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Biology Study Centre for JAMB, WAEC and NECO


Biology is the study of the study of living organisms, divided into many specialized fields that cover their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour, origin, and distribution. This study centre is designed to help you become a better biology student.



Past Questions (930) - Page 1

Question 1

Which of the following food substances is digested in the stomach?

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Question 2

The conversion of excess amino acids into urea occurs in the

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Question 3

For pollination and fruit formation, the essential part(s) of the flower should be the

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Question 4

Which one of the following parts of the mammalian body is most closely associated with the production of urine?

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Question 5

A potometer is used to determine the rate at which a shoot

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Question 6

A green plant growing in a compost pit is feeding

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Question 7

The part of the cell solely responsible for respiration is the

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Question 8

In anaerobic respiration, glucose is converted to one of the following

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Question 9

During excretion of urea there is also a corresponding re-absorption of water into the blood. This re-absorption takes place in the

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Question 10

If the bark and phloem tissue of a woody shoot are peeled off by ringing, the whole plant will eventually die because

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Question 11

The filament of spirogyra were put into equal volumes of sugar solutions X and Y. After 5 minutes, filaments from solution X had their cells contents rounded up while those from Y were unaffected. The experiment shows that

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Question 12

which part of the human brain is concerned with reflexes controlling the rate of heart beat and breathing?

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Question 13

Which of the following hormones is produced during fright or when agitated?

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Question 14

The following are connected with the movement of a reflex action (1) Central nervous (2) Muscles (3) Skin (4) Sensory nerve (5) Motor nerve. Which of the following sequences indicates a correct path?

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Question 15

Biconcave lenses are used in the correction of an eye defect called?

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Question 16

The center which controls respiratory activities in the mammalian brain is the

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Question 17

A student trying to find out the order in which organisms appear on a cleared plot is studying one of the following

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Question 18

An organism X lives entirely on the waste products in another organism Y. In this association X is a

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Question 19

The tips of some rice seedlings were cut off while some were left intact. Both were covered with a container which had only one small hole to allow light through. After twenty-four hours it was observed that

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Question 20

If three 30 cm lengths of glass tubes are tightly packed with clay, sand and loamy soils respectively and then stood in a beaker of water for one week, the level of water will be

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