MCQ on The Living Organisms Characteristics and Habitats

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MCQ on The Living Organisms Characteristics and Habitats

1. Oaks, pines and deodars are types of trees found in ……… region.

(A) Himalayan

(B) Desert

(C) Semi desert

(D) Tropical region


2.Casuarina are types of

(A) Mountains

(B) Trees

(C) Shrubs

(D) Grass


3. Most of the plants and animals that are living in the sea surrounded by saline water, they use ………. to breath.

(A)  They can not breath

(B) Salt dissolved in water

(C) Air dissolved in water

(D) None of the above


4. Streamlined shape of ……… helps them to move inside water.

(A) Crabs

(B) Fish

(C) Snakes

(D) All of the above


5. With the help of ………. presents in the fish help them to use oxygen dissolved in water.

(A) Nostrils

(B) Skin

(C) Gills

(D) None of the above


6. The presence of specific features or certain habits which enables and organism to live naturally at a place is called………..

(A) Adaptation

(B) Habitat

(C) Nature

(D) Environment


7. The place where organisms live is called ………..

(A) Adaptation

(B) Habitat

(C) Biotic component

(D) Abiotic component


8. The plants and animals that are living on land are called …………….

(A) Terrestrial habitat

(B) Aquatic habitat

(C) Biotic habitat

(D) All of the above


9. Animals and plants that live in water are called …………

(A) Abiotic habitat

(B) Aquatic habitat

(C) Both A and B

(D) None of the above


10. Match List I (type of habitat) with List II (their examples)

                    List-I                            List-II

           (a) Terrestrial habitat        (1) Forest, grassland, deserts, coastal and mountain region

           (b) Aquatic habitat             (2) Lake, rivers, ponds and oceans

           (c) Abiotic components     (3) Rocks, soil, air and water


(A) (a)-1,     (b)-2,     (c)-3

(B) (a)-2,      (b)-1,     (c)-3

(C) (a)-3,    (b)- 1,       (c)-2

(D) None of the above


Answers: –

1.(A)         2.(B)         3.(C)       4. (C)         5.(B)           6.(A)        7. (B)         8.(A)       9. (B)      10. (A )