2002 - JAMB Biology Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1
When oil is poured into the breeding site of mosquitoes, it
A
deprives the larvae of water
B
kills the adults
C
suffocates the pupae
D
slows doen egg development
CORRECT OPTION: c
2
The structure found only in the plant cells are
A
cell membrane and cytoplasm
B
chromatin and nucleolus
C
cell wall and chloroplast
D
cell membrane and lysosome
CORRECT OPTION: c
3
A flower that has both stamens and pistils is said to be
A
staminate
B
pistillate
C
perfect
D
imperfect
CORRECT OPTION: c
4
In the diagram, the hawk is
A
an omnivore
B
a primary consumer
C
a tertiary onsumer
D
a scavenger
CORRECT OPTION: c
5
Example of competitors are
A
lizard and mouse
B
snake and lizard
C
grasshopper and mouse
D
rabbit and snake
CORRECT OPTION: b
6
one of the adaptation of life on trees by a monkey is its possession of digits which are
A
extensible
B
big
C
opposable
D
long
CORRECT OPTION: c
7
The community of plants in which the same species occur from year to year is the
A
annual species
B
pioneer vegetation
C
perennial species
D
climax vegetation
CORRECT OPTION: d
8
The most common means of transmiting the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is
A
from mother to child
B
through blood transfusion
C
through sexual intercourse
D
through the sharing of needles
CORRECT OPTION: c
9
Plants tend to prevent overcrowding by means of efficient
A
water uptake
B
seed germination
C
pollination
D
seed dispersal
CORRECT OPTION: d
10
The physical and climatic factors of a region primarily determine the
A
kinds of animal inhabiting the area
B
types of plants found in the area
C
nature of the soil in that region
D
community of organisms in the region
CORRECT OPTION: d
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