Match the Columns Science Class 10 Chapter 8: How Do Organisms Reproduce 

Each question contains statements given in two columns which have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in column-I have to be matched with statements (p, q, r, s) in column II.:

Question.1

Column IColumn II
(A) Seminal vesicle(p) Latex sheath
(B) Urinogenital duct(q) Semen plasma
(C) Condom(r) Protozoan
(D) Trichomoniasis(s) Corpus spongiosum
Column IColumn II
(A) Seminal vesicle(q) Semen plasma
(B) Urinogenital duct(s) Corpus spongiosum
(C) Condom(p) Latex sheath
(D) Trichomoniasis(r) Protozoan

Question.2.

Column IColumn II
(A) Amoeba(p) Budding
(B) Hydra(q) Regeneration
(C) Planaria(r) Fission
(D) Rhizopus(s) Fragmentation
(E) Spirogyra(t) Spore formation
Column IColumn II
(A) Amoeba(r) Fission
(B) Hydra(p) Budding
(C) Planaria(t) Spore formation
(D) Rhizopus(s) Fragmentation
(E) Spirogyra(q) Regeneration

Question.3

Column IColumn II
(A) Animals which give birth to young one(p) Hydra
(B) Animal which produces bud(q) Planaria
(C) An animal which shows regeneration(r) Placenta
(D) Provides nutrition to the developing embryo(s) Cross-pollination
(E) The pollen transferred from one flower to another(t) Germination
(F) The process in which embryo develops into seedling(u) Viviparous
(G) Fertilised egg in humans gets implanted in(v) Menstruation
(H) When egg in humans is not fertilised, what happens?(w) Uterus
Column IColumn II
(A) Animals which give birth to young one(u) Viviparous
(B) Animal which produces bud(p) Hydra
(C) An animal which shows regeneration(q) Planaria
(D) Provides nutrition to the developing embryo(r) Placenta
(E) The pollen transferred from one flower to another(s) Cross-pollination
(F) The process in which embryo develops into seedling(t) Germination
(G) Fertilised egg in humans gets implanted in(w) Uterus
(H) When egg in humans is not fertilised, what happens?(v) Menstruation

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