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Parts of a Flower Quiz 2


Parts of a Flower Quiz 2: Choose the correct answer for each question in the Parts of a Flower Quiz 2.

Parts of a Flower Quiz 2

This Quiz includes questions related to parts of a flower. Click the lesson ‘Parts of a Flower’ to Learn more about it.

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[{ "ques": "Which statement best describes the petals of a flower?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Special types of leaves that form a ring around the flowers","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The brightly coloured parts of a flower which attract bees and butterflies into the flower","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "The parts of a flower that make nectar","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The top part of the flower stalk, where all the other parts of the flower are attached to","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/flowering-plants5.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is the main job of the petals?", "answers": [{ "opt": "to make the flower beautiful","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to make nectar","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to attract bees and butterflies into the flower","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "to protect the inner parts of the flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/flowering-plants3.jpg" }, { "ques": "Why do petals need to attract insects?", "answers": [{ "opt": "to help insects get their food","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to help insects find their mates","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to keep the interrelationships strong in the environment","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to help the flower get pollinated","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/bee-flower.jpg" }, { "ques": "What do most petals have in them to help attract insects?", "answers": [{ "opt": "a sweet sound","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "some kind of a signal","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "bright colours","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "pollen grains","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/flowering-plants4.jpg" }, { "ques": "How are flowers which do not have brightly coloured petals pollinated?", "answers": [{ "opt": "by wind or water","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "by wind or fire","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "by water or fire","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "they do not get pollinated","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/pollination-by-wind.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which statement best describes the sepals of a flower?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Special types of leaves that form a ring around the flowers","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "The brightly coloured parts of a flower which attract bees and butterflies into the flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "parts which are right in the centre of the flower that produce nectar","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The top part of the flower stalk, where all the other parts of the flower are attached to","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/sepals.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is the function of the sepals?", "answers": [{ "opt": "to attract bees and butterflies into the flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to protect the flower while it is a bud","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "to produce nectar","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to help all the other parts of the flower to attach to it","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/sepals.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which statement best describes the nectaries of a flower?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Special types of leaves that form a ring around the flowers","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The brightly coloured parts of a flower which attract bees and butterflies into the flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "parts which are right in the centre of the flower that produce nectar","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "The top part of the flower stalk, where all the other parts of the flower are attached to","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/nectaries.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which statement best describes the receptacles of a flower?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Special types of leaves that form a ring around the flowers","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The brightly coloured parts of a flower which attract bees and butterflies into the flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "parts which are right in the centre of the flower that produce nectar","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The top part of the flower stalk, where all the other parts of the flower are attached to","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/receptacles.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which option best describes the functions of the nectaries and receptacles respectively?", "answers": [{ "opt": "to produce nectar and to protect the flower while it is a bud","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to protect the flower while it is a bud and to attract bees and butterflies into the flower","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "to produce nectar and to help all the other parts of the flower to attach to it","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "none of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/nectaries-receptacles.jpg" } ]