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Science Form 5

Revision Test of Chapter 1: Microorganisms and their 5. Very weak or dead bacteria and virus used to
effects on living things produce vaccines
6. Bacteria and virus can be used to produce
Name: ……………………….……..…………….. Class: ….….……… antibiotics
Instructions: Students are required to answer True (T) 7. Mites can produce their own cellulase enzymes
or False (F) for each statement given. Correct answers 8. Herbivores able to digest cellulose with the help
will be awarded with (1) mark each and wrong answers of bacteria in their alimentary canal
will be awarded (-0.5) mark each.
d. Harmful Effects of Microorganisms
Time allocated: 30 minutes
1. Food poisoning due to bacteria usually presents
a. Classification of Microorganisms with jaundice
2. Dengue fever is caused by virus transmitted by
1. Virus does not respire
male Anopheles mosquitoes
2. Fungi can carry out photosynthesis 3. AIDS is transmitted through infected water
3. Bacteriophage is an example of bacteria 4. Plasmodium is responsible for malaria
4. Virus able to reproduce
5. Loss of weight, continuous cough and blood
5. Virus becomes parasite in living cells stained sputum are suggestive of pneumonia
6. Protozoa reproduce through binary fission and
6. Toxoplasmosis is transmitted through cat bites
conjugation
7. Virus survive in unafavourable conditions e. Ways to Prevent Infections and to Treat
because their ability to form spores Diseases Caused by Microorganisms
8. Treponema pallidum is a bacteria
9. Yeast obtain energy through fermentation 1. Best antiseptic solution for a wound is alcohol
swab
b. Factors that Affect the Growth of Microorganisms 2. Rubella can be prevented through vaccination
3. We should not use antibiotics unnecessarily due
1. Room temperature is the optimum for growth to ability of organisms to develop resistance
of microorganisms 4. Malaria cannot be prevented by vaccines
2. Bacteria produce many colonies if cultured in 5. Artificial passive immunity includes injection of
distilled water antiserum
3. Mango slices last longer if kept under pH of 4 6. Streptomycin and aureomycin are examples of
and temperature of 37 °C antibiotics
4. Effective method to sterilize Petri dish is by 7. Bacterial spores are killed by boiling
immersing in boiling water 8. Mother’s milk is a type of artificial immunity
5. Our mouth is suitable habitat for bacteria 9. Paracetamol is used to treat flu
because it is moist 10. Hepatitis A may be treated with antibiotics
6. Algae grows best in absence of light 11. Common cold cannot be prevented by
c. Useful Microorganisms vaccination

