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Pollination and Fertilization Quiz


Pollination and Fertilization Quiz includes questions related to pollination and fertilization which take place in a flower. Click the lesson ‘Pollination and Fertilization‘ to Learn more about it. Now choose the correct answer for each question in the Pollination and Fertilization Quiz.

 

[{ "ques": "Which statement best describes 'pollination'?", "answers": [{ "opt": "The transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "The transfer of pollen grains from the stigma to the anther","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The transfer of pollen grains from the pistil to the stamen","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "A bee coming to a flower for nectar","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/pollination-quiz.jpg" }, { "ques": "Where can pollination happen?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Between pollen grains and stigma of the same flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Between pollen grains and stigma of different flowers of same species","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Only between pollen grains and stigma of the same flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "both (a) and (b) are correct","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/pollination-quiz.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which group shows the best answer for agents of pollination?", "answers": [{ "opt": "fire, water,wind","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "animals, fire, wind","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "wind, water, animals","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "none of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "" }, { "ques": "Why is wind a good agent of pollination?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Because flowers like swaying in the wind","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Because pollen grains can easily float in the air","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Because pollen grains get easily attracted to the wind","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "both (a) and (c) are correct","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "" }, { "ques": "How are flowers without brightly coloured petals pollinated?", "answers": [{ "opt": "by wind","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "by butterflies","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "by bees","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "none of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/pollination-by-wind.jpg" }, { "ques": "How can water help in pollination?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Pollen grains can dissolve in water and dissolved pollen grains can be brought to the stigma","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "pollen grains damp with water so that it is easy for them to stick to insects","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Pollen grains can be washed away and brought to the stigma","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "none of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "" }, { "ques": "How do animals involve in pollination?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Pollen grains can be brought to the stigma of another flower by animal droppings","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "pollen grains in one flower can be stuck in their body parts and brought to the stigma of another flower","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Some animals swallow pollen grains of one flower and drop them at the stigma of another flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "All of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/pollination-by-bees.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is 'Fertilization'?", "answers": [{ "opt": "The joining of male sex cells and female sex cells in a flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The joining of pollen grains and ovules in a flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The growth of flowers after fertilizing the plant","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "both (a) and (b) are correct","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/how-fertilization-takes-place.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is the step that should take place just before fertilization?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Germination","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Photosynthesis","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Pollination","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Transpiration","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/pollination-quiz.jpg" }, { "ques": "What changes can happen in the flower after fertilization?", "answers": [{ "opt": "ovules --> seeds / ovary --> fleshy fruit","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "ovary --> seeds / ovules --> fleshy fruit","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "stamen --> seeds / stigma --> fleshy fruit","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "stigma --> seeds / stamen --> fleshy fruit","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/butternut-flower-changes-quiz.jpg" } ]