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WAEC Biology Essay Sample Questions
In this section, there are three other sections under it with the first section being for all the candidates and the other two being for specific countries.
1.Explain briefly sexual reproduction in Rhizopus
b. A student suddenly stepped on a big snake, he cried for help and ran away
i. Name the hormone produced in the body for the reaction
ii. In which part of the human body is the hormone named in 1(a)(i) produced
iii. State five changes that must take place as a result of the hormone named in 1(a)(i)
c(i) In a tabular form, state the three differences between excretion in flowering plants and excretion in humans
(ii)List two organelles found in plant cells that are responsible for the excretion of metabolic wastes
2.Explain how the leaf of a flowering plant is adapted for photosynthesis.
b.Describe briefly the mode of feeding in tapeworms
c. Name one mineral element each needed for the proper functioning of:
ii. red blood cells
iii. thyroid gland
d(i) State three benefits of including roughage in the diet of humans
ii. State three reasons why proteins are important to humans
WAEC Biology Objectives Questions
1.Which of the following organisms is not a protozoan?
2.The structure of the cell membrane is a?
a. double layer and a double protein layer
b.middle bi-layer of protein with a lipid layer on either surface
c.middle bi-layer of lipid with a protein layer on either surface
d. Protein layer with two inner lipid layers
3.Which of the following cells is a specialized cell?
c. Guard cell
d. Meristematic cell
4.The following organisms have structures for movement except
5.Which of the following statements about the protoplasm of a cell is not correct? It
a.Is gelatinous mass
b.Consists of cytoplasm and nucleus
c. Is the liquid part of the nucleus
d. Contains cellular organelles
6.When a spirogyra filament is placed in a concentrated salt solution for 30 minutes, the cell would become?
7.Blood pressure is higher in the arteries as a result of
b. concentration and relaxation
c. blockage in the arteries
d. presence of valves
8.A farmer who wants to keep seeds for three years before planting and wants to prevent them from sprouting uses
9.A person had an accident that affected the skull but not the nose and later lost the sense of smell. The accident must have affected the
a. nose by extension
b. olfactory lobes of the brain
c. passage from the nose to the brain
d. part of the skull near the nose
10.Ability of the human eye to focus images accurately on the retina is called?
11.Which of the following characteristic features is not associated with monocotyledonous plants?
a. Well-differentiated sepals and petals
b. Presence of fibrous root system
c. Presence of narrow leaves
d. Floral parts are in multiples of three
12.The main difference between a seed and a fruit is that a fruit
a. is large while a seed is small
b. has two scars while a seed has one
c. is pigmented while a seed is not
d. can be dispersed by an animal while a seed cannot
13.The capillarity of a soil refers to?
a. the particle size of soil
b. how easily water passes through the soil
c. how well water rises up in the soil
d. the proportion of water a soil holds
14.An Organism at the start of a food chain that provides the total input of energy into an ecosystem is the?
15. Which of the following components make up an ecosystem?
a.Decomposers, animals, and non-living factors
b. Living and non-living factors
c. Plants and non-living factors
d. plants, decomposers, and non-living factors
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