Category : 2nd Class
Soil is a thin layer of earth's crust, which serves as a natural medium for the growth of plants. In fact, soil is a source of minerals for plants. Plants also get water via soil, which is necessary for their growth. As life of human and other living organisms is fully dependent on plants, soil is also very important for the life of living organisms.
Look at the following picture of different types of soil:
Clay soil Sand soil Loamy soil
Which one of the following is true?
(a) Soil is not important for man
(b) Soil is not important for woman
(c) Soil is not important for animals
(d) Soil is very important for the life of living organisms
Soil is important for the life of living organisms. Therefore, option (D) is correct and rest of the options is incorrect.
A plant cannot grow without _____.
Soil is an important requirement for the growth of plants. Therefore, option (D) is correct and rest of the options is incorrect.
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Blue whale is the largest animal.
Australian saltwater crocodiles are the largest living reptiles on the earth.
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The atmosphere of earth is mixture of gases.
Sea is a large saline water body and natural source of water.
River is natural source, of fresh water and flows into a oceans, seas, lakes and another river.
Lakes are inland having fresh or salt water.
Lakes are both natural and artificial.
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Plants absorb water from soil.
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