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What students should know

There are about 630 different kinds of carnivorous plants.

Carnivorous plants are plants that derive some or most of their nutrients by consuming small animals, especially insects.

Carnivorous plants are also referred to as insectivorous plants.

Some example of carnivorous plants include sundew and Venus flytrap.

Please read more on Carnivorous Plants here

Agricultural Science

The eyebrow is an area of dense, delicate hair just above the eye. 

Eyebrows perform two main functions:

  1. Protects our eyes against sweat, rain, dirt and other atmospheric contaminants.

  2. It helps us express our emotions.

Eyebrow modified in the form of Nike.

Image Credit: Unilad

Note: Eyebrows can also be modified to enhance beauty; especially female beauty.

Basic Science

Mathematics Scheme of Work, SS1, 1st Term - Mathematics Food: Carbohydrates and Sugars - Basic Science Biblical account of Human Disobedience - CRS Differences between a Plant and a Crop - Agricultural Science Domestic Accidents; Causes and Control of Domestic Accidents - PHE Emperical Formula - Explanation and Worked Examples of Emperical Formula - Chemistry Nigerian National Symbols explained - Social Studies Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics - Thermal Equilibrium - Physics What is a Black Market, Its advantages and disadvantages - Economics Commodity Market, Types and Importance of Commodity Market - Commerce Organic Chemistry - Hydrocarbon, Carbon and its Compounds - Chemistry Scheme of work for Civic Education, SS1, 3rd Term - Civic Education Scheme of work for Civic Education, SS1, 2nd Term - Civic Education Scheme of work for Civic Education, SS1, 1st Term - Civic Education Uniqueness of Man - Brain, Parts and Functions of the Brain - Basic Science Problems of Agriculture in Nigeria - Agricultural Science Air Pollution: Effects of Air Pollution, Solutions to Air Pollution - PHE Relative pronouns, Compound Relative Pronouns: Importance and Examples of Relative Pronouns - English Attributes of God explained - CRS Drug Trafficking, Reasons, Consequences and Measures put in place to prevent it - Social Studies Agricultural tools and their uses - Agricultural machines and their functions - Agricultural Science Characteristics, Examples, Advantages, Disadvantages and Principles of Double Entry - Business Studies Drug Abuse, Causes of Drug Abuse in Adolescents - PHE How to consume less data on your android phone - ICT Explanation, Worked Examples and Differences between Molecular Mass and Molar Mass - Chemistry Bank Wire and Wire Transfer - Cyber threats to Wire Transfer - Accounts Aims and Objectives of Home Economics, Topics covered in Home Economics - Home Economics Waste Management: Causes and Effects of improper Waste Management - Basic Science Marketing: The Four P's of Marketing and Branches of Marketing - Commerce Best Programming Languages to learn - ICT Soil Erosion, Types, Causes and Solutions to Soil Erosion - Agricultural Science Trigonometry - Sine, Cosine and Tangent explained with worked examples - Mathematics Basket - Rules of Basketball - PHE Arteries, Layers of an Artery and Characteristics of Arterial Disorders - Biology Fundamental Human Rights and Characteristics of Human Rights - Civic Education Quadratic Equation - Factorization of Quadratic Equation - Mathematics Surah Maryam - IRS Leadership qualities of Joseph that can transform your life - CRS Transitive and Intransitive Verbs explained with Examples - English Geography, Types and Branches of Geography - Geography Chart of Accounts - Accounts Gold: Interesting Facts about Gold - Chemistry Internet and World Wide Web - Notable Dates and Events on Internet Evolution - ICT Supply curve, Graphical representation of Supply Curve - Economics Rights of Citizens and Attributes of Residents - Differences between Residence and Citizenship - Civic Education Summary of the gods are not to blame by Ola Rotimi - Literature in English Explanation, Similarities and Differences between Fundamental and Derived Units - Physics Factors that causes Bloating, Dietary and Medicinal control of Bloating - Home Economics Conflict Management and ways to reduce conflict in organizations - Social Studies Fish Business: How to start a home based fish farming - Agricultural Science

Questions for Student

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The living cells that makes up cartilages are called _____.

  • A. osteocytes
  • B. osteoblasts
  • C. osteoclasts
  • D. chondroblasts
  • E. chrondocytes
  • F. Osteoprogenitor cells


Which of the following statement is incorrect with regards to chitin?

  • A. Ecdysis is a term associated with chitin
  • B. It is a skeletal material
  • C. It is a type of skeleton
  • D. It is present outside the organism
  • E. It does not grow when the organism grows
  • It is present in ants


Which of the following is NOT a function of the human skeleton?

  • A. Gives Shape
  • B. Provides Protection
  • C. Aids in Locomotion
  • D. Supports Movement
  • E. Assists in Inhalation and Exahalation
  • F. None of the above
  • G. All of the above


Which of the following is not a Right of Consumer Protection?

  • A. Right to Education
  • B. Right to Choose
  • C. Right to Safety
  • D. Right to the Good things of Life
  • E. Right to be Assured
  • F. Right to Compel

Business Studies

Which of the followings is NOT a correct definition for values in Civic Education?

  • A. Value is a more personal measure of worth
  • B. Value is the esteemed quality which a person attaches to certain ideas, beliefs or principle
  • C. Value is a laid down rule and standard that influences our relationship with people
  • D. Value is the standard principle that is supported by individuals and the society they live in
  • E. None of the above
  • F. All of the above

Civic Education