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SMK SEREMBAN 2 NAME : _________________________________________ FORM : ___________________ UJIAN INTRA 1 SCIENCE FORM 2 YEAR 2011 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES SECTION

A ( 30 MARKS) Answer all questions.

1. Which of the following sense organs and their stimuli are correctly paired ? Sense organ A Ear B Tongue C D Eye Skin Stimulus Sound Chemicals Heat Pressure

3. Which of the following shows the correct path taken by nerve impulses as they travel to the brain? A. B. C. D. Stimulus, receptor, nerve, brain Receptor, stimulus, nerve, brain Response, nerve, receptor, brain Stimulus, receptor, response, brain

4. Figure 1 shows a tongue. Which of the following types of food is best detected by the areas of the tongue labelled S, T and U in Figure 1 ?

2. You are given two test tubes containing vinegar and water. Which of these senses can help to identify the tube containing vinegar? A. B. C. D. The sense of sight The sense of touch The sense of hearing The sense of smell

Figure 1

S I II III Lime Papaya Pizza A. B. C. D.

T Potato chips Potato chips Rambutan

U Honey Lemon Banana

I only II only III only II and III only Diagram 1


Which of the following represents X, Y and Z ?

5. Which of the following stimuli cannot be detected by the skin ? A. B. C. D. Pain Heat Pressure Chemicals

A B C D

6. Figure 2 shows the human tongue.

X Vitreous humour Aqueous humour Aqueous humour Eyes lens

Y Eyes lens Vitreous humour Eyes lens Aqueous humour

Z Aqueous humour Eyes lens Vitreous humour Vitreous humour

8. Which of the following stimuli cannot be detected by skin ? Figure 2 If the taste buds of a person at the areas labelled U were damaged, which of the following food cannot be fully enjoyed by the person ? A. B. C. D. Ice cream Salted nuts Orange Bitter gourd A. Touch B. Pain C. Light D. Pressure 9. Which of the following sensory organs can detect chemical substances? A. Eye and nose B. Nose and tongue 7. Diagram 1 shows a flow chart for the path of light rays from an object entering the eye.
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C. Tongue and skin D. Nose and ear

10. Which of the following statements is correct ?

Suspenso C ry ligament D Choroid

Pupil Cornea Retina Iris Pupil Vitreous humour

I. II. III.

The fingertips are very sensitive to touch. Food must dissolve in saliva before it can be tasted. Smell receptors are found on the base of the nasal cavity.

12. Diagram 2 shows the path of sound waves in the mechanism of hearing.

A. I, II, III B. I, II only C. II, III only D. I only Diagram 2 11. Table 1 shows the part of the eye and their functios. Part of the eye P Q R S Function Controls the size of the pupil Maintains the shape of the eyeball Holds the lens in position Prevents the reflection of light in the eye P Auditory canal Auditory canal Oval window Eustachian tube Q Cochlea Ossicles Auditory canal Cochlea R Ossicles Cochlea Eustachian tube Semicircular canals

A B C D

13. A student looks at an insect using magnifying glass. Which of the following characteristics of the image are formed on the retina of the students eye? A. Virtual, inverted, smaller

Which of the following parts represents P, Q, R and S ? P A B Iris Iris Q Vitreous humour Vitreous humour R Cornea Suspenso ry ligament S Retina Choroid

B. Virtual, upright, smaller C. Real, inverted, smaller D. Real, upright, enlarged

14. We are advised not to dig our ears with sharp and hard objects to prevent from damaging the A. Ossicles B. Cochlea C. Eardrum D. Semicircular canal 15. Which of the following eye defect is caused by the irregular curvature of the cornea ? A. Short-sightedness B. Astigmatism C. Long-sightedness D. Night blindness

Why does the straw appear to be bend in the water ? A. B. C. D. Light is refracted Light is reflected Light is dispersed Water is refracted

18. Which of the following diagrams shows the reflection of light from the surface of a mirror ?

16. Which part of the ear and its function is correctly matched ? Part A B C D Ear pinna Ossicles Auditory canal Oval window Function Directs sound waves to the cochlea Magnify the sound vibration Sends nerve impulses to the brain Helps the body to maintain balance

19. Figure 4 shows two defects of vision. Which type of lens can be used to correct them ?

Figure 4 17. Figure 3 shows a straw appear in a glass of water. A B C D P Concave Concave Convex Convex Q Concave Convex Convex Concave

Figure 3
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20. What happens when an image falls on the blind spot of the eye ?

