BotanyMatching colmun I with column II and choose the correct option. Column-I (Members of Fabaceae) Column-II (Economic importance) A. Gram, sem, moong, soyabean I. Medicine B. Soyabean,groundnut II. Ornamental C. Indigofera III. Fodder D. Sunhemp IV. Fibres E. Sesbania, Trifolium V. Dye F. Lupin, sweet pea VI Edible oil G. Muliathi VII. Pulses

Matching colmun I with column II and choose the correct option.

 Column-I
(Members of Fabaceae)
 Column-II
(Economic importance)
A.Gram, sem, moong, soyabeanI.Medicine
B.Soyabean,groundnutII.Ornamental
C.IndigoferaIII.Fodder
D.SunhempIV.Fibres
E.Sesbania, TrifoliumV.Dye
F.Lupin, sweet peaVIEdible oil
G.MuliathiVII.Pulses

  1. A
    A – I, B – II, C – III, D – IV, E – V, F – VI, G – VII
  2. B
    A – VII, B – VI, C – V, D – IV, E – III, F – II, G – I
  3. C
    A – II, B – IV, C – VI, D – I, E – III, F – V, G – VII
  4. D
    A – I, B – III, C – V, D – VII, E – II, F – IV, G – VI

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    Solution:

    Many plants belonging to the fabaceae family are sources of pulses (gram, arhar), edible oils (soyabean, ground nut), dye (indigofera), fibres (sun hemps), fodder (Sesabania), ornamental (lupin, sweet pea), and medicine (muliathi).

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