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Science Module Form 1- Chapter 2

Name : EXERCISE 1 Section A 1. All living things are made up of basic units cell A. Cells B. Organs C. Tissues D. Systems 2. Which of the following parts of a microscope controls the amount of light that reaches the specimen? A. The mirror B. The diaphragm C. The coarse focus knob D. The stage W Place two drops of iodine solution on the epidermis X Cover the epidermis with a cover slip Y Use a pair of forceps to remove a piece of epidermal layer from an onion scale leaf. Z Place the epidermis on a glass slide. 3. The above information shows the steps to be taken to prepare a slide of onion epidermal cells. Which of the following shows the correct sequence of steps? A. W, X, Y, Z B. Y, X, Z, W C. Y, Z, W, X D. Y, W, X, Z

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4. Which of the following is not a correct way of handling and using a microscope? A. Carrying a microscope with two hands. B. Turning the coarse focus knob slowly to avoid crushing the slide. C. Keeping the stage of the microscope clean and dry all the time. D. Looking at the slide with the high power objective lens before using the low power objective lens. 5. An animal cell does not have a fixed shape because it does not have a A. Cell wall B. Chloroplast C. Nucleus D. Cell membrane 6. The cell wall of a plant cell is made up of A. Chitin B. Fat C. Cellulose D. Starch 7. Which of the following cell structures controls all activities of a cell? A. Nucleus B. Cytoplasm C. Cell membrane D. Cell wall

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8. Which of the following cell structures carries out photosynthesis in a leaf cell? A. Nucleus B. Cell wall C. Cytoplasm D. Chloroplast 9. Which of the following is found in both a human skin and an onion cell? A. Nucleus

B. Cell wall C. Vacuole D. Chloroplast 10. Which of the following structures is not found in animal cells? A. Nucleus B. Cell wall C. Cytoplasm D. Chloroplast

Section B 1. Label the diagram of microscope shown below with the words given to help you. Mirror Objective lens Fine focus knob Eyepiece Coarse focus knob Diaphragm

2. State the function of each part of a microscope listed below.

Science Module Form 1- Chapter 2

2. (a) Diagram 1 shows a plant cell

A F B E

D C Label the following with either A, B, C, D, E and F. Cell wall Cell membrane Vacuole Nucleus Chloroplast Cytoplasm (b) Diagram 2 shows a animal cell

Label the animal cell with this structures. Cell membrane Cytoplasm Nucleus

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Science Module Form 1- Chapter 2

Name : EXERCISE 2 Section A 1. Which of the following is a correct technique in using a microscope? A. Closing one eye when looking through the eyepiece. B. Cleaning the objective lenses with distilled water after use. C. Adjusting the coarse focus knob, then the fine focus knob in order to get a sharp image. D. Using the high power objective lens to look at the slide before using the low power objective lens. 2. Which of the following statements about an animal cell is correct? A. Contain one or more large vacuoles B. Has a cell wall C. Has chloroplasts D. Does not have a definite shape 3. Protoplasm refers to A. The cytoplasm, nucleus and the cell membrane B. The cytoplasm and the cell membrane C. The cytoplasm and the nucleus D. The nucleus and the cell membrane 4. Diagram 1 shows the structure of an animal cell.

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X Y Z

Which of the following represents X, Y and Z? X A Cytoplasm B Cell C D


membrane Cell membrane Nucleus

Y
Cell membrane Nucleus Cytoplasm Cytoplasm

Z
Nucleus Cytoplasm Nucleus Cell membrane

5. Which of the following is incorrectly paired? A. Nucleus Controls all activities of the cell B. Chloroplast Makes food C. Cell wall Gives the cell a definite shape D. Vacuole Supplies water to the cell 6. Which of the following parts of a plant cell is responsible for making food? A. Vacuole B. Chloroplast C. Nucleus D. Cell wall

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7. Which of the following paired incorrectly?


