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Len Academy mid-term test questions for Basic Science JSS1, 2nd Term

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Academic Questions in Basic Science

The ultimate source of energy is _____.

  1. plants
  2. sun
  3. food
  4. water
  5. air
  6. earth

ANSWER is sun

Without the sun, there will be no life on earth. Even plants require the sun to manufacture their food. The mode of nutrition through which organisms manufacture their own food is termed autotrophic nutrition. Please read on autotrophic nutrition here.

Note: Every other form of energy directly or indirectly comes from the sun. 

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The speed of wind is measured with a wind vane.

TRUE or FALSE

ANSWER is false

The speed of wind is measured with an anemometer  while the direction of wind is measured with a wind vane

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QUESTION: The nutrient majorly found in the liver is _____.

  • A. Carbohydrate
  • B. Starch
  • C. Protein
  • D. Fats
  • E. Oil
  • F. Lipids

ANSWER is: Protein

A nutrient is any substance that contains the nourishment essential for life. Nutrients are present in all the six classes of food. The classes of food are Carbohydrate, Protein, Fats and Oil, Vitamins, Mineral Salts and Water.

Note: The liver is a very rich source of protein. Other sources of protein are fish, egg and meat.

What is the common nutrient found in liver and beans?
A. fats
B. vitamins
C. carbohydrates
D. Proteins

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Basic Science Mid Term Test questions, JSS1:

 

SECTION A

Answer True or False

1. All atoms are MATTER.

TRUE / FALSE

 

2. Ammonium Chloride will SUBLIME.

TRUE / FALSE

 

3. Ribosome makes the ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM granular.

TRUE / FALSE

 

4. A virus is not a MONERAN.

TRUE / FALSE

 

5. A newt is a VERTEBRATE.

TRUE / FALSE

 

6. Clones are formed only in SEXUAL reproduction.

TRUE / FALSE

 

7. All aves are OVOVIVIPAROUS animals.

TRUE / FALSE

 

8. Lithium is a METAL, belongs to GROUP 1 and PERIOD 2.

TRUE / FALSE

 

9. A DIASTEMA is not present in the cat family.

TRUE / FALSE

 

10. Hydrogen is present in all ACID.

TRUE / FALSE

 

SECTION B

Fill correctly the blank spaces

11. _____ organisms feed on readymade food.

12. _____ is used to galvanize iron.

13. _____ is the basis of growth in living organisms.

14. The respiratory organ in an arachnid is the _____.

15. Locomotion in a toad is achieved via its powerful _____.

 

SECTION C

Choose the correct answer in each question below

16. The male gamete is the _____.

  1. Testis
  2. Testosterone
  3. Scrotum
  4. Sperm

 

17. The vacuole of a plant cell is filled with _____.

  1. Hypotonic solution
  2. Water
  3. Cell sap
  4. Cellulose

 

18. _____ distinguishes aerobic respiration from anaerobic respiration.

  1. C6H12O6
  2. ATP
  3. CO2
  4. Alcohol

 

19. Which of the following is NOT a metabolic waste product?

  1. H2O
  2. Urea
  3. Faeces
  4. CO2

 

20. The blue green algae belong to the kingdom _____.

  1. Monera
  2. Protista
  3. Fungi
  4. Plantae

 

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Amazing facts in Basic Science


NOTABLE POINTS IN Basic Science

All fruits have seeds. There is nothing like a naturally occurring seedless fruit. Even banana, coconut and pineapple have all got seeds.

Weight can be defined as the force of gravity acting on an object. If you traveled to space, you would be weightless because there isn't any force of gravity acting there. We all have weight on earth becasue the force of gravity acts here. Weight is measured in Newton

Massis the amount or quantity of matter/material contained in a body, For instance, everything you are composed of, both from within and outside will make up your mass. Mass is constant throughout the universe. You will have the same mass on earth and moon. Mass is measured in gram or kilogram. Mass is quite different from weight.

Matter is anything that has mass and occupy space. Matter can exist in four states namely:

  • Solid
  • Liquid
  • Gas
  • Plasma

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