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Len Academy questions for Basic Science JSS1, second Term

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Academic Questions in Basic Science

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The ultimate source of energy is _____.

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

The speed of wind is measured with a wind vane.

TRUE or FALSE

The nutrient majorly found in the liver is _____.

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

A body at rest possess _____ energy.

  • A. Kinetic
  • B. Potential
  • C. Mechanical
  • D. Chemical

Basic Science questions, JSS1, 2nd Term:

1. Which of the following is a particulate nature of matter?

  1. Compounds
  2. Ions
  3. Mixtures
  4. Valency

 

2. The immediate process that leads to the precipitation of rain from the cloud is termed _____.

  1. sublimation
  2. solidification
  3. condensation
  4. vaporization

 

3. Which of the following is NOT a physical change?

  1. Melting of ice
  2. NaCl dissolved in water
  3. Melting of margarine
  4. Rotting of fruits

 

4. The aspect of science that deals with the study of matter and the changes they undergo is _____.

  1. Biology
  2. Chemistry
  3. Physics
  4. Geography

 

5. Plasma changes to gas via the process of _____.

  1. ionization
  2. deionization
  3. deposition
  4. sublimation

 

6. Which of the following organism is NOT a protist?

  1. Euglena
  2. Chlamydomonas
  3. Blue Green Algae
  4. Trypanosoma

 

7. Kingdom _____ contains autotrophic organisms.

  1. fungi
  2. protozoa
  3. plantae
  4. animalia

 

8. The _____ traps radiant energy from the sun.

  1. mitochondria
  2. ribosome
  3. chlorophyll
  4. vacuole

 

9. The reproductive organ in plants is the _____.

  1. leaves
  2. stem
  3. bark
  4. flower

 

10. The followings are gamete EXCEPT _____.

  1. ovary
  2. pollen grains
  3. ova
  4. sperm

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11. Cell wall found in plants is composed of _____.

  1. starch
  2. cellulose
  3. glycogen
  4. sugar

 

12. The _____ is the power house of the cell.

  1. nucleus
  2. cell wall
  3. cell membrane
  4. mitochondria

 

13. The by-product of photosynthesis is _____.

  1. CO2
  2. O2
  3. Sugar
  4. H2O

 

14. Which of the following is not a resource from plant?

  1. Milk
  2. Timber
  3. Cotton
  4. Herbs

 

15. The locomotory organelle found in paramecium is the _____.

  1. flagella
  2. cilia
  3. pseudopodium
  4. flame cell

 

16. Locomotion will not include _____.

  1. wriggling
  2. crawling
  3. bending
  4. flying

 

17. The energy currency in the body is _____.

  1. glucose
  2. galactose
  3. fructose
  4. ATP

 

18. An organism that respirate anaerobically is the _____.

  1. amoeba
  2. yeast
  3. euglena
  4. moss

 

19. The respiratory organ in a cockroach is the _____.

  1. lung-book
  2. tracheae
  3. trachea
  4. gills

 

20. The removal of solid undigested materials from the anus is termed _____.

  1. excretion
  2. egestion
  3. digestion
  4. absorption

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21. Buccal respiration involves the use of the _____.

  1. mouth
  2. lungs
  3. gills
  4. skin

 

22. The organism that suffers in a parasitic association is termed the _____.

  1. parasite
  2. saprophyte
  3. heterotrophy
  4. host

 

23. Lenticels in plants are found in the _____.

  1. leaves
  2. stem
  3. root
  4. flowers

 

24. An animal without canines is the _____.

  1. herbivore
  2. omnivore
  3. carnivore
  4. none of the above

 

25. An asexual reproduction seen in hydra is the _____.

  1. binary fission
  2. binary fusion
  3. budding
  4. vegetative propagation

 

26. Animals that give birth to their young ones alive are said to be _____.

  1. oviparous
  2. ovoviviparous
  3. viviparous
  4. all of the above

 

27. Urea is synthesized mainly in the _____.

  1. kidneys
  2. bladder
  3. urethra
  4. liver

 

28. The excretory organelle in an amoeba is the _____.

  1. body surface
  2. stomata
  3. cell membrane
  4. contractile vacuole

 

29. Cell _____ is the basis of growth in living organism.

  1. multiplication
  2. addition
  3. division subtraction
  4. subtraction

 

30. Which of the followings is NOT a basic characteristic of living organisms?

  1. photosynthesis
  2. adaptation
  3. competition
  4. death

 

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Amazing facts in Basic Science

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NOTABLE POINTS IN Basic 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.

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

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

  • Solid
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  • Gas
  • Plasma

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