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STEM School

Mid-term-Biology Exam.
Grade 1

A person suffered from pain in his chest , he had a bad cough accompanied with droplets ,he sit with two of
his friends , after a few days , one of his friends suffered from the same previous symptoms,but the second
one did not .

Think and answer

1-The second person didnt get the same symptoms because,


a) he had a good immunity .
b) he did not receive the droplets.
c) he had injured with this disease previously .
d) he had not sufficient immunity .

2-This disease is
a) genetic
b) noninfectious
c) infectious.
d) cell disease.

3-This person might suffer from


a) tuberculosis.
b) bilharziasis.
c) sickle-cell disease.
d) malaria

4- What is the first cell function to be affected if the Golgi apparatus is damaged?
a) The cell will not be able to export proteins.
b) The cell will not be able to store water.
c) The cell will not be able to produce energy.
d) The cell will not be able to move or divide.

If you see under the electronic microscope 3 pictures for different cells, (A) ,(B) ,and (C) answer the
questions according the description of each one.

5-The cell (A) has large number of mitochondria, this cell may be:
a) skin cell
b) bone cell
c) blood cell
d) liver cell

6-The cell (B) has neither nucleolus nor nuclear membrane, this cell may be:
a) plant cell
b) animal cell
c) bacterial cell
d) Protista cell

7-The cell (C) has cell wall, and spiral plastids .this cell may be
a) plant cell
b) animal cell
c) bacteria
d) spirogyra
The following picture is the life cycle of ancylostoma worm. Examine the picture and answer

The questions from 8 to 10.

8-Ancylostoma is:

a) infectious disease.
b) non infectious disease.
c) cell disease.
d) sometimes infectious ,sometimes non- infectious.

9-This disease is similar to bilharzia in:

a) it needs two hosts in its life cycle.


b) the larva inters the body through the skin.
c) the larva is the infective stage in both of them.
d) ancylostoma acts as a parasite but bilharzia is not.

10-if somebody eats food contaminated with the eggs of ancylostoma worm., what will happen..?
a) he will not infected with the disease
b) he may be infected with the disease.
c) the eggs will hatch inside the body but destroyed by stomach juice.
d) he may be infected with the food poisoning .

11-The cell which has smooth endoplasmic reticulum,


a) has no ribosomes
b) has ribosomes in the cytoplasm
c) the endoplasmic reticulum perform the function of ribosomes
d) has no need for ribosomes
12-When you eat, the stomach starts to secrete enzymes, during this action,the stomach cells must
contain a large numbers of
a) lysosomes
b) ribosomes
c) Golgi bodies
d) mitochondria

13- You have 2 slides one of them for a coccus bacteria and the other one of Eoludia plant, you can
distinguish between them under light microscope by noticed the
a) Cell membrane and Mitochondria
b) Cell wall and Vacuole
c) Cell wall and Nucleus
d) Cell membrane and Geology apparatus

14-The person who has sickle cell anemia, suffers from difficulty in breathing due to:
a) the deficiency in hemoglobin
b) the bleeding
c) the deficiency in the number of red blood cells
d) infection in the respiratory system

A woman lived in the countryside has bloody urine accompanied by severe pain; she went to a doctor who
asked her to make a urine analysis,

Think and answer:

15-This woman might have


a) tuberculosis
b) bilharzia
c) malaria.
d) sickle cell

16-The doctor asked her to make a urine analysis because he thought that he could find in her urine
a) some larvae .
b) some eggs .
c) some worms.
d) bacteria.

17-Bloody urine because


a) the woman had severe pain
b) the stage that found in the bladder has sharp spine
c) the worms have sharp spines
d) the worms have two suckers.

On investigating a slide under the microscope, a student noticed that this slide contains an organism that
has green plastid & a flagellum.

Think and answer:

18-This organism belongs to


a) Animal
b) Plant
c) Protista
d) Fungi
19- In a community that is highly developed, which of the following sustainability challenges are most
likely:
a) High energy and water consumption.
b) HIV and cholera.
c) Malnutrition and poor health.
d) Dry conditions and unproductive land.

20- Mycobacteria and bean plant cells generally have which of the following features in common:
a) Cell wall made of cellulose.
b) Ribosome.
c) A membrane-bounded nucleus.
d) Mitochondria.

21- If we remove the plastids from the plant cells, the plant will not make:
a) chlorophyll
b) starch
c) Protein
d) fats.

22- A student examines a cell under the microscope and observes that the cell contains many
mitochondria. This is evidence that the cell uses lots of:
a) Proteins.
b) DNA.
c) Lipids.
d) Energy.

23- Which body cells are attacked by the malaria parasite?


a) Stomach cell
b) Brain cells
c) Liver cells
d) Intestine cells

24-In sickle cell disease the shape of red blood cell is:
a) Spherical.
b) Banana-shaped.
c) Rounded.
d) Rectangle.

25-The organelle that can be found only in the animal cell is:
a) Cell wall.
b) Golgi apparatus.
c) Lysosome.
d) Chloroplast.

26-Which of the following is suitable for the next


diagram?
a) Protista cell
b) Animal cell
c) Plant cell
d) Bacteria
27-Cells different from tissue to another according to the function, if you see under the electronic
microscope very long cells with different branches ,these cells may be
a) nerve cells
b) bone cells
c) blood cells
d) heart cells

28- Anti-malarial drugs kill the parasites in the blood but they do not cure the disease. That because;
a) It not treat the disease
b) The parasite has two hosts, human one of them
c) The blood not the place to fight Malaria
d) Malaria is a strong disease

This picture is the life cycle of Ascaris, answer the following questions:

29-The worm of ascaris disease is similar to the bilharzia in:


a) both of them are infective stage
b) the human body is the host for both of them
c) both of them has two hosts.
d) both of them not feed on the blood

30-If one person (A) eats food contaminated with Ascaris eggs, and other person (B) eat food
contaminated with bilharzia eggs :
a) person A will be infected but B will not
b) person A and B will be infected
c) Person B will infected but A will not
d) both of them will not infected