A B C D Plant Cell Has a large vacuole Has a cell wall Does not have chloroplasts Has a fixed shape

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Animal Cell Does not have a vacuole Does not have a cell wall Has chloroplasts Does not have a fixed shape

8. Which part contains cell sap? A. A B. B C. C D. D 9. What is part E? A. Cell wall B. Nucleus C. Vacuole D. Chloroplast 10. Which of the following cannot be found in an animal cell? A. A and F B. D and E C. B and F D. A and C

Question 8- 10 are based on the diagram below.

A F B E

D C

Section B 1. Label the diagram of microscope shown below with the words given to help you. Mirror Objective lens Coarse focus knob Fine focus knob Eyepiece

2. Complete the concept map below to show the similarities and the differences between an animal cell and a plant cell. Similarities Animal cell (a) (b) (c) Plant cell

Differences (d) (f) (h) (j) Shape Cell wall Chloroplasts Vacuoles (e) (g) (i) (k)

3. State the function for the following structures? Structure Nucleus Cell wall Cell membrane Vacuole Chloroplasts Cytoplasm 4. Diagram 1 shows two types of cells. Function

Cell W

Cell X

a. Name the type of cell for each cell shown above. i. Cell W : ii. Cell X : b. Which of the cells can carry out the photosynthesis? c. Give one reason for your answer in 1 (b) d. Cell W has no definite shape. Give one reason for this. e. State the function of structures K and L. i. K : ii. L : 5. The diagram shows a cell of a green leaf under the microscope and is drawn by a student.

1. What is not shown in the diagram. 2. Explain the function of this part to the plant. 3. Mark the nucleus with an X. 4. What is the part marked P?

5. Name and label the vacuole. l

Name : EXERCISE 3 Section A 1. Diagram 1 structure. shows a cell

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4. Diagram 2 shows structure of a cell.

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Which of the following structures controls the flow of substances in and out of the cell? A. Cell membrane B. Cell wall C. Cytoplasm D. Nucleus 2. The information below shows the function of a cell structure. Control all the activities in the cell Which of the following cell structures has the above function? A. Chloroplasts B. Nucleus C. Vacuole D. Cytoplasm 3. What is the similarity between the cheek cell and the onion cell? A. They have vacuole. B. They have chloroplasts C. They have cell wall. D. They have cytoplasm.

Diagram 2 Which of the following organisms does not have this type of cell? I Mushroom II Cockroach III Hydra A. I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. I, II and III 5. Diagram 3 shows a plant cell.

Diagram 3 What is the function of X? A. To store food in the form of a solution B. To control the activities of the cell C. To control the movement of liquid in the cell D. To absorb sunlight during photosynthesis

6. Which of the following is a unicellular organism? 10. Which of the following is not a microorganism? A. Yeast B. Euglena C. Earthworm D. Paramecium 7. Which of the following groups consists of only multicellullar organisms? A. Hydra, Amoeba, hibiscus plant B. Spirogyra, balsam plant, mosquito C. Paramecium, cat, rambutan tree D. Orchid plant, Euglena, Yeast 8. Which of the following statements is true about multicellular organisms? A. All plants are multicellular organisms. B. All animals are multicellular organisms. C. Paddy is a multicellular organism. D. All multicellular organisms live on land. 9. Which of the following is not a unicellular organism? 11. which of the following is a multicelular organism? A. Yeast B. Amoeba C. Euglena D. Spirogyra

Amoeba Euglena Paramecium Chlamydomonas

12. The above information is a list of four organisms. These organisms are A. multicellular organisms B. unicellular organisms C. multicellular microorganisms D. photosynthetic microorganisms 13. Which of the following organisms are multicellular organisms? I Mucor II Hydra III Yeast A. I, II and III B. I and II only C. II and III only D. I only

Section B 1. Diagram 1 shows cell M and N.

Diagram 1 (a) State the name of cell M and N. (i) Cell M : (ii) Cell N : Structure Q controls the movement of substances in and out of the cell.

