Transportation in Animals and Plantsv - Worksheets

 CBSE Worksheet-01

Class – VII Science (Transportation in Animals and Plants)

  1. The vessels that transport water and minerals are called
    a. Xylem b. Phloem c. Stomata d. Vacuoles
  2. The excess of water absorbed in plants by their roots gets evaporated through the process of
    a. Absorption b. Excretion c. Transpiration d. Elimination
  3. Which one of the following transport oxygen to different parts of the body?
    a. RBC b. WBC c. Platelets d. All of them.
  4. The urine from kidneys passes to urinary bladder through
    a. Ureter b. Urinary tubules c. Urethra d. Fallopian tube
  5. Match the following
    Column AColumn B
    a. Transport oxygenated bloodi. Pumping of blood
    b. Transport deoxygenated bloodii. Nitrogenous waste from blood
    c. Heartiii. Water and mineral in plants
    d. Kidneyiv. Arteries
    e. Xylemv. Veins
  6. Fill in the blanks.
    1. The liquid part of blood is called __________.
    2. Kidney is made of tiny structures called __________.
    3. __________ carry impure blood from organs to heart.
    4. Main excretory product of human being is __________.
    5. Largest artery is called __________.
  7. How many chambered is the human heart? Name them.
  8. What is transpiration? Write its function?
  9. Write functions of blood?
  10. Rearrange the jumbled words to get word related to human circulatory system.

CBSE Worksheet-01
Class – VII Science (Transportation in Animals and Plants)

Answer key

  1. a
  2. c
  3. a
  4. a
  5. (a) – (iv), (b) – (v), (c) – (i), (d) – (ii), (e) – (iii).
    1. Plasma
    2. nephron
    3. veins
    4. CO2, sweat and urea
    5. aorta.
  6. Human heart is divided into four chambers. The upper two chambers are called auricles /atrium and lower two chambers are called ventricle.
  7. Loss of water in form of water vapour from the leaf of plant through the surface is called transpiration. It helps in upward movements of water from root to leaves.
  8. Functions of blood:
    1. Transport of Oxygen and carbon dioxide.
    2. Protection against infection.
    3. Transport of nitrogenous wastes.
    4. Transport of digested food.
    1. HEART
    2. VEINS
    3. PLASMA
    5. ARTERY.