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A seed of a flower plant can best be described as

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Which of the following processes does not contribute towards growth?

3 / 40

Which of the following substances is not a conservable natural resource?

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Which of the following pH values is the best for the action of the emzymes – renin and pepsin in the stomach?

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The mode of nutrition common to green plants is

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Which of the following statements best describe pollination? The transfer of pollen grain from

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Which of the following statements about the development of the foetus is not correct?

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Which of the following diseases is not hereditary

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Which of the following organisms has kidney as their excretory organ?

10 / 40

Population growth rate may be defined as the

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Which of the following organisms feeds both autotrophically and heterotrophically?

12 / 40

The order of evolutionary trend in plants is

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In the binomial system of naming organism, the second name is called the

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Evidence for evolution include the following except

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An organisms which maintains a constant temperature irrespective of environment temperature fluctuation is

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Which of the following substances has the highest amount of energy in joules per unit weight?

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Which of the following enzymes is not one of the main classes of enzymes

18 / 40

A termite with a relatively large head and powerful Jaws is likely to be

19 / 40

Which of the following organisms are the producers in an aquatic habitat?

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The first step in carrying out ecological studies in a terrestrial habitat as

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Which of these diseases cannot be spread by an insect?

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What does the chemical composition of the genetic material of all living organisms consist of?

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Which of the following physical factor is likely to affect the distribution of plants in a pond?

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The sudden change in a gene structure or chromosome number in an organism likely to cause known as

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Which of the following organisms is not considered as a parasitic plant?

26 / 40

The order of prmary succession by plants in a very dry habitat is

27 / 40

Plant hormones includes the following except

28 / 40

The following life processes are common to both plants and animals except

29 / 40

Finger prints are useful in crime detection because

30 / 40

The axial skeleton is composed of the

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Which of the following processes is not an example of a reflex action?

32 / 40

The persistent presence of glucose in a person’s urine indicates malfunctioning of the

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Which of the following organisms is well adapted for fluid feeding?

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A man suffering from obesity must avoid meals containing

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The transfer of ripe pollen grains from another to the stigma of the same flower is termed

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The importance of the concentration of chloroplast in the palisade layer of the leaf is for maximum exposure to

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The colour that is associated with a positive iodine test is

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Which of the following inherited conditions usually shows incomplete dominance?

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The effects of environmental degradation caused by human activities can be controlled by the following measures except

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Which of the following organisms is a primary consumer

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