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Chapter 2

Cell as a Basic Unit of Life

Paper 1
Each question is followed by four options. Choose the best answer for each question.
1

Who was the scientist that first observed cells under a microscope?
A Hans Lippershey
B Robert Hooke
C Thomas Edison
D Charles Darwin

Which structure is present in both plant and animal cells?


I Nucleus
II Cytoplasm
III Cell wall
IV Cell membrane
A I and III only
B II and IV only
C I, II and IV only
D I, II, III and IV

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M
N
O
P

Cover onion with a glass cover


Peel a layer of onion
Absorb excess iodine with filter paper
Add a drop of iodine solution

M, N, O and P above are steps that are required to prepare a slide of onion cells.
Which is the correct sequence of steps?
A N, P, O, M
B N, M, P, O
C N, P, M, O
D M, N, P, O
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Which cell structure and function is correctly matched?


Cell structure
Cell function
A Nucleus
Stores food
B Vacuole
Captures light energy
C Cell membrane Allows substances to pass into and out of the cell
D Cell wall
Transports water into the cell

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Which step is correct when using a light microscope?


A Always use the coarse adjustor before the fine adjustor knobs
B Fresh specimens must remain wet on a slide
C Adjust the mirror to allow the minimum amount of light to enter
D Carry the microscope by the eyepiece lens

Which is a unicellular organism?


I Hydra
II Euglena
III Yeast
IV Spirogyra
A I and III only
B II and III only
C I, II and IV only
D I, II, III and IV

Which organism below is most similar to the organism shown in the figure above?
A Moss
B Fungus
C Bacterium
D Paramecium
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Which cells transports messages to all parts of the body?


I Red blood cells
II Nerve cells
III Muscle cells
IV Brain cells
A II only
B II and III only
C I, II and IV only
D I, II, III and IV

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X A group of similar cells working together to carry out a specific function


Y Different types of tissues working together to carry out a specific function
The information above describes two types of cells X and Y. Which of the following
represents X and Y?
X
Y
A Sperm cells
Testis
B Nerve cells
Nervous system
C Cardiac muscle
Heart
D Stomach cells
Small intestine

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Cell M N O Human
What do M, N and O represent in the above?
M
N
A
Muscle
Stomach
B
Heart
Blood
C
Intestine Lining Small intestine
D
Eye
Brain

O
Intestine system
Blood circulatory system
Digestive system
Nervous system

11 Which is a part of the human endocrine system?


I Pituitary
II Thyroid
III Pancreas
IV Stomach
A I and III only
B II and IV only
C I, II and III only
D I, II, III and IV
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Supports the body


Protects the organs
Enables movement

Which human body system has the functions as described above?


A The blood circulatory system
B The nervous system
C The muscular system
D The skeletal system

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13 Cell specialisation enables a person to do several things at the same time. Which of
these actions may be carried out efficiently by a hockey player, at the same time?
I Using his eyes to detect the ball
II Using his brain to decide if he can successfully tackle the player who has the
ball
III Using his legs to run towards the ball
IV Using his arms to position his stick to hit the ball
A I and III only
B II and IV only
C I, II and III only
D I, II, III and IV
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Which specialised human body system helps you to quickly remove your hand from
a knife, after accidentally cutting yourself?
A The skeletal system
B The lymphatic system
C The nervous system
D The excretory system

15 What is an advantage of cell specialisation?


I Several actions can be carried out at the same time
II The organism functions more efficiently
III There is division of labour amongst cells
IV Cells do not become overworked
A I and III only
B II and IV only
C I, II and III only
D I, II, III and IV

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Paper 2
Answer all the questions.
Section A
1

The figure above shows a plant cell.


(a) Label the following parts on the figure above:
cell wall

cell membrane

vacuole

nucleus

cytoplasm

(b) What is the function of the following?


(i) cell wall
(ii) cell membrane
(iii) nucleus
(c) Give three properties of a plant cell to show how it differs from an animal cell.
Section B
2 The following figures show some human body cells.

(a) Name these cells:


(i) L
(ii) M
(iii) N
(iv) O

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(b) What is the similarity between M and O?


(c) Give two differences between M and O.
(d) What type of tissue do L cell forms?
(e) Name the organ formed from the answer in 2(d).
(f) (i) Name the system formed from the answer in 2(e).
(ii) What is the function of this system?
(g) Why are human beings considered as complex organisms?

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