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BAHAGIAN SEKOLAH BERASRAMA PENUH DAN SEKOLAH KLUSTER KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA
PERFECT SCORE BIOLOGY
DISEDIAKAN OLEH: Puan Hasimah binti Azit – Sekolah Seri Puteri, Cyberjaya Puan Natrah binti Mohamad – SMA Persekutuan Kajang Puan Mardiana binti Yusof – SMS Hulu Selangor Puan Sarah Safarina binti Sabri- Kolej Islam Sultan Alam Shah Puan Kamariah binti Zailan – SMA Persekutuan Labu Puan Siti Asma binti Radzali 7. Puan Noorsyamsinar binti Kasim 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
explain how enzymes are used in the food industry. [4 marks] 2 . (6 marks) (b) Enzymes are widely used in our daily life and industries. explain the characteristics of an enzyme. Based on the above statement.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 1: Diagram 1 shows a reaction catalyzed by sucrase. N Q M P (a) Based on Diagram 1.
The concentration of glucose in a normal individual is 0. The glucose and insulin level in the blood is measured. The graph in Diagram 2 shows the changes in concentration of glucose and insulin in the blood of individuals X and Y.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 2: A study is carried out on two individuals X and Y. They asked to drink glucose solution of the same volume and concentration.09 gdm-3 (a) Explain the differences between the graph of individuals X and Y in relation to: (i) (ii) blood glucose concentration insulin concentration in the blood [10 marks] 3 .
In your answer describe the part played by the (i) diaphragm (ii) intercostal muscle (iii) alveoli (10 marks) Question 4: Why do we need to practice good posture? Explain how we can practice good postures while standing. walking and lifting heavy objects. [10 marks] Question 5: Reproduction technology has contributed a lot to human health and population growth. Diagram 3 Describe briefly the mechanism of breathing in man. sitting. Describe how fertility is overcome in humans using the following methods: • • • • Sperm banking Artificial insemination In vitro fertilization Surrogate mother [10 marks] 4 .Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 3: Diagram 3 shows the longitudinal section through the thorax of a man.
DNA finger printing is more scientific. 5 . Explain why the plasma membrane is known as a semi permeable membrane (6 marks) Question 7: (a) Explain how the first line of defence can prevent the entry of pathogens into the body [6 marks] (b) Explain the effect of taking fatty foods that have high cholesterol content to human healthy life. [4 marks] (c) Diagram 8 shows DNA finger printing. Y and Z in the movement of substances across the plasma membrane [4 marks] (b) All movements of substances have to pass through a plasma membrane. accurate and advanced compared to the thumbprint in criminal investigation.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 6 The figure below shows a fluid mosaic model of the plasma membrane (a) Explain the functions of the structures X. [4 marks] Question 8: (a) Explain the principle involved in genetic engineering [2 marks] (b) Discuss the importance of genetic engineering in the medical and agricultural field.
[4 marks] 6 .Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Discuss the use of DNA fingerprinting in the identification of the parents of a child. P. identify the father of the child. [4 marks] Question 9: Diagram 9 shows organism. P Q Diagram 9 R (a) (i) Describe the type of nutrition in P and Q. Q and R. Based on your answer.
[7 marks] ii) Suggest methods to control the mentioned activity. Based on your biological knowledge discuss the above statement. [10 marks] Question 11: The diagram shows a human activity. [6 marks] c) i) Explain the impacts of the activity shown above on the environment. [6 marks] Question 10 Pregnant mother.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 (ii) Explain one similarity and four differences between the alimentary canal of Q and R. [3 marks] 7 . [4 marks ] b) Explain the important ecological roles of the tropical rainforest. a) Explain briefly why humans carry out the activity as shown in diagram above. infants and teenager require different energy daily. Each target group needs to choose a diet appropriate to its needs.
These effects include atmospheric pollution.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 12: Activities that carried out by the human to provide food. water pollution. power and industrial needs have a extensive effects on the environment. ( 10 marks ) e) Suggest two measures which can be employed in the management of development activities and the ecosystem to ensure that the balance of nature is maintained. ( 10 marks ) 8 . destruction of habitats and communities and a natural phenomenon known as the greenhouse effect. d) Explain the fenomena of greenhouse effect and problems caused by this fenomena.
0 0 5 10 15 20 25 Time (minutes) Period of running Key Oxygen demand Oxygen consumption Based on the graph . [ 10 marks ] 9 .1 0. Oxygen consuption 0.6 0.5 0.7 (litre per minute) 0. explain how an oxygen debt is built up when an athlete is running and how it is settled after he stops running.2 0.4 0. during and after running for five minutes.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 13: (a) The shaded area of the graph in Diagram1 shows the intake of oxygen by an athlete before.3 0.
10 . The diagram shows a terrestrial ecosystem. [ 8 marks] Question 15: The figure above shows a type of transport which happens on the plasma membrane of a cell.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 14: 1. eagle bird rat snake earthworm Explain how energy flows through the food chain and how it is lost to the environment.
Explain your answer. [2 marks] Based on the organelles shown. name the type of transport in the above figure.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Based on the diagram above. [8 marks] (iii) (b) The figure shows a reaction of an enzyme and its substrate Explain the mechanism of the enzymatic reaction [10 marks] 11 . [6 marks] Question 16: The figure shows the organelles involved in the production of extracellular enzymes. explain how extracellular enzymes are produced. (a) (i) Using a name example. explain the term extracellular enzyme.
The virus infects helper T cells of the human ‘s immune system that caused AIDS. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. i) Descibe the effects of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) on the body’s defence mechanism.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 17: Discuss the uses of enzymes in the household & industries. ( 6 marks ) ii) Suggest ways to prevent the spread of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Why are enzyme used in these industry. ( 4 marks ) 12 . [20 marks] Question 18 Diagram above shows the structure of HIV.
State one problem to be considered in using technique.1 Cell division 13 .Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 19 Figure shows cells P and Q undergoing cell division.1 shows parent cells undergoing cell division. [10 marks] (c) A farmer wants to produce large number of goat A in a short period time. M (a) Based on the cell division of P. [10 marks] (c) Explain how the daughter cell produced differs than parent cell. Describe the technique used. He tries to apply the concept of cell division cell P to produce new individuals of goat A. explain the best technique can be used by an oil palmer to produce a large number of oil palm in a short time. [6 marks] Question 20: Diagram 18. DIAGRAM 6. Justify the technique.
[ 6 marks] (d) Cancer is a disease which causes uncontrolled growth of tissues. Based on the Diagram 6. Explain how this treatment stops the growth of cancer cells.2 describe the effect of cell cycle malfunctions to the body. [ 4 marks ] b) The diagram shows a group of cells that is exposed to ultraviolet ray. The exposure drives the cell cycle malfunctions.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 ( a) Based on the Diagram 18.1 i) What is the process shown ? State the significant of the process. [4 marks] 14 . Suggest the method to treat cancer.
Figure 8. Figure 20.2 Figure 19.1 shows the structure of leaf. [10 marks] Question 22 Why this food can be kept longer compared its normal condition.Perfect score SBP Biology 2009 Question 21: Figure 20. explain the formation of starch(organic substance) in the plant.2 shows the organelle M involves in the formation of starch in plants. - Cooked prawn Frozen meat Dried prunes [8 marks ] TO BE CONTINUED…… 15 .1 Based on the raw materials (inorganic substances) required in photosynthesis.
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