Getting to Know Plants | class 6 worksheet

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Getting to Know Plants. Download Getting to Know Plants class 6 worksheet based on the latest CBSE syllabus including getting to know Plants MCQ, long and short questions answer type, define, and diagram based questions,

Getting to Know Plants class 6 (points to remember)

Based on these characters most plants can be classified into three categories: herbs, shrubs and trees. Plants with green and tender stems are called herbs. They are usually short and may not have many branches. Some plants develop branches near the base of stem. The stem is hard but not very thick. Such plants are called shrubs. Some plants are very tall and have hard and thick stem. The stems have branches in the upper part, much above the ground. Such plants are called trees.

Plants with weak stems that cannot stand upright but spread on the ground are called creepers, while those that take support and climb up are called climbers. These are different from the herbs, shrubs and trees.

The part of leaf by which it is attached to the stem is called a petiole. The broad, green part of the leaf is called lamina

lines on the leaf are called veins, a prominent line in the middle of the leaf This is called the midrib The design made by veins in a leaf is called the leaf venation If this design is net-like on both sides of midrib, the venation is reticulate In the leaves of grass you might have seen that the veins are parallel to one another. This is parallel venation.

Water comes out of leaves in the form of vapour by a process called transpiration. Plants release a lot of water into the air through this process.

The innermost part of flower is called the pistil.

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