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Biology Past Questions v5 For JAMB/WAEC/NECO Students

These Biology past questions are for students who are sitting for the following examinations:


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


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#1. Which of the following is NOT true of wind-pollinated flowers? Options

#2. The bone labelled X in the figure above is the Options

#3. The joint at Y in the figure above is Options

#4. What is the part marked X in the figure above called? Options

#5. The correct figured sequence for the following labeled parts (stigma, ovary wall, embryo sac, integument and micropyle) is Options

#6. Which of the structure becomes the seed coat after fertilization? Options

#7. What would happen if solution Y is more concentrated than solution X in the figure above? Options

#8. The thoracic vertebrae of a mammal is characterized by the Options

#9. Soil is said to be fertile if Options

#10. A plant which has a horizontal underground stem is Options

#11. The hepatic portal vein is unique because it Options

#12. The functional unit of a mammalian kidney is the Options

#13. The correct route for a piece of bread eaten by a mammal is Options

#14. In which of the following plants is swollen shoot disease common? Options

#15. One common feature of the fungi, algae, mosses and ferns is that they Options

#16. The deficiency of vitamin D leads to Options

#17. Which of these substance is likely to be deficient in the diet of a person having goitre? Options

#18. Growing yam tendrils climb for support. This growth response is Options

#19. Which of the following statements is NOT true of menstruation? Options

#20. The tissue which connects a muscle to a bone is a Options

#21. A fruit formed from a single flower having several free carpels is Options

#22. If the anthers of a flower mature before the stigma, the condition is termed Options

#23. An instrument used in measuring the speed of wind is Options

#24. Which of the following statement is NOT true of symbiosis? Options

#25. A person whose blood can be donated to all other people, must have the blood group Options

#26. If Benedict's solution gives a positive result in a food test, the food contains Options

#27. A surprising fact about sickle cell disease is that it Options

#28. Nitrification means Options

#29. The two types of human tapeworm can be distinguished by the presence or absence of Options

#30. All the following are digestive enzymes except Options

#31. In a bakery, yeast is added to flour to make bread rise. This is possible because yeast produces Options

#32. Accommodation of the human eye is best described as the Options

#33. Normally any character shown by an organism is due to the effects of Options

#34. Spirogyra reproduces vegetatively by Options

#35. Which of the following instruments is used to demonstrate the response of roots and shoots to gravity? Options

#36. Milk protein is hydrolyzed by Options

#37. The rate of transpiration of a leafy shoot would be highest under Options

#38. What is name of the respiratory organ of the crab? Options

#39. Which of the following insects has an incomplete metamorphosis during its life circle? Options

#40. The mushroom is an organism which feeds Options

#41. What is the function of the contractile vacuole in paramecium? Options

#42. Choose the sequence which represents the correct order of organisms in a food chain. Options

#43. Which of the following is NOT a function of the liver? Options

#44. Which of the following animals is cold blooded Options

#45. What is the genetic ratio of a cross between homozygous tall plant and a homozygous dwarf plant? Options

#46. Where is the food stored in yam plant? Options

#47. The kind of teeth used for tearing food materials is the Options

#48. Which of the following is NOT true of wind-pollinated flowers? Options


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