2001 - JAMB Biology Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1
An association between the root nodule of a leguminous plant and rhizobium sp, is known as
A
commmensalism
B
mycorrhiza
C
parastism
D
symbiosis
CORRECT OPTION: d
2
Amphibian are normally found
A
on dry land and water
B
in water and on moist land
C
on moist land
D
in water
CORRECT OPTION: b
3
Viviparity occurs mainly in the
A
mammals
B
reptiles
C
aves
D
amphibians
CORRECT OPTION: a
4
The jointed structure in insects that bears organs which are sensitive to touch, smell and vibration is the
A
maxilla
B
labium
C
antenna
D
abdomen
CORRECT OPTION: c
5
Which of following groups is the most advanced?
A
Pteridophytes
B
Bryophytes
C
Thallophytes
D
Gymnosperm
CORRECT OPTION: d
6
Most monocots are easily recognized by their
A
short leaves with petioles
B
long and sword-like leaves
C
long and palm like leaves
D
short with veinlets
CORRECT OPTION: b
7
Water fleas, wood lice and barnacles belong to the group
A
arachnida
B
crustacea
C
insecta
D
chilopoda
CORRECT OPTION: b
8
The mode of feeding in Amoeba and Hydra is
A
heterotrophic
B
holophytic
C
autotrophic
D
symbiotic
CORRECT OPTION: a
9
Which of the following organisms does not exist as a single free living cell?
A
Paramecium
B
Volvox
C
Amoeba
D
Chlamydomonas
CORRECT OPTION: b
10
The center for learning and memory in the human brain is the
A
medulla oblongata
B
cerebellum
C
cerebrum
D
olfactory lobe
CORRECT OPTION: c
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