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Biology Past Questions v8 For JAMB/WAEC/NECO Students

Biology Past Questions v8 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 labelled parts will develop into a new maize plant?

#2. The structure labelled 1 is the

#3. The main function of the structure labelled 2 is to

#4. In community, bacteria and fungi are referred to as

#5. The swollen shoot disease of cocoa tree is caused by a Options

#6. A larger percentage of tropical soils tends to be acidic because they

#7. The following are methods of soil conservation EXCEPT

#8. Sample of different soil types are packed in glass tubes whose lower ends are plugged with cotton wool, if these tubes are suspended in a trough of water, water will rise highest after a few hours in

#9. An instrument that can be used to demonstrate phototropism and geotropism in plants is the

#10. In an ecosystem, animals which feed directly on plants are called

#11. In an agricultural ecosystem, the biotic component consists of

#12. Which of these disease CANNOT be prevented by immunization?

#13. Which of the following ecological factors are common to both terrestrial and aquatic habitats?

#14. Nastic movement is

#15. Gestation in mammals is the period

#16. If a woman who is a carrier of sickle cell trait (AS) married a man who is a sickler (SS) and they had four children, how many of them would be normal?

#17. The hormones which regulates the amount of glucose in the blood is called

#18. The equation that can be used to summarize the process of anaerobic breakdown of sugar is

#19. If a person is bitten by a snake on the leg, it is advisable for him to

#20. Deamination occurs in the

#21. In the mammalian skin, melanin and keratin are contained in the

#22. Two main distinguishing features of the cervical vertebra are the presence of

#23. Blood circulation in a mammalian is said to be double because

#24. Which is the correct order of water loss from the leaf? 1 Mesophyll 2 Veins 3 Substomatals cavity 4 Stomata

#25. The aperture between the left auricle and the left ventricle is guarded by the

#26. A major limitation in the use of the potometer for measuring the rate of transpiration is that

#27. Which of the following statement is NOT correct with respect to inhalation in mammals?

#28. The severe deficiency of vitamin C leads to

#29. In addition to the high calories derived from fats and oils, they are

#30. The extract from food substance reacting with sodium hydroxide and copper sulphate solutions will produce violet to purple coloration if

#31. The three important organs that are situated close to the stomach are

#32. Evidence that a tooth is a living part of the mammalian can be found within the

#33. The stem differs from the root in having the xylem and phloem strands

#34. Oxygen liberated during photosynthesis has been demonstrated to come from

#35. Which of these is a trace element?

#36. The main organic substances found in the human body are

#37. Which of the following elements is essential for the formation of haemoglobin?

#38. Incomplete metamorphosis occurs in the

#39. Fishes are cold blooded because their body temperature is

#40. When the original king and queen of termites die, they are replaced by

#41. The male cockroach differs from the female by having

#42. The fins making up the limbs of the bony fish are

#43. Which of these animals is radially symmetrical?

#44. Which of the following has cones?

#45. For effective functioning of a bird's quill feather, hooks fit on the ridge of the

#46. Which of the following is NOT true of spirogyra?

#47. Which of the following lacks chaetae, tentacles and antennae?

#48. Viruses are regarded as non-living because they

#49. Which of the following pairs are fully adapted to terrestrial life?


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