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Term

Definition (Marking Scheme)

Cell

The basic units of life / living organism

Tissue

A group of same cells which have same structure and same function that perform a
specific function

Organ

(An organ consists of) a group of different tissues that (group together to) perform a
specific function

Cell specialization

P1 : The process where cells change shape / structure and differentiate.
P2 : To carry out / perform specific function

Internal environment

P1-(physical and Chemical) condition within our body
P2-Extracellular fluid that surround our body cells
P3-Example are body temperature, blood glucose level, pH, blood osmotic potential
and blood pressure
P1&any other P

Homeostasis

MAX 2

P4-A process of maintaining internal environment/physical and chemical condition
in our body at a constant value
P5-through corrective mechanism based on negative or positive feedback
P6-which revert the internal environment back to normal condition of there is a
change
P4& any other P

MAX 2

Chapter 3
Semi premable
membrane

A membrane that allows only certain substances to move freely across it.

Simple diffusion

P1-The net movement of molecule /ions
P2-from a high concentration to a region of lower concentration
P3-down / follow the concentration gradient
P4-Untill the dynamic equilibrium is achieved

Osmosis

(The net movement) of water molecules from a lower solute concentration region to
a high solute concentration region through a semi permeable membrane

Active transport

Movement of molecule or ions, against the concentration gradient across plasma
membrane with the help of carrier protein and energy / ATP

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vitamin.. protein lipids. minerals water and roughage/(dietary) fibre F2-In the correct amount and ratio// in the correct proportions to meet the daily requirement of the body Malnutrition F1-Malnutrition result from taking an unbalanced diet F2-Certain nutrient are excess.1 SULIT 4551/2 Tips For Exam Enzyme P1-enzyme is an organic catalyst P2-enzyme is a protein which speed up biochemical reaction in living thing Extracellular enzyme P1-Enzyme which is synthesized in the cell P2-Secreted out of the cell to work externally Intracellular enzyme P1-Enzyme which produced in the cell P2-for use of itself Chapter 5 Mitosis P1-The division of cell nucleus forms two daughter cell P2-Each with same chromosome number and type of chromosome as the parent Cloning P1-process of producing new genetically identical organism (refer to the question needed eg. lacking or in the wrong proportions Photosynthesis F1-(Photosynthesis is the )process where by a green plant synthesizes glucose form carbon dioxide and water F2-In the presences of chlorophyll and sunlight List of important term of definition Possible way asks in SPM: What/state/explain the meaning /definition of … //Define the term .. Chapter 1: Transport [Type the company address] 4551/2 ©All Right Reserved SULIT . Frog ) P2-Through asexual reproduction P3-by stem/leaf cutting/layering/grafting/tissue culture Chapter 6 Autotrophic nutrition Synthesize its own glucose / starch from carbon dioxide and water with the help of light energy through the process of photosynthesis Heterotrophic nutrition Obtain its food source/organic substances from the surroundings (eat plant/ producer) Balanced diet F1-A balance diet contains al the seven major nutrients which include carbohydrates.

body shape is in a correction position P2-the muscles are minimally strectched Chapter 3: Coordination and response Term Definition Voluntary action D1-Impulse transmit form the brain to skeletal muscle Involuntary D2-Impulse transmit form the medulla ablongata to smooth muscle /cardiac action muscle/gland Internal P1-(physical and Chemical) condition within our body environment P2-Extracellular fluid that surround our body cells P3-Example are body temperature. pH. blood glucose level.Once inside the lymph capillaries the fliud is known a lymph P2-Lymph is a transparent yellowish fluid Active immunity Passive transport Transpiration P1-Means the body produces its own antibodies in response to stimulation by an antigen P2-Means the body receive an antibodies in response to stimulation by an outside source P1-is the loss of water vapour through evaporation from the leaves of plants Chapter 2: Locomotion and transport Term Locomotion Movement Definition refers to the ability of a whole organism to move from one place to another refers to a change in the position of any part of an organism’s body but it does not necessarily involve locomotion posture. blood osmotic potential and blood pressure P1&any other P Homeostasis MAX 2 P4-A process of maintaining internal environment/physical and chemical condition in our body at a constant value P5-through corrective mechanism based on negative or positive feedback P6-which revert the internal environment back to normal condition of there is a change [Type the company address] 4551/2 ©All Right Reserved SULIT . Posture is defined as a way a body is positioned correct posture P1.1 SULIT 4551/2 Tips For Exam Term myogenic Definition P1-Muscle that contract and relavs without the need to receive impulses form the nervous system Lymph P1-Interstitial fluid that has not been reabsorbed into the blood sream goes into the lymph capilarries .

drawing or figures List Write a series of items Outline Briefly give the important points Summaries Present concisely all main points [Type the company address] 4551/2 ©All Right Reserved SULIT . detailed and precise meaning Describe ‘’tell story’’ Discuss Debate .1 SULIT 4551/2 Tips For Exam P4& any other P MAX 2 Chapter 3: Coordination and response Term Definition Haemodialysis F1-Filtering blood using artificial kidney/kidney machine means that replace a failed kidney negative feedback’ mechanism P1-It is corrective mechanisms (which reverses the original change and bring the system back to the normal Phototropism P1–growth movement/ growth of plants towards light P2-When the blood glucose level decreases. P3 –The shoot shows negative geotropism Essay Questions Keyword Meaning Compare Give similarities and differences Contrast/distinguis h Give the differences only Define Give a clear.fiving the various viewpoint and arguments Evaluate Give the positive and negative aspect Explain Clarify how and why. It will increase and finally back to normal /vice versa P2 –growth towards a source of light is called positive phototropism P3 –growth away from the source is termed negative phototropism Geotropism P1 –The response of plants towards gravity P2 –The root shows positive geotropism. give the reasons Illustrate Explain or clarify by using diagrams.