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Question 5611

DNA in eukaryotic cells is contained in the


A) central vacuole

B) nucleus

C) lysosome

D) golgi body

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Question 5612

A man who is heterozygous for the disease haemophilia marries a woman who is double recessive for haemophilia. What percentage of their offspring would have the disease?


A) 0%

B) 25%

C) 50%

D) 75%

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Question 5613

Cytokinesis of mitosis is a process that ensures that


A) each daughter cell gets the necessary organelles

B) there is distribution of a complete set of genes into each daughter cell

C) daughter cell inherit new genetic combinations

D) worn out organelles are excluded from daughter cells

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Question 5614

An animal which is active during the day is known as a


A) nocturnal animal

B) diurnal animal

C) terrestrial animal

D) homortacmic animal

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Question 5615

Evidence of evolution include the following except


A) fossil records

B) comparative anatomy

C) mutation of genes

D) geographical distribution of organisms

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Question 5616

Use the diagram to answer the question. The diagram shows that the organisms are


A) hermaphrodite

B) viviparous

C) oviparous

D) ovoviparous

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Question 5617

Use the diagram to answer the question. The breeding posture illustrated in the diagram is known as


A) mating

B) amplexus

C) courtship display

D) reproductive swimming

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Question 5618

An accurate identification of a rapist can be carried out by conducting


A) RNA analysis

B) DNA analysis

C) blood group test

D) behavioural tests

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Question 5619

A boy who is fond of swimming in a pond finds himself passing urine with traces of blood. He is likely to have contracted


A) schistosomiasis

B) onchocerciasis

C) poliomyelitis

D) salmonellosis

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Question 5620

The flippers of a whale and the fins of a fish are examples of


A) divergent evolution

B) co-evolution

C) continuous variation

D) convergent evolution

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