Balbharati Class 6 General Science Solutions Diversity in Living Things and their Classification

Balbharati Class 6 General Science Solutions Diversity in Living Things and their Classification

Welcome to NCTB Solutions. Here with this post we are going to help 6th class students for the Solutions of Balbharati Class 6 General Science Book Chapter 3, Diversity in Living Things and their Classification. Here students can easily find step by step solutions of all the questions in Diversity in Living Things and their Classification. Also our Expert Science Teacher’s solved all the problems with easily understandable language with proper guidance so that all the students can understand easily. Here in this post students will get chapter 3 solutions. Here all the Question Answer are based on Balbharati latest syllabus. Here all the question and answer are based on Maharashtra State Board latest syllabus.

Diversity in Living Things and their Classification Exercise question Solutions :

Question no – (1) 

Answer : 

(1) Amphibian – (3) a frog

(2) Vertebrates – (1) a monkey

(3) With scales – (2) a snake

Question no – (2) 

Answer : 

(1) Fungus, mushrooms, chrysanthemum, spirogyara.

= Here odd on is Chrysanthemum.

(2) Mango, banyan, plam, chick pea.

= Here odd on is Plam.

(3) Grape, orange, lemon, hibiscus.

= Here odd on is Hibiscus.

(4) Guava, raddish, carrot, beetroot.

= Here odd on is Guava.

(5) Deer, fish, man, worms.

Here odd on is Fish.

Question no – (3) 

Answer : 

(a) Difference between Flowering plants and non flowering plants as follows: –

Flowering plants :

  • They bears flowers
  • They have organs like roots, stems, leaves
  • Examples : hibiscus, jasmine

Non-flowering plants :

  • They do not bears flowers
  • They may not have organs like root, shoot and leaves
  • Examples : algae

(b) The difference between A tree and a shrub as follows 

Tree :

  • Tree grows tall.
  • Trees are large in size and perinial.

Shrub :

  • Shrubs are not grow like tress or not tall.
  • Shrubs are small in size and annual or biennial.

(c) The difference between Vertebrates and invertebrates

Vertebrates :

  • Vertebral column is present.
  • Animals have well formed organs.

Invertebrates :

  • Verterbral column is absent.
  • Animals do not have well formed organs.

Question no – (4) 

Answer : 

(a) The snail is an aquatic animals

This statement is False.

(b) Amphibians can live in air and in water

This statement is False.

(c) The function of the brain is well developed in vertebrate animals

This statement is True.

(d) The amoeba is a multicellular animal

This statement is False. 

Question no – (5) 

Answer : 

(a) Two names of a flowering plant are Mango and Hibiscus.

(b) Two names of non flowering plant are Alovera and Algae.

(c) Two names of tree are Mango and Banyan.

(d) Two names of shrub are Olender and Rose.

(e) Two names of creeper are Pumping and Cucumber.

(f) Two names of annual plant Mustard and corn.

(g) Two names of biennial plant Carrot and parsley

(h) Two names of a perennial plant Periwinkle and Bougainvillaea.

Question no – (6) 

Answer : 

(a) Root, stem, leaves, flower and fruit are the various parts of plants.

(b) The function of roots are –

  • To hold soil firmly and anchor the plant.
  • To absorb and transport water and nutrients from the soil.

(c) There are various types of living things are present on land. So for studying to all classification is necessary to identify them classification is necessary to observe similarities and difference between all of them classification is necessary therefore classification of living things is necessary.

(d) Shape and structure of living things, habit and habitat of living things, which organs are present and mode of reproduction and some other characters, are used for classifying living things.

(e) Some characteristics of creepers as follows :

  • Creeper stem are very flexible, soft and green in color.
  • Creeper need support for growth.
  • They grow rapidly with the help of support.

(f) Characteristics of herbs :

Herbs are short in height having height 1 to 1.5 meters. The steams of herbs are green and quite flexible as compared to tress. They can live for few months or up to two years.

Example – Grass, Coriander.

(g) Plants : Plants can be classified on the basis of habit, habitat, size and height, period of life cycle (annual, binneal or perineal) flowering or non – flowering etc.

Animals : Animals are classified on the basis of habitat, cell structure, vertebral column and mode of reproduction.

(h) Skin protects the body of animals. Some animals have scales some have plates on body for protection.


More Solutions : 

👉 Natural Resources – Air, Water and Land

👉 The Living World

👉 Disaster Management

👉 Substances in the Surroundings–Their States and Properties

👉 Substances in Daily Use

👉 Nutrition and Diet

👉 Our Skeletal System and the Skin

👉 Motion and Types of Motion

👉 Force and Types of Force

👉 Work and Energy

👉 Simple Machines

👉 Sound

👉 Light and the Formation of Shadows

👉 Fun with Magnets

👉 The Universe

Updated: July 3, 2023 — 6:11 am

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