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1. Diagram 1 shows an organelle.

Diagram 1 Which of the following cell possess the organelle in Diagram 1? A. B. C. D. Guard cell Muscle cell Epidermal cell Cheek cell

2. Diagram 2 shows a unicellular organism.

Which A. B. C. D.

Diagram 2 of the following process facilitates the movement of water into the cell? Osmosis Active Transport Simple Diffusion Facillitated Diffusion

3. Diagram 3 shows part of a plasma membrane.

Diagram 3 What are the parts labeled I and II? I Hydrophilic head A Hydrophobic head B Polar head C Non-polar head D II Hydrophobic tail Hydrophilic tail Polar tail Non-polar tail

5. Hemolysed D. D.4. C. Before Diagram 5 After What happened to the plant cell after 30 minutes? A. C. Diagram 5 shows the condition of a plant cell after being immersed in 10% sucrose solut ion for 30 minutes. B. Plasmolysed C. C. It allows water soluble molecules to pass through it. Skin cells Hair cells Finger nail cells Red blood cells . Which of the following cell does not carry out mitosis? A. D. Which of the following best describes a semi-permeable membrane? A. Deplasmolysed 6. Crenated B. It allows only water molecules to pass through it. It allows only certain molecules to pass through it. It only allows certain molecules to pass through into the cell but not out of it. Which of the following enzyme is synthesised in pancrease? A. B. Sucrase Pepsin Amylase Rennin 7. B. D.

8. Assimilation B. Nucleus Plasma membrane T Enzyme What will happen if organelle T is not present? A. Energy cannot be generated B. The following statement refers to a process in digestion. Trypsin C. Which of the following structure is a product of meiosis? A. Amylase D. Defaecation 9. Deamination D. Ovary . What is the process? A. The diagram shows the synthesis of an enzyme in a cell. A process of utilization of digested nutrient to form complex compounds. Proteins synthesized cannot be modified D. Diagram 6 shows the effects of pH on the rate of reaction of enzyme Y in human alime ntary canal. Rate of reacion of enzyme Y 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 pH What is enzyme Y? A. Proteins synthesized cannot be transported 11. Lipase 10. Absorption C. Enzyme cannot be synthesized C. Rennin B.

Diagram shows a ruminant digestive system. Chromosomes align at the equatorial plane of the cell. Crossing over occur in homologous chromosomes pair. What happens in stage Q? A. Anther D. 13. R and S is the true stomach of the ruminant? P Q R S .B. Q. Homologous chromosomes move toward the opposite pole. Which of the part P. Q and R in meiosis. D. Pollen grains 12. C. B. Diagram shows stages P. Chromosomes becomes condensed and thickened. Stamen C.

lactose is hydrolysed by lactase. lactase Lactose + water ---------N + P What are N and P? N A B C D Glucose Glucose Glucose Glucose P Glucose Fructose Galactose Maltose .The following shows the equation of the process. Carbon dioxide B. S 14. In the intestine .A. Hydrogen C. R D. P B. Diagram 11 shows an aquatic plant Hydrilla sp carrying out photosynthesis. Oxygen D. Hydrilla sp Gas bubble What is the gas? A. Q C. Nitrogen 15.

Diagram shows a part of human respiratory structures. lipid Food test Biuret test Benedict’s test Iodine test 17. X What is the function of X? A. starch C. To prevent the trachea from collapsing . To produce mucus B. Protein. What does the food sample contain? A. Reducing sugar. Three different tests were carried out on a food sample. starch D. Results Solution changes from blue to purple colour The solution remains blue. no changes occur Solution changes from yellow brown to blue black. To increase surface area D. Protein.16. reducing sugar B. Starch. The results are shown in Table. To filter bacteria in the air C.

Diagram 18 shows an energy flow in a food chain. Spiracle C. Lenticels D. Hydatode 20. 88kJ D. Nostrils B. Which of the following are the products of aerobic and anaerobic respiration in muscle tissue? A B C D Aerobic respiration Ethanol Carbon dioxide and water Lactic acid Carbon dioxide and water Anaerobic respiration Carbon dioxide and water Ethanol Carbon dioxide and water Lactic acid 19. 800kJ B. Owl Rat Number of animals .18. 8kJ 21. 80kJ C. Which of the following enables the gaseous exchange in plants? A. A. Diagram 11 shows a graph of the changes in the population of owl and rat in a community. 90% energy loss 90% energy loss 90% energy loss 8000kJ P Q R Producer primary consumer secondary consumer tertiary consumer Calculate the sum pf energy received by organism Q.

. B. Chloroflourocarbon 23. B. Surfaces for vertebral joints D. Naturally acquired passive immunity C. C. Diagram shows a human lumbar vertebrae. Naturally acquired active immunity 25. Surfaces for muscle attachment C. Artificially acquired passive immunity B.relationship Epiphyte-epizoit relationship 22.predator. Artificially acquired active immunity D. Which of the following substances causes prothrombin to change to thrombin? A. What is the function of X and Y? A.Time What is the type of interaction is shown by the graph? A. Sulphur dioxide C. The following statement is about a method of contraception in females. Carbon monoxide D. C. Which type of immunity is obtained by injecting antiserum into the body? A. D. Protection for spinal cord B. Which of the following is the main cause of the acid rain? A. Commensal-host relationship Parasite-host relationship Prey. Surfaces for rib articulation 26. D. Vitamin K Thrombin Calcium ion Thrombokinase 24. Carbon dioxide B.

