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Answer all the questions. 1. (a) The table below shows three microorganisms.

[3 marks]

(b) The diagram below shows the levels of the cell organization in the human body. Write down

cell, organ or system in the correct blanks shown in the diagram below.

[3 marks]2. Diagram below shows two balloons, J and K are filled with air and hung in balance, balloon K is pricked with a pin through the cellophane tape.

(a) Write the change for balloon J and K

Balloon J: ___________________________________________________________________

Balloon K: __________________________________________________________________

[2 marks]

(b) Briefly explain your answer in (a)


[1 mark]

(c) Why is balloon K pricked through the cellophane tape?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________[1 mark]

(d) What conclusion can be drawn from this activity?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________[1 mark]

(e) State one property of that air that is not studied in this activity.


[1 mark]

3. Icebergs are very large pieces of floating ice found in the Arctic.

(a) Why is an iceberg able float in water?


[1 mark]

(b) The diagram below shows that a lump of plasticine sinks in water. When the same plasticine moulded into shape of a boat, it floats in water.

(i) By using the concept of density, explain why the plasticine that has been moulded can float in water.


[4 marks]

(ii) State one application that uses the same principle as in (b) (i).


[1 mark]

4. Read the passage.

When chemical from food or other substances enter the nose, they dissolve in the mucus and stimulate the sensory cells. Then the sensory cells send nervous impulses to the brain. The brain interprets the impulses and tells us the smell.

(a) Complete the following chat to show the nervous pathway for detecting smell.

[3 marks]

(b) Suggest, with explanation, how you can protect your nose and sense of smell.


[2 marks]

(c) Mr. Hashim is working in a pain factory. As he works he smells the pungent paint. What are the risks faced by Mr. Hashim if he works in the factory for a long time? _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

[1 mark]5. (a) (i) The diagram below shows the structure of the human ear.

On the above diagram, tick (/) the correct letters to show the organs that are involved in the mechanism of hearing.

[3 marks]

(ii) Tick (/) the functions of the part labeled B.

[2 marks](b) Mirah feels dizzy when she spins quickly a few rounds as shown in the diagram below.

Tick (/) the part of the ear which is responsible for the occurrence

[1 mark]

6. The diagram below shows two animals which have different type of vision.

(a) Based on the diagram shown above, state the type of vision of animal J and animal K

J: ___________________________________


[2 marks]

(b) Name another animal which have the same type of vision of animal J and animal K.

J: ___________________________________


[2 marks]

(c) The diagram below shows that an owl is hunting.

Explain how the vision of the owl helps it in hunting.


[2 marks]7. The diagram below shows the apparatus set up to investigate and identify the stimuli detected by the plants.

(a) In the diagram below, draw the direction of growth of the roots after one week.

[2 marks]

(b) What type of response is shown by the plant based on the answer in (a)?


[1 mark]

(c) State the importance of the response to the plant.


[1 mark]

(d) Name another stimulus which the roots of plants respond positively to and why it is important to plant?


[2 marks]8. According to the National Health Service, UK, the average male adult needs approximately 2 500 calories per day to keep his weight constant , while the average adult female needs 2 000. The piechart below gives you an idea of how many calories you should consume each day.

(a) (i) The pie chart shows that the most calories are contributed by X. What is X?


[1 mark]

(ii) What percentage of calories is contributed by protein?


[1 mark]

(iii) Proteins are a class of food needed. State the functions of proteins in the body and the effect of a lack of protein. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

[2 marks]

(b) The diagram below shows a boy eating fast food.

Explain what may happen to the boy if his diet continues?


[2 marks]9. (a) The table below shows two body fluids and their pH and effects on litmus paper.

The diagram below shows the human digestive system.

(i) Write in the above diagram, the letters A and B to show the organs which contain the body fluids.[2 marks]

(ii) Give reasons for your answer.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ [2 marks](b) Study the statement below.

Suggest how the gastric pain problem can be overcome. Explain your answer.


[2 marks]10. Whales and sharks are animals that live in the sea. However, these two animals are placed in different classes. A whale is mammal, whereas a shark is a fish.

(a) State two characteristics which differentiate a whale from shark.


[2 marks](b) The blue whale is the biggest creature that exists on the Earth. This animal is almost extinct due to hunting activities.

(i) What is the effect of extinction of this animal on biodiversity?


[2 marks]

(ii) Suggest two ways to preserve and protect the blue whale from becoming extinct.


[2 marks]11. Read the passage.

(a) Complete the flow of food below during the digestion process.

[3 marks]

(b) Name the three enzymes produced by the pancreas. State the function of each enzyme.