1. Algae is used in manufacture of cheese and Marks obtained: ……… / 40


vinegar ……… / 100
2. In bread making the dough rise due to the
temperature raise Prepared by,
3. Bacteria is used to treat oil spills Mr. Yasoktaran Ananthan
4. Decomposition is helped by parasitic bacteria
SMJK Chan Wa II
Science Form 5
Revision Test of Chapter 1: Microorganisms and their 4. Decomposition is helped by parasitic bacteria
effects on living things (F)
5. Very weak or dead bacteria and virus used to
Answer Scheme produce vaccines (T)
Instructions: Students are required to answer True (T) 6. Bacteria and virus can be used to produce
or False (F) for each statement given. Correct answers antibiotics (F)
will be awarded with (1) mark each and wrong answers 7. Mites can produce their own cellulase enzymes
will be awarded (-0.5) mark each. (F)
Time allocated: 30 minutes 8. Herbivores able to digest cellulose with the help
of bacteria in their alimentary canal (T)
a. Classification of Microorganisms
d. Harmful Effects of Microorganisms
1. Virus does not respire (T)
1. Food poisoning due to bacteria usually presents
2. Fungi can carry out photosynthesis (F) with jaundice (F)
3. Bacteriophage is an example of bacteria (F) 2. Dengue fever is caused by virus transmitted by
4. Virus able to reproduce (T)
male Anopheles mosquitoes (F)
5. Virus becomes parasite in living cells (T) 3. AIDS is transmitted through infected water (F)
6. Protozoa reproduce through binary fission and 4. Plasmodium is responsible for malaria (T)
conjugation (T) 5. Loss of weight, continuous cough and blood
7. Virus survive in unafavourable conditions stained sputum are suggestive of pneumonia (F)
because their ability to form spores (F) 6. Toxoplasmosis is transmitted through cat bites
8. Treponema pallidum is a bacteria (T)
(T)
9. Yeast obtain energy through fermentation (T)
e. Ways to Prevent Infections and to Treat
b. Factors that Affect the Growth of Microorganisms Diseases Caused by Microorganisms
1. Room temperature is the optimum for growth 1. Best antiseptic solution for a wound is alcohol
of microorganisms (F) swab (F)
2. Bacteria produce many colonies if cultured in 2. Rubella can be prevented through vaccination
distilled water (T) (T)
3. Mango slices last longer if kept under pH of 4 3. We should not use antibiotics unnecessarily due
and temperature of 37 °C (F) to ability of organisms to develop resistance (T)
4. Effective method to sterilize Petri dish is by 4. Malaria cannot be prevented by vaccines (T)
immersing in boiling water (F) 5. Artificial passive immunity includes injection of
5. Our mouth is suitable habitat for bacteria antiserum (T)
because it is moist (T) 6. Streptomycin and aureomycin are examples of
6. Algae grows best in absence of light (F) antibiotics (T)
c. Useful Microorganisms 7. Bacterial spores are killed by boiling (F)
8. Mother’s milk is a type of artificial immunity (F)
1. Algae is used in manufacture of cheese and 9. Paracetamol is used to treat flu (F)
vinegar (F) 10. Hepatitis A may be treated with antibiotics (F)
2. In bread making the dough rise due to the 11. Common cold cannot be prevented by
temperature raise (F) vaccination (T)
3. Bacteria is used to treat oil spills (T)
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Prepared by, 2. In bread making the dough rise due to the
Mr. Yasoktaran Ananthan temperature raise (F) – due to release of CO2
SMJK Chan Wa II 3. Bacteria is used to treat oil spills (T)
4. Decomposition is helped by parasitic bacteria
(F) - saprophytic
Corrected Version with Possible Explanations 5. Very weak or dead bacteria and virus used to
produce vaccines (T)
a. Classification of Microorganisms 6. Bacteria and virus can be used to produce
antibiotics (F) – bacteria and fungi
1. Virus does not respire (T) – non-living
7. Mites can produce their own cellulase enzymes
2. Fungi can carry out photosynthesis (F) – algae
(F) – require microorganisms to produce
3. Bacteriophage is an example of bacteria (F) –
8. Herbivores able to digest cellulose with the help
virus
of bacteria in their alimentary canal (T)
4. Virus able to reproduce (T) – by multiplication
5. Virus becomes parasite in living cells (T) – they d. Harmful Effects of Microorganisms
invade cell for multiplication
6. Protozoa reproduce through binary fission and 1. Food poisoning due to bacteria usually presents
conjugation (T) with jaundice (F) – false except hepatitis A
7. Virus survive in unafavourable conditions 2. Dengue fever is caused by virus transmitted by
because their ability to form spores (F) – Virus male Anopheles mosquitoes (F) – female aedes
does not produce spores, bacteria does 3. AIDS is transmitted through infected water (F) –
8. Treponema pallidum is a bacteria (T) - Syphilis sex, blood
9. Yeast obtain energy through fermentation (T) – 4. Plasmodium is responsible for malaria (T)
of sugar, alcohol 5. Loss of weight, continuous cough and blood
stained sputum are suggestive of pneumonia (F)
b. Factors that Affect the Growth of Microorganisms – tuberculosis
6. Toxoplasmosis is transmitted through cat bites
1. Room temperature is the optimum for growth
(T)
of microorganisms (F) – body temperature of 37
2. Bacteria produce many colonies if cultured in e. Ways to Prevent Infections and to Treat
distilled water (T) – pH of 7 Diseases Caused by Microorganisms
3. Mango slices last longer if kept under pH of 4
and temperature of 37 °C (F) – temperature is 1. Best antiseptic solution for a wound is alcohol
favorable for growth swab (F) – can damage the cells (iodine is
4. Effective method to sterilize Petri dish is by better)
immersing in boiling water (F) - autoclaving 2. Rubella can be prevented through vaccination
5. Our mouth is suitable habitat for bacteria (T)
because it is moist (T) – Streptococcus mutans 3. We should not use antibiotics unnecessarily due
6. Algae grows best in absence of light (F) – to ability of organisms to develop resistance (T)
requires light - photosynthesis 4. Malaria cannot be prevented by vaccines (T)
5. Artificial passive immunity includes injection of
c. Useful Microorganisms antiserum (T) – containing antibodies
6. Streptomycin and aureomycin are examples of
1. Algae is used in manufacture of cheese and
antibiotics (T)
vinegar (F) – Fungi
7. Bacterial spores are killed by boiling (F) -
autoclaving
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8. Mother’s milk is a type of artificial immunity (F)
– natural passive
9. Paracetamol is used to treat flu (F) – fever
10. Hepatitis A may be treated with antibiotics (F) –
is a virus – not effective against virus
11. Common cold cannot be prevented by
vaccination (T)