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Biology Past Questions v3 For JAMB/WAEC/NECO Students

Biology Past Questions v3 For JAMB/WAEC/NECO Students; These Biology questions are for students who are sitting for the following examinations:


  • JAMB
  • Post-UTME / Post-JAMB
  • WAEC
  • NECO


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#1. The arrangements below are steps in protein digestion. Which is the correct sequence? A. polypetides B.protein C. amino-acids D.peptones

#2. In the figure above the cell which controls the opening and closing of stomatal pore is

#3. The figure above is a section of a drupe. The part numbered 2 is

#4. One significant difference between roots and stem is that

#5. Which of these is not true? grass in the above food chain

#6. Insect show consideration powers of water conservation. This is due to the fact that

#7. Root hair have their origin from

#8. The element nitrogen is utilized in Options

#9. Magnesium is utilized in the formation of Options

#10. The maize grain is regarded as a fruit and not a seed because Options

#11. Identical twins are produced under one of the following conditions Options

#12. The one-seeded fuit in which the pericarp and the seed coat have become fused together is known as Options

#13. The major function of contractile vacuole in amoeba is Options

#14. Grasses grasshopper lizard snakes hawks. In the food chain, the organism which are the least in number are Options

#15. One of the following statement is not true of viruses Options

#16. If you cross breed a tall variety (Tt) of maize with a short variety (tt), the ratio of tall to short plants in the offspring will be Options

#17. The digestive enzyme that coagulates proteins in milk is Options

#18. The hepatic portal vein is characterized by Options

#19. The blood vessel which carries digested food from the small intestine to the liver is the Options

#20. The farmer cannot check soil erosion effectively by Options

#21. A gland in the human body secretes two hormones, one of which causes a disease called diabetes when there is a deficiency. Which of these organ produce the hormone? Options

#22. In which of the following tissue do the cells have the ability to divide? Options

#23. Which one of the following is not an excretory product? Options

#24. Bacteria inhabiting legume root nodules and which add atmospheric nitrogen to the soil are referred to as Options

#25. A sugar solution was boiled with fehling’s solution A and B and the colour remained blue. The sugar tested was Options

#26. Alkaline pyrogallol was used in an experiment. That experiment must have been connected with Options

#27. The plumule is best described as? Options

#28. The dry indehiscent, winged fruit formed from one one carpel is known as Options

#29. Which of these is not a type of soil? Options

#30. When the ciliary muscles of the eye contract, the eye lens Options

#31. which of these diseases cannot be controlled by killing the vector? Options

#32. In which of these association is much harm done to one of the partners? Options

#33. The part of the mammalian brain responsible for maintaining balance is Options

#34. Which of the following statements is not true of paramecium? Options

#35. Which one of the following option is not true for mucor of Rhizophus? it Options

#36. Which of these is not an enzyme? Options

#37. The region of cell division in a root is Options

#38. Which of these statement below is not a characteristic of wind pollinated flower? Options

#39. Which of the following is not an excretory organ? Options

#40. The movement of molecules from a region of higher concentration to one of lower concentration is Options

#41. The complex relationship between the members of a community and between the community as a whole and its physical environment is Options

#42. A secchi disc is used in the determination of Options

#43. The carrier of the hereditary character in plants and animal is the Options

#44. Amoeba moves by means of Options

#45. Which of these tissue serves the function of support and water conduction Options

#46. Which of these is the terminal portion of the alimentary canal of a mammal? Options

#47. An organism which lives on the remain of dead plant is Options

#48. Which of the substance listed below is a trace element of plants? Options

#49. All living organism Options


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