THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA NATIONAL EXAMINATION COUNCIL
BIOLOGY FTNA 2015
(i) Which of the following is the second step of scientific investigation?
(ii) The known common types of microscopes are:
(iii) Which First Aid is provided to a victim of hiccup?
(iv) Which of the following are communicable diseases?
(v) The neuron found in human being is an example of:
(vi) Which method is advised for disposing hazardous materials?
(vii)Organisms which move by means of flagella include:
A.Paramecium and euglena
B.Euglena and bacteria
C.Bacteria and amoeba
D.Amoeba and plasmodiumChoose Answer :
(viii)A causative agent of blood pressure in human beings is
A.over consumption of fatty food
B.drinking plenty of water
D.food poisoningChoose Answer :
(ix)The structures on the wall of the ileum responsible for absorption of digested food are called:
D. epiglottisChoose Answer :
(x)Aerobic respiration takes place in the presence of:
D. hydrogenChoose Answer :
2.Write TRUE if the statement is correct of FALSE if the statement is not correct.
(i)A microscope is not a very important equipment in the biology laboratory .
(ii)Plant cell has irregular shape while animal cell has regular shape .........
(iii)It is safe to touch body fluid with bare hands when giving First Aid ... ... ...
(iv) Zoology is the study of animals .. ......
(v)The conditions necessary for photosynthesis are presence of carbondioxide and oxygen... ... ...
(vi)Absorption of digested food takes place in the eosophagus ....
(vii)Gaseous exchange in plants takes place through the gills .........
(viii)Recycling means turning waste material into useful products...........
(ix)A cell is a group of organisms performing the same function .........
(x)Biology is the study of living things ... ... ...View Ans
2. Match each item in List A with a correct response in List B by writing its letter bellow the number of the corresponding item in the table provided.
(i)A vascular tissue used for transportation of water and mineral salts towards the leaf.
(ii)A small pore which allows gaseous exchange into and out of the leaf.
(iii)A water proof material which protects the leaf from injury and excessive water loss.
(iv)A bean shaped structure for effective control of water loss and gaseous exchange.
(v)A broad part of a leaf which increases large surface area for absorption of light and carbonidioxide.
(vi)A part of a leaf with cells loosely parked to allow maximum gaseous exchange.
(vii) A vascular tissue used for transportation of manufactured food away from the leaf.
(viii)A part of a leaf which has abundant chlorophyll to maximize light absorption and photosynthesis.
(ix)A leaf stock that attaches the leaf to a stem.
(x)The outermost layer found on lower and upper surface of a leaf.
A. Stomata Sponge mesophyll
B. Epidermis Cuticle
H. Cross Mesophyll
J. Guard cell