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Chapter-6, Life Processes | Class X, NCERT (CBSE) Biology Science | Study Material with Additional Questions

Class X, NCERT (CBSE) Science
Chapter 6, Life Processes
Sample Questions and Study Materials
Q.1: Which pigment captures solar energy?
Q.2: Name any three life processes.
Q.3: Answer the following questions:
(i) What is the first reaction in photosynthesis?
(ii) In which form do plants store food?
Q.4: What are the inorganic sources used by plants for making food?
Q.5: What are the outside raw materials used by an organism?  
Q.6: Briefly describe the digestive functions of liver and pancreas. 
Q.7: Plants have lower energy need and transportation system than those of animals. Give reasons. 
Further Study on the chapter ‘Life Processes’
  • CBSE Science (Biology) Class X | Chapter 6, Life Processes | NCERT Textbook Exercise Questions (Answers) [Read] 
  • Life Processes | Class 10, CBSE Biology | Chapter 6, NCERT Science Textbook In-text Questions - Answers [Read]


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