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The components of food including carbohydrates, vitamins, proteins, fats, and minerals are called _____.
Who can synthesize food for themselves?
Humans and animals are directly or indirectly dependent on _______.
Plants prepare their own food by using water, minerals, and ______.
The mode of taking food and utilization to its body by an organism is called ________.
The mode of nutrition in which organisms make their own food from simple substances is known as _________.
With regard to nutrition, the plants are also called ______.
According to the word autotrophic auto means self, then what does trophos mean?
Some organisms such as animals who take in food prepared by plants are known as _______.
What does the word heteros mean?
Which parts of the plant are called their food factories?
Which part of the plant absorbs water and minerals from the soil and transports to the leaves?
As the buildings are made of bricks so as the bodies of living organisms are made of _______.
The instrument to see the cells of a living organism is called _______.
The thin outer boundary which encloses a cell is called _______.
The spherical structure located at the centre of a cell is known as _____.
What do we call the jelly-like substance surrounding the nucleus of a cell?
The tiny pores of the leaves which take nutrients for the growth of the plant are known as ________.
The stomata of the leaves are surrounded by _______ cells.
What do we call the continuous path through which the nutrients reach the leaves?
The green pigment of the leaves is called _______.
Chlorophyll helps to capture energy from the ________.
The process of food preparation by the plant with the use of carbon dioxide and water in the presence of sunlight is known as ________.
Chlorophyll, sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide are the essential elements to carry out the process of _________.
Which among these is the ultimate source of energy for all living organisms?
The desert plants have a scale or spine-like leaves reduce the loss of water by ________.
Which is the other part of a desert plant which carries out photosynthesis?
Which gas is released during the process of photosynthesis?
The organism which often seen as slimy as green patches in the stagnant water bodies are called _____.
The algae are green in colour because they constrain______.
The carbohydrates are made up of ______number of gases.
Which gas is present in abundance in the air?
The gases carbon, hydrogen and oxygen are used to synthesize components of food such as ______ and _____.
The word synthesis means _______.
Which mode of nutrition do the plants not having chlorophyll use?
The insect-eating plants are called ______ plants.
The organism that takes nutrients from dead and decaying matters are called ____.
The mode of nutrition of fungi is known as ____.
The organisms having saprotrophic nutrition are called _____.
Which organisms grow on articles that are left in hot or humid weather for a long time?
The process when some organisms live together and share both shelter and nutrients among them is called _______.
In which organism do an alga and fungi live together?
Which bacterium can take atmospheric nitrogen and convert it into a usable form?
Which among these cannot prepare its own food?
Most of the pulses or dals are obtained from _______ plants.
The insectivorous plants are partial _______.
The presence of starch in leaves can be tested by _____ test.
The tiny pores present on the surface of the leaves which take carbon dioxide from the air are called _____.`
The pores on the surface of the leaves called stomata are surrounded by _____.
Which of these is an example of parasite?
The parasites take their food from _____ plant.
The food synthesizes by the plant is stored as _______.
What are the pores called through which the leaves of a plant exchange gases?
Which of these is a partially autotrophic plant?