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Socorro National High school

Socorro, Surigao del Norte

2nd Quarter Final Examination


Science - Grade 7

Name: Score:
Grade/Section: Date:
1. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the letter of the best answer. Write your answer on the box provided.
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3. 1. The lowest level of organization is the _______.
a. tissue b. organ c. cell d. organism
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2. The green color of leaves is due to the presence of the _______ pigment.
5. a. carotene b. chlorophyll c. anthocyanin d. xanthophyll
6. 3. Which of the following cell organelles is found in the plant cell but not in the animal cell?
7. a. mitochondrion b. chloroplast c. endoplasmic reticulum d. ribosomes
8. 4. Ribosomes are found attached on the _______.
a. Rough ER b. Smooth ER c. mitochondrion d. golgi apparatus
9. 5. A _____ contains most of the cells genetic material
10. a. Membrane b. Nucleus c. Nuclear d. Nucleolus
11. 6. A part of a cell that is involved in the manufacture of protein.
12. a. Ribosomes b. Cell wall c. Mitochondrion d. Vacuole
7. Which of the following is not present in an animal cell?
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a. Vacuole b. Cell Wall c. Lysosomes d. Golgi Body
14. 8. What is the name of the jelly-like substance that is inside the cell?
15. a. Cytoplasm b. Ectoplasm c. Cytokinesis d. Cell wall
16. 9. What cell feature is responsible for powering the cell?
17. a. Endoplasmic reticulum b. Golgi apparatus c. Mitochondria d. Ribosome
10. What cell feature is responsible for storing water?
18. a. Mitochondria b. Lysosome c. Vacuole d. centriole
19. 11. The flat bottom support of the microscope is the _______________.
20. a. Stage b. Base c. eyepiece d. arm
21. 12. The object that is viewed under the microscope is known as a ______.
a. cross-section b. coverslip c. specimen d. slide
22. 13. A device that produces a magnified image of objects too small to be seen with the naked eye.
23. a. Microscope b. Telescope c. Ocular lens d. Objective lens
24. 14. Parts of the microscope that helps you look through to see the image of the specimen.
25. a. Stage b. eyepiece c. objective lens d. slide
15. The hollow cylinder that supports the eyepiece is the ____________.
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a. body tube b. diaphragm c. nosepiece d. arm
27. 16. The flat platform on which the slide is placed is the _____________.
28. a. Eyepiece b. diaphragm c. stage d. stage clips
29. 17. The pair of long, flat mechanisms that hold the slide in place _______.
30. a. stage clips b. diaphragm c. objective lenses d. stage
18. A part of a microscope that helps to change the amount of light passing upward through the microscope specimen.
31. a. stage clip b. diaphragm c. nosepiece d. base
32. 19. Turning the coarse adjustment knob moves the ________ up and down.
33. a. Stage b. objective lenses c. eyepiece d. arm
34. 20. Microscopes are carried by holding the _________ and _________.
a. stage & base b. arm & stage c. arm & base d. arm only
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21. Which one of the following is NOT a characteristic of a living thing?
36. a. Excretion b. Movement c. Growth d. Communication
37. 22. Another word for living things is:
38. a. Cell b. organ c. organism d. organelle
39. 23. If observed under a microscope it will be noticed that
a. Both living and non-living things are made up of cells c. Only living things are made up of cells
40. b. Only non-living things are made up of cells d. none of the above
41. 24. Which of the following include organisms all of only one species?
42. a. Kingdom b. Community c. Ecosystem d. Population
43. 25. What would be an example of an organism in the Plantae kingdom?
a. Mushrooms b. Lizards c. Amoeba d. Trees
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26. Which of these isnt one of the kingdom names?
45. a. Virusia b. Animalia c. Protista d. Fungi
46. 27. Algae is included in what type of kingdom?
47. a. Monera b. Protista c. Plantae d. Animalia
48. 28. This kingdom contains living structures such as amoeba, paramecium and protozoan.
a. Protest kingdom b. Fungi kingdom c. Monera kingdom d. Plant kingdom
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29. Mushrooms, molds and yeasts are found in this kingdom.
a. Plant kingdom b. Monera kingdom c. Fungi kingdom d. Protest kingdom
30. Bacteria and blue-green algae are found in this kingdom.
a. Protist kingdom b. Monera kingdom c. Fungi kingdom d. Plant kingdom
31. Sexual Reproduction can be grouped into -----distinct stages.
a. two b. three c. four c. five
32. In natural vegetative propagation, which of the following structures are most likely to give rise to new individuals:
a. Stems b. roots c. buds d. leaves
33. Hydra reproduces asexually by
a. budding b.binary fission c. Multiple fssion c. Vegetative propagation
34. How many parents are required for asexual reproduction?
a. One b. four c. two c. six
35. Which of the following g is a disadvantage for sexual reproduction?
a. The offspring are genetically different.
b. The genetic diversity makes organisms respond differently to environmental changes.
c. Offspring can be produced more quickly than by asexual means.
d. A lot of time and energy is required for making gametes and finding mates.
36. This type of asexual reproduction in which the division of the parent body into two or more daughter individuals identical to the
parent.
a. Vegetative reproduction b. Fission c. Budding d. Regeneration
37. Is a kind of asexual reproduction where a new individual, known as the offspring, is produced from a single parent.
a. Regeneration b. Budding c. Vegetative reproduction d. Fission
38. Is a form of asexual reproduction in which a new organism develops from an outgrowth or bud due to cell division at one particular
site.
a. Fission b. Vegetative reproduction c. Regeneration d. Budding
39. What process creates gametes for sexual reproduction?
a. Meiosis b. mitosis c. crossing over d. independent assortment
40. In sexual reproduction of lowering plants, the first event involved in this is ___________
a. Fertilization b. Germination c. Regeneration d. Pollination
41. A population is
a. A group of communitities. b. A group of biomes. c. A groups of individuals. d. None of the above
42. When populations share their environment and interact with populations of other species, it is called a
a. Biome b. ecoprovince c. community d. species
43. Tapeworms live inside organisms and feed on the nutrients of the food they eat. A tapeworm is an example of ...
a. mutualism b. parasitism c. commensalism d. cannibalism
44. An association between two individuals or populations where both are benefitted and where neither can survive without the other is
a. Competition b. commensalism c. mutualism d. parasitism
45. When a hungry cheetah eats a zebra, the zebra is the cheetahs .
a. Predator b. mutant c. parasite d. prey
46. The relationship between people and mosquitos is an example of which kind of symbiosis?
a. Mutualism b. host c. parasitism d. commensalism
47. What is the original source of energy for all organisms in an energy pyramid?
a. Carbon dioxide b. Sunlight c. Soil d. Water
48. The first or lowest level organism in most food webs is a(n) _____________.
a. Carnivore b. decomposer c. herbivore c. producer
49. All plants are .
a. Producers b. decomposers c. consumers d. Both b and c
50. Food chains and food webs are models in science which visually show us the different relationships within an ecosystem. The
primary difference between the food chain and the food web is ...
a. a food chain shows how energy is stored
b. a food web shows how energy is used
c. a food web is a complex system of food chains
d. a food chain is a combination of different food webs.

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