in humans?

  6. Draw a neat labelled diagram of human heart.

  7. Draw a neat labelled diagram of nephron.

Lesson: Chemical reactions and equations
Content
  • Definition of chemical reactions and equations.

  • Types of chemical reactions

  • Balancing the equations

  • Exothermic reaction and endothermic reactions

  • Oxidation and reduction reactions

  • Combination reactions

  • Decomposition reactions

  • Displacement and double displacement reactions

  • Meaning of corrosion and rancidity

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Important Questions
  1. Define chemical reaction.

  2. What is balanced equations?

  3.  Write the five steps to balance the equations.

  4. Name the types of reactions.

  5. What is exothermic and endothermic reactions?

  6. What is oxidation and reduction reactions?

  7. What is rancidity? Give examples.

 Life Process Question Paper
  1. Where does the digestion of starch begin in body?

  2. During contraction of heart, which part of heart prevents back flow of blood.

  3. Name the red pigment which carries oxygen in blood

  4. What is the role of the acids in our stomach?

  5. What are the methods used by plants to get rid of excretory products?

  6. Write the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration.

  7. Name the enzymes which helps in the emulsification of fats.

  8. Why double circulation is necessary in humans?

  9. List the events that occurs during photosynthesis.

  10. Name the process by which autotrophs prepare their own food.

  11. What is the function of saliva produced in the mouth?

  12. Why do veins have thin walls as compared to arteries

  13. What will happen if platelets were absent in the blood?

  14. Why is the rate of breathing in aquatic organisms much faster than in terristerial organisms?

  15. Name the largest artery present in human body.

 Chapter-1 (Chemical reactions and equations) Question Paper
Short answer type questions
  1. What is chemical equation?

  2. What happens when magnesium is burnt in air?

  3. What happens when slaked lime is passed through carbon dioxide gas?

  4. Name the gas collected in the cathode during electrolysis of water.

  5. Name the chemical used in the black and white photography.

  6. Name the type of reaction involved, when iron nails are dipped in copper sulphate solution.

  7. What is exothermic reaction?

  8. What is redox reaction?

Light reflection and refraction
Topics
  • Introduction

  • Nutrition

  • Autotrophic nutrition

  • Heterotrophic nutrition

  • Nutrition in plants

  • Nutrition in animals

  • Respiration in animals

  • Respiration in plants

  • Transportation in plants

  • Transportation in animals

  • Excretion in animals

  •  Excretion in plants

Chapter-2 (Sources of energy)
Chemistry Chapter-2 (Acids Bases and Salts)
Chemistry Chapter-2 (Acids Bases and Salts)
  • Nervous system

  • Reflex action

  • Structure and function of human brain

  • Co ordination in plants

  • Phototropism

  • Geotropism

  • Harmones in animals

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