(b) Label structure Q on cell M and cell N. (c) Complete Table 1 by naming and stating the function of structure R and S. Structure R S Name of structure Function of structure

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Cell Tissue P System Organism

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1. The above information shows the different levels of cellular organization in a living thing. Which of the following is an example of P? A. Lungs B. Eardrum C. Blood plasma D. Blot platelets 2. Living things made up of only one cell are called A. Organisms B. Small organisms C. Unicellular organisms D. Multicellular organisms 3. Which of the following is a unicellular organism? A. Spirogyra B. Hydra C. Bacteria D. Human 4. Which of the following organs make up the respiratory system? A. Stomach, intestine, liver and pancreas B. Kidney, liver and urinary bladder C. Heart and blood vessels D. Nose, trachea and lungs.

5. A group of organs that performs one function is known as a A. system B. organ C. tissue D. cell 6. Which of the following is an example of a group of cells that protect our body from injury? A. Epithelium B. Blood C. Muscle D. Endocrine organ 7. Diagram 1 shows a flow chart.
Cell P Organism Q R

A B C D

P Tissue Organ Tissue System

Q Organ Tissue System Organ

R System System Organ Tissue

8. Which of the following human systems is responsible for transporting oxygen and digested food? A. Digestive system B. Respiratory system

C. Circulatory system D. Nervous system

9. The human example of A. a cell B. a tissue C. an organ D. a system

heart

is

an

performing the same functions? A. Epithelium B. Digestive system C. Reproductive system D. Respiratory system 12. Which of the following are human excretory system? A. Kidneys, lungs and skin B. Nose C. Sweat glands D. Mouth 13. An example of an organ in humans is the A. Nerve B. Kidney C. Muscle D. Digestive 14. A group of cells that performs the same function is known as A. An. Organ B. A system C. A tissue D. A nucleus

10. Diagram 2 shows a human system.

Diagram 2 What is the system shown in Diagram 2? A. Reproductive system B. Excerotory system C. Nervous system D. Digestive system 11. Which of the following represents a group of cells

15. Which of the following systems is directly connected to the brain? A. Skeletal B. Respiratory C. Circulatory D. Nervous

Section B 1. Label the following diagrams of animal and plant cells. Cell wall Nucleus Cytoplasm Cell membrane Chloroplast Vacuole

2. Fill in the blanks with suitable words. Cell membrane Nucleus Paramecium basic unit cells Amoeba chlorophyll photosynthesis

(a) A cell is a of life. (b) All living things consist of . (c) The controls all activities in a cell. (d) The covers the whole living cells. (e) Chloroplast has which absorb light during . (f) Vacuole is found in low level animals like and . 3. Name the cell structures according to the given functions. Function (a) Controls the movement of substances in and out of the cell. Cell structure

(b) Place where chemical processes occur (c) Control all activities in the cell (d) Contains chlorophyll which absorb sunlight. (e) Protects and give the shape for the cell. 4. Classify the given organisms into suitable groups. Amoeba Hydra Moss Pleurococcus Euglena Tiger Fish Chlamydomonas Yeast Spirogyra Bacteria Mould

Organism

Unicellular

Multicellular

5. Mark (T) for the correct statements and (F) for wrong statements about types of cells and their functions. (a) Red blood cells carry oxygen. (b) Skin cells help to absorb water. (c) Muscle cells help body movement. (d) White blood cells protect the body from bacterial attack. (e) Platelets transport food. (f) Nerve cells bring impulses.

6. Match the correct term for each of the following cell organizations. Tissue Cell System Organ Organism

i. Basic unit for all living things. ii. A group of cells of the same type carrying out the same function. iii. One or more organs working together to carry out specific functions. iv. Consisting of two or more types of tissue working together. v. Consisting of all systems working together. 7. Classify the following organs into systems listed below. Heart Bone Blood vessels Uterus Kidneys Brain Skin Nose Joint Cartilage Urinary bladder Lungs Spinal cord Testis Mouth Trachea Nerve fibre Stomach Ovary Intestine

System 2.
Respiratory

types of organisms Reproductive Digestive Nervous . iagram 2 shows different

Excretory

Skeletal

Blood circulatory

Diagram 2 (a) Name the organisms shown above. P: Q: R: S: (b) What is meant by (i) Unicellular organisms : (ii) Multicellular organisms : (c) Classify the organisms according to their groups. (i) Unicellular organisms : (ii) Multicellular organisms :