Friday, February 12, 2016

Official Likely/Possible JAMB Biology Questions And Answers Part Two [2]

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Good Evening All students of especially JAMBITES.
This year we are totally focused with the JAMBITES, Why? because we wish to get them fully prepared and also to get acquainted with all JAMB CBT questions.

We are not new in this field as we started this last 4 years which we have thousands testimony from students, last week we have been moving around with the CROWNING FAVOUR ACADEMY [JAMB Experts] collecting the possible/likely questions for this year CBT exam inorder to prepare students.

If you can remember we have posted up to 9 subjects questions for serious JAMBITES to study and solve on their own.

Todays questions now is now on BIOLOGY PART 2 as we all know that almost 100% of students will writeBIOLOGY PART 2in JAMB This year.

Meanwhile if you missed our previous subjects questions, click the link that leads to your subjects to get the questions.
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1. In bryophytes, sex organs are produced in the
A. Sporophyte b. gametophyte c.rhizoid d. protonema
2. an example of an organ of perennation in plants is
a. seed b. petal of a flower c. calyx of flower d. rhizome
3. a pollutant that is mostly associated with acid rain is
a. ozone b. flourine c. carbon(IV)oxide d. nitrogen(IV)oxide
4. the use of moist skin for respiration in amphibians is known as
a. cutaneous respiration b. buccal respiration c. pulmonary respiration d. cellular respiration
5. adaptive radiation is illustrated in
a. dentition in mammals b. wings in birds and bats c. appendages in insects d. modified insect mouthparts
6. The causative agent of poliomyelitis is
a. fungus b. protozoan c. bacterium d. virus
7. which of the following is true of small pox?
a. it can effectively be controlled by vaccination b. it can effectively he controlled with antibiotics c. it is a water-borne infection d. it is transmitted by bacteria
8. which of the following group of organisms feeds directly on green plants?
a. producers b. secondary consumers c. decomposers d. primary consumers
9. The major limiting factor of productivity in the aquatic habitat is
a. water b. temperature c. sunlight d. food
10. Alternation of generation is a feature shown in
a. grasses b. fungi c. conifers d. mosses
11. The stomata of leaves are similar in function to the
a. spiracle of insects b. scales of fish c. trachea of toads d. pharynx of humans
12. An individual with blood group AB can receive blood from those in blood group(s)
a. AB only b. A, AB and O only c. A and B only d. A, B, AB and O.
13. Which of the following organisms is multicellular?
a. spirogyra b. amoeba c. euglena d. chlamydomonas
14. water in plants is removed as water vapour through the process of a. Osmosis b. evaporation c. transpiration d. diffusion
15. The part of the brain responsible for peristalsis is the
a. medulla oblongata b. hypothalamus c. thalamus d. olfactory lobe
16. what subject is this?
a. biology b. physics c. chemistry d. mathematics
17. an example of an organ of perennation in plants is
a. petal of a flower b. seed c. rhizome d. calyx of flower
18. The influence of soil on organisms in a habitat is referred to as
a. biotic b. topographic c. physiographic d. edaphic
19. which of the following is a nitrogen-fixing blue-green algae of soil?
a. clostridium b. anabaena c. nitrosomonas d. rhizobium
20. a severe and long dry season is a characteristic feature of
a. sudan savanna b. guinea savanna c. mangrove swamps d. sahal savanna.
21. The stomata of leaves are similar in function to the
a. spiracle of insects b. trachea of toads c. scales of fish d. pharynx of humans.
22. seed plants are the most dominant vegetation on land because of
a. efficient seed dispersal b. availability of water c. their ability to photosynthesize d. their motile gametes
23. Alternation of generation is a feature shown in
a. grasses b. conifers c. fungi d. mosses
24. The stream-lined shape of fishes is an adaptation for
a. obtaining food b. defence and attack c. easy movement d. securing mates
25. Which of the following is an aboreal organism?
a. antelope b. bird c. fish d. elephant
26. A characteristic feature of tropical rainforest is that it
a. contains fewer number of plant species b. has total annual rainfall of less than 50cm c. contains large number of plant species d. contains trees with narrow leaves
27. The use of moist skin for respiration in amphibians is known as
a. buccal respiration b. pulmonary respiration c. cutaneous respiration d. cellular respiration
28. The cerebellum of the brain controls
a. emotional expressions b. the endocrine system c. muscular activity d. reflex actions
29. A constituent of the exhaust fumes from electricity generating sets which causes serious air pollution is
a. ozone b. carbon(IV) oxide c. water vapour d. carbon(II)oxide
30. Which of the following instruments is used for measuring atmospheric pressure?
a. barometer b. thermometer c. hygrometer d. hydrometer
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