• • Hormone J – Stimulates the anterior pituitary to secrete LH and FSH Hormone K – At low level. B. C. causes the breakdown of endometrium wall and menstruation What are hormones J and K? J A. Reduce intake of high calory food . Spermicide B.• • • A plastic-coated copper coil Can be left in the uterus for months Prevents implantation of the embryo in the uterine wall What is the method used? A. which stage of cell division is involved in the segregation of alleles? A. Mendel’s First Law of Inheritance is also known as Law of Segregation. Diaphragm C. Taking glucose injections B. Female condom 27. Taking a balanced diet C. The following statement is about the hormones that regulate the menstrual cycle. C. Prophase I Metaphase I Anaphase I Telophase I 29. B. Based on the statement. D. A medical check up shows a patient’s panceas has damaged and has to be removed. D. Taking insulin and glucagon injections D. Which of the following should be done by the patient to maintain a normal blood sugar level? A. Oestrogen Progesterone Progesterone Gonadotrophine Releasing hormone K Progesterone Oestrogen Gonadotrophine releasing hormone Progesterone 28. Intrauterine Device (IUD) D.

The rats are marked with a dot of cellulose paint and then released.C and D is a tough and elastic tissue? 33. The genotype of a pea plant is RRYy. Diagram shows an elbow joint. This .B. C. 50% D. 0% B. A student wants to estimate the size of the population of rats in a paddy field. Diagram shows a leukocyte carrying process X. 25% C. B. Which of the following is the possible gamete produced by this pea plant? A. What is the percentage of possibility for the couples to have a child with blood group AB? A. he installs the traps again. Three days later. Phagocytosis 34. Agglutination D. Neutralisation C. rY Yy RY RR 31.30. 100% 32. D. Bacteria Leukocyte What is process X? A. A man with blood group AB married a wife with blood group O. Haemolysis B. Which of the parts labelled A. He installs traps evenly in the paddy field and successfully captures 40 rats.

80 60 40 20 35. D. What is the estimated population size of rats in the paddy field? A. The diagram shows a stomata. B. D. Blood pressure Body temperature Partial pressures of carbon dioxide and oxygen Blood amino acid level 37. C. C. B. A. C. W . B. III The osmotic pressure of the guard cell increases. The diagram shows the stages in development of a follicle in an ovary. II Water diffuses into the guard cells. 10 of them have cellulose markings. Guard cell Stoma Which of the following factors will cause the stomata to open wider? I The starch content increases. IV There is no light. II and III II and IV III and IV I. III and IV 36.time a total of 20 rats were captured. II. Which of the parameters cannot be detected by the receptors in the body? A. D.

II and IV I. The stem is big and thick. Oestrogen B. The growth rings are not clear. Diagram shows a chromosomal mutation. IV 39. I and II III and IV I. Which of the following is the similarity between the nervous system and the endocrine system? A. C. The stem is woody. B. Luteinising hormone D. Which of the following is the characteristic of plants that undergo secondary growth? I II III IV A. D E H G F . II. Both send signals to one specific effector. C. Follicle stimulating hormone 38.What is the hormone secreted by W? A. Progesterone C. Both coordinate responses towards stimuli. Both work at the same speed. D. III. Cork is present in the stem. 40. Both use blood as the medium of transmission. B. D.

More than one sperm fused with one egg during fertilisation. 43. X and Y are corrective of mechanism that happens to the arterioles. Which of the following statement about continuous variation is not true? A. Chromosomal mutation happened during the production of the egg cell or sperm. instead of 46 chromosomes.Which of the following is the type of change in the chromosomal structure that causes the mutation? A. Duplication C. C. It is controlled by a large number of genes 42. Translocation 41. Blood group in human is determined by three alleles IA. Diagram shows the regulation of body temperature in humans. Which of the following can cause this? A. . The mother was exposed to harmful chemicals during pregnancy. Radiation caused a change in the structure of the sperm. It has intermediate characters B. What are X and Y? A B C D X Vasodilation Vasodilation Vasoconstriction Vasodilation Y Vasoconstriction Vasodilation Vasoconstriction Vasoconstriction 44. D. A person with Down’s syndrome is born with 47 chromosomes in each of his / her cells. Deletion B. It is not affected by the environment D. The characters can be measured C. Inversion D. IB and IO. B.

Diagram shows how new genetic combination is formed which contributes to variation. D. C. D. Burning of fossil fuels Leaching of excess fertilizer Thinning of ozone layer Greenhouse effect . Random fertilisation 47. Crossing over C. IAIA IAIB IBIB IBIO I and II II and III I and IV III and IV 45. B. Independent assortment D. Gene mutation B.Which of the following are possible genotype for a person having a blood group B? I II III IV A. A person injured his head and experienced breathing difficulties after an accident. New genetic combination Which of the process causes the new combination as in the diagram? A. Which part of brain is injured? P Q R S 46. What is the main cause of eutrophication? A. Diagram shows part of human brain. B. C.

Sperm cannot enter the uterus Fertilisation does not occur The ovum is not produced Ovulation does not occur 50. I and II B. J What happen when the structure J is broken? L I K cannot be pulled towards the body. D. 25% 50% 75% 100% . Diagram shows the female reproductive system. IV K cannot be straightened. A. K II K cannot propel the grasshopper forward and upward into the air. What is the chance of the offspring being tall plants? A. C. III and IV 49. III L cannot contract and causes K cannot be folded into Z shape. II and III C. In pea plants. C. What is the effect of cutting and tying up the part labelled Z? A. B. Diagram shows muscles in the hind leg of a grasshopper. the allele for all plant is dominant over the allele for dwarf plant. Two heterozygous plants are cross-bred. B. D.48. II and IV D.