S Chand's Practice Book for ICSE 6 biology

S Chand\'s Practice Book for ICSE 6 biology

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Product Specifications

Publisher SChand Publications All Class 6 Science books by SChand Publications
ISBN 8780000000506
Author: S Chand Experts
Number of Pages 73
Edition First Edition
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S Chand's Practice Book for ICSE 6 Biology by S Chand Experts
Book Summary:

The S. Chand’s Practice Book for ICSE for classes 6 to 8 has been specially designed to provide additional practice to the users of the ICSE Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) textbooks which are based on the latest CISCE curriculum. The practice material has been designed to provide ample opportunities for the learner to think, analyze and answer the questions related to scientific concepts and their applications in our life. Ample space has been provided after each question for writing answers and drawing diagrams. We hope that this practice book will provide a complete supplement to the textbook in preparing students for their examinations.


The audience of the Book :
 
This book is useful for Class 6 Science students.
 
Keywords:
 
The main features of the book are as follows:
 
1. Lamina: Green, flat, and expanded part of the leaf
 
2. Petiole: Basal part of the leaf by which it is attached to the leaf of the stem
 
3. Tendril: Leaves modified into a thin, thread-like coiled strand
 
4. Phyllotaxy: The arrangement of leaves on stems or branches
 
5. Vegetative propagation: An asexual method of reproduction in plants. In vegetative propagation, new plants are produced from the parts of old plants such as roots, stems, and leaves.
 
Table of Contents:

1. The Leaf

2. Flowers, Fruits and Seeds

3. The Cell

4. The Human Digestive System

5. Respiratory System

6. Circulatory System

7. Health and Hygiene

8. Adaptations