G8 Unit 1 Plants Revision Quiz

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Revision quiz for Grade 8 (Stage 9) KS3 Cambridge secondary 1 course.

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Question 1

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where is this cell is found in a flowering plant?
Answer
  • In the male part of a flower.
  • In the roots of the plant.
  • On the surface of a leaf.
  • In side a leaf.

Question 2

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Which TWO structures are found in plant cells but not in animal cells.
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  • Vacuole and cell membrane
  • Chloroplasts and cell membrane
  • Chloroplasts and cell wall
  • Cell membrane and large vacuole.

Question 3

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Where does photosynthesis occur in a rose bush?
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  • A in all the parts
  • B in parts R and S only
  • C in part R only
  • D in part Q only

Question 4

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Plants often turn some of the food they make into another substance for storage. The name of this substance is:
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  • A glucose.
  • B starch.
  • C fibre.
  • D pasta.

Question 5

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Which of these shows the correct word equation for photosynthesis?
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  • glucose + carbon dioxide → water + oxygen (+ energy)
  • glucose (+ energy) → oxygen + glycerol
  • water + carbon dioxide → glucose + oxygen
  • chlorophyll + carbon dioxide → water + glycogen

Question 6

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Leaves are often wide so that they can:
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  • A absorb as much sunlight as possible.
  • B catch as much rain as possible.
  • C provide shelter for animals living under them.
  • D float to the ground when they drop in autumn.

Question 7

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Gases get into and out of a leaf by:
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  • diffusion.
  • absorption.
  • conduction.
  • convection.

Question 8

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Look at this list of substances. glucose, fat, cellulose, protein Which of these substances can plants make?
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  • glucose and cellulose only
  • glucose, cellulose and fat
  • glucose, cellulose and protein
  • all of them

Question 9

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Plants need cellulose to:
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  • A store energy.
  • B repair damaged cells.
  • C make cell walls.
  • D make cell surface membranes.

Question 10

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If plants do not get enough water they start to:
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  • A shrink.
  • B grow towards the light.
  • C grow bigger roots.
  • D wilt.

Question 11

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One important type of mineral salt for plants is:
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  • A sodium chloride
  • B nitrates
  • C clay
  • D loam

Question 12

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Water is carried up a plant in xylem tubes. What else do xylem tubes carry?
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  • A glucose
  • B fibre
  • C mineral salts
  • D pollen

Question 13

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The atmosphere is about:
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  • A 78% oxygen and 21% nitrogen.
  • B 78% nitrogen and 21% oxygen.
  • C 8% carbon dioxide and 21% oxygen.
  • D 78% oxygen and 21% carbon dioxide.

Question 14

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Look at these chemical processes. photosynthesis, respiration, burning fuels. Which of these processes add carbon dioxide to the air?
Answer
  • A respiration and burning
  • B respiration only
  • C photosynthesis and respiration
  • D burning only

Question 15

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Plants are important in keeping the atmosphere in balance because:
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  • A they use up oxygen.
  • B they use up carbon dioxide.
  • C they provide food for animals and humans.
  • D they use water.

Question 16

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Which of these would not be a disadvantage of cutting down forests?
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  • A Logging companies could make more profits.
  • B There would be fewer trees to keep the atmosphere in balance.
  • C Some species might become extinct.
  • D Floods might wash away the soil.

Question 17

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The roots have a number of functions. Tick TWO functions of roots.
Answer
  • Absorb carbon dioxide from the air.
  • Absorb water and mineral salts from the soil.
  • Absorb glucose from soil.
  • Hold the plant in the soil.