NCERT - 6 - Science :: The Living Organisms and their Surroundings

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[Contributor- Anu Nived]

Objective: To introduce habitat, types of habitat and the components of our surroundings

Subtopics to be covered:

- Define habitat, examples

- Adaptation

- Biotic, Abiotic components

Learning Outcome:

- Students can give examples of different types of habitat

- Students can differentiate between biotic and abiotic components in our surroundings

[Contributors - Kripa S, Sayalee Jain]

(Source - Bodhaguru) (Hindi - Living and Non-living things) (English - Animal Habitats)

[Contributor - Arshea Bimal]

1. List things, animals and plants, found in the forest, on mountains, in the desert, in the sea. You can collect the examples scattered through this chapter to fill.

2. Try and include many plants, animals and objects, big and small, in each of theabove category. What kind of objects will we find that may not be animals or plants? Perhaps parts of plants like dried leaves, or parts of animals, like bones. We may also find different kinds of soils and pebbles. Enlist them all

[Contributor - Reshav Dey]

Term Transliterated Term Translated Term
Adaptation अडाप्टेशन अनुकूलन
Aquatic Habitat एक्वेटिक हैबिटैट जलीय निवास स्थान
Biotic Component बायोटिक कॉम्पोनेन्ट जैविक घटक
Excretion एक्सक्रीशन मलत्याग
Growth ग्रोथ विकास
Habitat हैबिटैट वास
Living लिविंग जीवित
Reproduction रिप्रोडक्शन प्रजनन
Respiration रेस्पिरेशन श्वसन
Stimulus स्टिमुलस प्रोत्साहन
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