A. A small inverted image is formed B. A large upright image is formed C. A blurred image is formed D. No image will be formed

B. Able to estimate distance more accurately C. Able to see magnified images D. Able to see distant objects more clearly

23. Figure 6 shows a light ray travels from medium P to medium Q. 21. Which statement is not true about sound and hearing ?

A. Sounds are produced by vibrations. B. A person cannot hear clearly if his eardrum is perforated. C. The direction from which a sound wave comes can be changed by refraction. D. Bats can detect sound of a much higher frequency than humans. Figure 6

Which of the following pairs best represents medium P and medium Q?

22. Figure 5 shows a deer. Medium P A. Glass B. Air C. Air D. Vacuum Figure 5 24. The inner wall of a hall is usually covered with soft materials. What is the purpose of doing this ? Medium Q Air Glass Plastic Ethanol

What is the advantage of having the deers type of vision ?

A. A wider scope of vision


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A. To make the music more melodious B. To increase the pitch of the sound C. To absorb and prevent the reflection of sound D. To reflect the sound so that the sound can be heard

27. Which of the following is associated with the given information ? Can see three-dimensional objects Estimate position and distance of objects more accurately Scope of vision is narrow

25. Which of the following is one of the uses of reflection of sound ?

A. B. C. D.

Monocular vision Stereoscopic vision Optical illusion Long-sightedness

A. Reflection of the sound by the wall of the hall so that louder sound can be heard B. To estimate the depth of seas C. To make the music more melodious D. To transmit radio waves

28. Figure 7 shows a plant responding to touch. Why is it doing so ?

26. Which of the following defects of vision is due to the eye lens being too thin or the eyeball being too short ?

Figure 7 29. Which part of a plant shows positive geotropism ? A. Petal B. Shoot C. Stem D. Root

A. Astigmatism B. Colour-blindness C. Short-sightedness D. Long-sightness

Shoots grow towards the stimulus Enable the plant to obtain sunlight

D. Hydrotropism 30. The information above shows a type of response of a plant to a stimulus. Which of the following is the response ? A. Phototropism B. Geotropism C. Thigmotropism I. II. III. A. B. C. D. To obtain support To obtain more sunlight To obtain water I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II and III

SECTION B ( 20 MARKS) Answer all questions. 1. Figure 8 shows a cross section of the human skin

Figure 8 (a) Label the receptors X, Y and Z using the following words. Pressure receptor Touch receptor
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Pain receptor

[3 marks] (b) Based on the information below, label and name P and Q in Figure 8.. P a layer consisting of blood capillaries, sweat glands and nerve endings Q a very thin layer made up of dead cells [2 marks] (c) State two functions that affect the sensitivity of the skin. 1.____________________________________________________________________ 2.____________________________________________________________________ [2 marks]

2. Figure 9 shows the structure of the human eye.

Figure 9 (a) Name the parts labelled P and R. _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ [2 marks] (b) What is the function of the part labelled Q ?
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_____________________________________________________________________ [1 mark] (c) In Figure 9, which part of the eye is the yellow spot ? _____________________________________________________________________ [ 1 mark] (d) Name two types of vision defect. _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ [2 marks] (e) Name one device invented to overcome the limitations of sight. _____________________________________________________________________ [1mark]

3. Some seeds which have been soaked overnight, were placed in a beaker containing some wet sawdust as shown in Figure 10. The beaker is then placed inside a box which has a small window at its side.

Figure 10 (a) What is the aim of this experiment? _____________________________________________________________________ [1 mark] (b) Describe how the plants in Figure 10 respond to light? _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________
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[2 marks] (c) Why is this response to light important to the plant _____________________________________________________________________ [1 mark] (d) What can you conclude from this experiment? _____________________________________________________________________ [1 mark] (e) State the tropism for this experiment. _____________________________________________________________________ [1 mark]

Prepared by : ______________________ (Siti Nur Dalila bt Ab Hadi) Science Teacher Checked by : _____________________ (Pn. Esah bt Manap) Head of Science and Mathematics Department

Checked by : ______________________ (Pn. Nurul Niza bt Sidik ) Ketua Panitia Sains Verified by : ______________________ (Pn. Hjh Nurul Azmi bt Zaini) GPK 1 SMK Seremban 2

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